First Presbyterian Church • Monroe, NC

"Making Disciples Who Together Know, Love, and Serve Jesus Christ."

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Dear Members and Friends of First Presbyterian Church, Monroe,

Your Session Members and I are extremely appreciative of all your efforts to use the most health-conscious practices possible in all the church gatherings for worship, fellowship, and outreach we are observing.  We also have total respect for your decision to participate in worship and education from the safety of your home computers.  However, even with the most stringent adherence to health and public official recommendations, the COVID Virus is still spreading.  The recovery rate is increasing, for which we are most grateful.  But medical professionals, purely objective statisticians, and sister churches are advising REDUCING the numbers in family gatherings and/or worship services, or foregoing them altogether.      

I remember an interesting statement from various medical professionals:  “If you believe you are taking precautions beyond what is necessary, that is a good thing.”   It reminds me of Paul’s statement in Romans 12:9-10. “Let love be genuine; hate what is evil, hold fast to what is good; love one another with brotherly affection; outdo one another in showing honor.”  I believe we are being called to outdo one another in showing care, respect, and love for our brothers and sisters.

AT THIS TIME, The Session agrees to limit worship to the 12 speakers/musicians/leaders necessary to present the Service and to broadcast it via Livestream into your homes.  We will maintain the two Services: Contemporary at 10am and Traditional at 11am.  Watching from home is not the same as being present.  But you can sing more freely, pray just as fervently, and connect with the Holy Spirit just as fully regardless of your location.  Every place, every prayer, and every person is sacred in the eyes of God.  


Lynn Thompson Bryant


Join us each month as we read through a different book of the Bible.

Click here for February's schedule for the book of Mark.


We invite you to join us on Facebook Live every Sunday at 10am (Contemporary Worship) and/or 11am (Traditional Worship)

Please click here to view previous Sunday Worship Services. 



It’s time again for the annual Souper Bowl of Caring, which supports the Community Shelter of Union County’s ongoing mission to provide emergency shelter, food and rehousing for our neighbors in need. 


First Presbyterian has long been a major supporter of the Shelter. Doing so is a matter of our faith, but this year, it’s a matter of common sense. The safest place to be during this public health crisis is at home. The Shelter rehoused 104 households last year and provided a half million pounds of food in its regular drive-through food pantries. Your donations make an impact quickly and locally. 


Janet Tyson has agreed to let us dedicate a special donation site in her honor. It’s so easy to give, and please share the link below with friends and family to make this the best Souper Bowl yet. The campaign ends March 15. 


The campaign link is:



We're glad you came!

Service Times

Sunday Contemporary  Service: 9:00 AM

Sunday Traditional Service:

11:00 AM

Our Location

302 East Windsor St. 

Monroe, NC 28110

Ph. 704-289-2574

About Us

Our mission is to "Make Disciples Who Together Worship, Know, and Serve Jesus Christ.  Come Join Us! 

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you. Feel free to give us a shout and connect with us.


Working toward a better world.

In the Community and Beyond

FPC is dedicated to serving downtown Monroe and beyond with the love of Jesus Christ. 

Children's Ministry

Our Children's Ministry is all about having fun, learning about Jesus, and growing in faith and practice. 

Serving One Another

In life's ups and downs, we serve one another, helping to bear one another's burdens.  

Youth Ministry

Check out our Youth program. Our mission is to bring teens together to talk about Jesus.


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