We invite you, whoever you are and whoever God is helping you to become, to join First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte in our journey of faith. God is love, and that love is for you. You belong as a child of God, and we welcome you. Come experience how that belonging might change you and our world as we seek to be for Christ in the heart of Charlotte.

Ready to Declare your 2024 Pledge?

Members and nonmembers, you can use our online form to make your pledge for 2024. Contact Jan Gaddis (jgaddis@firstpres-charlotte.org) if you have questions or need assistance.

Worship with us

Contemplative Worship

SUNDAYS AT 9-9:40 AM | Chapel 

The contemplative service is unique each week. It may incorporate elements of silence, reflective prayer, music, meditation, a sermon, and communion will be served each week.

Traditional Worship


Our traditional service lasts right around one hour each week and includes prayer, hymns, scripture reading, and a sermon. 

Sermon Archive

We provide the audio, video, bulletin, and transcript for most sermons. Watch (or rewatch!) a past service at any time that's convenient for you. 

200 W. Trade Street | Charlotte, NC 28202

Location + Parking

Free parking is available on Sunday mornings and during all church events at the corner of Trade and Poplar Streets. You can enter the lot from Poplar Street, directly across from the church.

Need special parking?

Parking for those with disabilities is also available on the driveway in front of our sanctuary. Access via the entrance on Church Street.

Upcoming Churchwide Events

Our Mission

Listen to FPC member and Elder, Sarah Shifflet, talk briefly about the process of developing our identity statements. Watch until the end to hear the full mission statement told by the congregation.

Learn about First Presbyterian

You can learn about what you'll experience each weekend when you arrive on campus.

Get to know us

Get to know the heart behind First Presbyterian and what we’re doing in our community.

Find deeper meaning

Through our weekend services, Sunday school classes, and serving teams, you’ll discover a deeper sense of life, faith, and community.