We are glad that you are interested in what is going on at First Presbyterian Church and hopeful that you will find our ministry compelling enough to take an active role in our membership. If you have questions or want to learn more about our congregation, we encourage you to look around our website and contact us. We want to get to know you and look forward to having you get to know us. Welcome!
Click here to learn more about who we are.

Sundays Worship

9:30am Sunday School for all ages
10:45am Main Worship Service in the sanctuary

Sundays Worship

5:30pm Taize Service (first Fridays monthly Sept-May)
12:00pm Midday Prayer Service (Wednesday) 
Click here to learn more about our worship services.



Arrival and Parking

Our address is 900 Jordan Street, Shreveport. For driving directions, please click here for a MAP. For detailed floor plans, click here for: FLOOR GUIDE CARD, GROUND FLOOR MAP, MAIN FLOOR MAP, or  UPPER LEVEL MAP.
For detailed visitor information, click here


What does a Sunday at FPS look like? Most of us get nervous when we go somewhere new or different. We'd like to put your mind at ease before attending a worship service at First Presbyterian Church.
Click here for what to expect on a Sunday morning.
Click here to learn more about who we are.
First Presbyterian welcomes people of all ages and stages of life. Membership is open to all people who confess Jesus Christ as Lord. You can join the church in three ways:
  1. Profession of Faith and Baptism for people who have yet to be baptized.
  2. Reaffirmation of Faith – for people who are reconnecting to the faith and have already been baptized.
  3. Transfer of a Church Letter – for people who are active in another church and seeking a new church home.
When you are ready to join, you can fill out a membership card located in our pews or you may contact one of the pastors.

University of FPC

Our Mission for the
University of First Presbyterian

University provides short term courses for adults wanting an in-depth and balanced education on a variety of issues. Believing that “all conversations are theological” courses will be fresh, relevant and topical to the realities of our world today. Several sessions are held during the year. Courses include everything from book discussions, lectures from people in our community, cultural presentations, classes ranging from journal-keeping to watercolor painting, as well as courses in wellness. Courses will be taught by experts in the field of study and are open to the entire community.

If you would like to know more about University events, we highly suggest you add yourself to our mailing list. Contact Mitzie Kilpatrick, our coordinator for the University of First Presbyterian, via email HERE to receive postcards for our current courses. In your email, please send your full name and mailing address.

We also have a short, weekly e-newsletter highlighting upcoming events. Click HERE to register for the Monday e-Link which lists week-at-a-glance happenings at First Presbyterian.

As always, you can call the church office for detailed information about our current courses. For future events, check our calendar for University of FPC listings.



We have planned a trip to Scotland in 2017, the year of the 500th anniversary of the Scottish Reformation, when Martin Luther submitted his 95 Theses for reform of the Roman Catholic Church. The Discovering Scotland Tour will take place from May 30-June 7, 2017, a specially arranged travel pilgrimage for First Presbyterian Church-Shreveport with Rev. Dr. Chris Currie as our group leader.

To prepare for our travel pilgrimage, Chris Currie has put together a reading list that will be incorporated into book discussions over the course of the next year leading up to our departure. These books are listed below so you can a head start on your travel reading and preparation. 
J.D. Mackie, A Penguin History of Scotland
Arthur Herman, How the Scots Invented the Modern World
Alistair Moffat and Jim Wilson, The Scots: A Genetic Journey
Glenn S. Sunshine, The Reformation for Armchair Theologians

We see this trip as an opportunity to travel together, to learn, to grow spiritually, and to see and experience the ruggedness and beauty of Scotland, the mother country of many of our own Presbyterian roots and identity. You may link to a detailed brochure about the trip HERE. Registration for the trip is now closed.