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We are a Christ-centered family, committed to serving God through worship, fellowship, and ministering to our community and the world.


Worship Schedule

Sunday Morning Worship: 10:00 am  

Sunday Class: 9am 

We welcome back Rev. Blake Hawthorne to our pulpit this Sunday, August 20th. Please join us for worship!




Do good, seek peace, and go after it! Psalm 34:14b was the memory verse for Hero Central, VBS 2017. We met daily Monday-Friday, June 26-30. Students experienced each featured word of the day – Wisdom, Power, Hope, Heart, and Courage –  through Bible stories, crafts, recreation, science and snacks.  They learned that the Bible has super heroes even though they do not wear capes!  The puppet Flame was a big hit and Ms Wendy generated a lot of energy!  We registered 73 students registered and on our high attendance day we hosted 60 children.




FPC's Summer Local Missions Projects

The Mission and Outreach Committee project benefiting two of our local charities continues into August.  We have two grocery carts in the Lower Lobby designated for for Gallatin Cares and HomeSafe.

Items needed for Gallatin Cares for the month of August are all cereals for adults and children, and various types of canned vegetables, especially corn.

Items needed for HomeSafe for the month of August are household cleaning products and cleaning supplies, including laundry detergents.

Please place your donated items in the appropriate grocery cart in the lower lobby.

Your support and participation will be appreciated and very helpful for the needy of Gallatin!

Thank you!

Mission and Outreach Committee



On Saturday, June 3rd, nine hardy representatives of First Presbyterian Church Gallatin completed the landscaping for their 5th annual Apostles Build with Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County.

The yard was cleaned. Trees and shrubs were planted. Flowers and ornamental grass were added with mulch. Meanwhile, the yard was raked and soil was added where needed to make the yard level. Fertilizer was spread and the lawn was seeded. Then the task was completed by spreading hay over the lawn area and watering the trees, shrubs, flowers and monkey grass.

Volunteering for Habitat is much more than work. Laughter and fun are major parts of the fellowship of those on the job site. This particular build was called an Apostles Build as several churches teamed together, along with the homeowner and family who contribute "sweat equity". Much like the NFL, each church represented "special teams", each being called on for specific parts of the process.

We were one of 12 churches in Sumner County contributing to the build. The home, located at 607 Rucker St., Gallatin, is being built for Lisa Harris, a grandmother raising her three grandsons.

Thanks to Bob Young for organizing the group and Anna 
Dismukes for 'supervising' the project!

The Dedication of the home is scheduled for Sunday, July 16th