Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth! We are a caring and inclusive community of faith offering a place for everyone, whether in a worship service, church school class, bible study, fellowship group, or outreach team. We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA).
Are You a Visitor or New Member?
Next First Connections Class Begins September 10
The next session of this introduction to FPC ministries begins September 10 at 10 a.m. The six-week class will give you an opportunity to gain more information about First Presbyterian’s history, programs and mission opportunities as well as to meet others. The first class will have Karl Travis speaking about predestination and a light breakfast will be provided by the Evangelism Committee.
Below is more information about frequently asked questions. If you would like to know more, we invite you to email Martha Zaborowski, FPC's Discipleship Coordinator, or call her at 817-335-1231, ext. 252. Martha is especially great at helping folks become familiar with FPC and find their place among the community.
Where are you located?
FPC is located just west of downtown Fort Worth, at 1000 Penn Street, 76102, at the corner of Summit Avenue and Texas Street.
What does First Presbyterian believe?
Great question! We invite you to read Presbyterian Church (USA) What We Believe to learn more about the foundations of our faith. Still have questions? Feel free to call the church office and speak with a pastor at 817-335-1231.
When are your worship services and what are they like?
We offer morning services on Sundays at 8 a.m., 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Learn about these services, as well as other weekly and monthly offerings, here.
What should I wear?
FPC wants you to feel welcome to come and worship as you are. Most people come in "business casual" attire, but you'll also see three-piece suits or jeans and t-shirts.
Where do I park?
FPC provides ample parking in two lots, one in front of our main campus and one just to the north of Texas Street. Spots are marked and designated for handicap parking as well as parking for those 70 and older (directly in front of office building and Chapel), as well as designated visitor parking (directly across the street from the main Sanctuary entrance). Please watch for posted signage and park clear of crosswalks so that pedestrians and those mobility impaired can cross safely.
Where can I take my child?
FPC loves having children as part of the community of faith and has several Sunday morning options for them. Church school is offered for children in preschool through 5th grade from 10-10:45 a.m. A nursery is provided for young children, staffed by professional childcare workers and church volunteers, from 8:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. The nursery is located on the 2nd floor in the north wing of the campus (Rooms 201, 203, 205, 206).
Does the church offer Church School classes?
Yes. On Sundays, from 10-10:45 a.m., church school classes for all ages (birth-adults) provide an opportunity for Bible study, discussion, community building, and making new friends:
How do I get connected and learn more about the church?
FPC is a large community to navigate, however, through many small group opportunities, studies, fellowship events, and opportunities to serve together, it's easy to get connected. Learn about how you can become connected here. If you still have questions, feel free to contact one of our pastors.
How do I become a member of FPC?
We joyfully receive new members at the conclusion of the 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. worship services (not in front of the congregation). To discuss joining, simply contact our Discipleship Coordinator, Martha Zaborowski.
May I get married at FPC if I am not a member?
FPC does not ordinarily perform weddings for non-members. Please contact our Wedding Coordinator, Ann Biggs, for more information.
May my child be baptized at FPC?
Please contact FPC's Director of Children's Ministry and Outreach, Amy Parker, to learn more about the meaning and practice of baptism at FPC.