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An Inclusive Community For
ALL.

It is by God's grace that you have been saved through faith.

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Find Your Way Back
HOME.

Nestled within the heart of a close-knit community, First Presbyterian Church is proud to stand as a beacon of love and acceptance, opening its doors to all who seek solace, spiritual guidance, or simply a sense of belonging.

Sunday School & Children's Activities

9:30 a.m. 

Sunday Morning Worship

10:30 a.m. 

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CONNECT
With Us

Plan a visit or watch our livestream. We're happy to have you join us! 

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Our
LOCATION

 

We're located at 3814 130th St. 
With construction going on, you'll want to plan an alternate route. 

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Life At 
FPC 

 

Get active in the life of the church. Explore events at FPC and other resources.

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How To
SUPPORT

 

 FPC seeks to make a positive impact on the community it calls home. Help us make an impact by supporting our ministries. 

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Testimonials

"This church doesn't just exist within its walls. It actively engages with the community, reaching out to those in need and making a positive impact. It's inspiring to be part of such a compassionate community."

                           -Richard M. member since 2001

"The worship services are uplifting and inspiring. The music is beautiful and the messages are relevant, helping us grow spiritually and find meaning."

                       - Alyssa T. member since 2015

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Our Story

First Presbyterian Church of Lubbock was established in the downtown area of the city in 1903. Through dedication and strong leadership the church grew to a congregation of 1,200 members by the 1950's. A glimpse into the history of the church can be seen in the beautiful photographs located in the windowed corridor between the Sanctuary and Douglas Fellowship Hall. 

With the inspiration and leadership of, then, Pastor Bob Field, courageous elders, deacons and a dedicated congregation mad the decision to move to an area of growth and opportunity.  Like  Abraham, with faith, hope, and courage we moved to a new and promising place. 

Now with our place of worship completed, we are inspired and prepared to move on with our vision of mission not only locally but far beyond our borders. 

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