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Sunday Morning

  • Corporate worship is central the life of the church. At FPC we have two types of worship services on Sunday morning, Traditional and Contemporary. We also live stream each of our services online. Click “more” for information about each service. 


Children & Families



During 9am contemporary & 11am traditional worship services, children through 3rd grade will spend the first 15 minutes in worship and then will leave with our Children’s Director after the children’s sermon to attend junior church. Please remember to check your child in.

Nursery is available at all services. Please remember to check your child in. 

Sunday School 

During the 10am Community Hour we  have Sunday School time for children and youth Pre-K through 12th grade. Visit the Welcome Desk for directions and classrooms.

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Middle School

Sunday School

All 6th-8th grade students are invited to attend Sunday School during the 10am Community hour in the Rabbi Room!


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Middle School

High School

High School

Sunday School

9th-12th grade students are invited to attend Sunday School in the Catacombs during the 10am Community hour. 


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Young Adults

Young Adults

Sunday Mornings

Interested in joining a young adults community group on Sunday Mornings during our 10 o’clock Sunday school hour? Contact Jackson to get connected! 

Thursday Nights

The Thursday night young adults group meets at 6pm. Group members take turns hosting the meeting in their home. 

To join a young adults group, click “Contact Jackson for Info”

Adult Ministry


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“It is not good for one to be alone.”
The Christian Life is about connections and relationships; even our God is a relationship of Three Persons. ”

Get connected with a small group or Sunday School class during the 10am Community hour, or join us for a “Faith Matters” discussion in First Hall.



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Do you have a heart to serve and a desire to lead? We have an opening for a Saturday Soup Kitchen Captain! This team leader is responsible for organizing the volunteers one Saturday a month and overseeing the cooking, serving and clean-up of the meal. The FPC soup kitchen is just one example of how FPC seeks to be a Church for the City

If you are interested in learning more, please contact our Outreach Coordainator Craig Campbell.

Youth Soup Kitchen


The Church “The Kingdom grows each time beautiful worship is offered to God, each time a child learns the story of salvation from a Sunday school teacher, each time a small group welcomes a new member.”

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The City “The Kingdom grows each time we offer a meal or a drink to those who are hungry or thirsty, each time we visit those in prison, each time we care for the sick, each time we defend the defenseless.”


The World “The Kingdom grows as we defeat poverty and disease, as we make peace, as we welcome orphans into homes, as we release the captive and as we share the gospel with the lost.”


Military Families

Located in the heart of Norfolk, First Presbyterian Church of Norfolk considers it a rich privilege to provide a home-away-from-home for servicemembers and their families. Whether you’re here for one year or five, we hope you’ll feel at home in our family of faith as soon as you walk through the doors. We encourage servicemembers and their families to get plugged in to the wide variety of ministries our church has to offer, but we’re also proud to offer the FPC Military Ministry—a space where you can connect and grow with other military-affiliated folks.

On Sunday mornings, our Military Families Small Group meets at 10am to study God’s word, as well as to provide practical support and encouragement during deployments, TDYs, and more.

We also love sending mail to our deployed servicemembers. If you or your loved one is heading overseas, be sure to contact our pastoral staff so that we can send a small gift on behalf of our congregation.

For more information about the Military Ministry at FPC, contact Valena at

Support our FPC Military Members with Care Packages…Information Coming SOON!!

Prayer & Spiritual Growth

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“Every Christian is to become a little Christ.”— C.S. Lewis

Spiritual growth is the process of becoming more like Christ. There is one aspect of spiritual growth that is paradoxical:  We cannot make spiritual growth happen; yet it cannot happen without us. Spiritual growth is God’s gift to us as we pursue him.

We pursue God when we read and study the Bible, pray, fellowship, worship and serve others. Through the centuries these practices have been encouraged as a way to focus more fully on our relationship with the triune God.

Spiritual growth is not easy. Let’s journey together to become more like Christ.

At FPC we have a dynamic and active prayer ministry. To learn more contact our prayer team.

If you are in need of prayer, click the button below to email our pastors.