Greetings! 

Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of LaGrange, Texas. We are glad to introduce you to this lively community of faith in Central Texas. In six words, our ministry ethos is this: compassionate action, modeling faith, building community. We serve the local community through the AMEN Food Pantry, Second Chance Emporium, the LaGrange Area Ministerial Alliance, and a host of volunteer service.

We are a multi-generational congregation with a heart for worship and service, prayer and study, fellowship and care for others. Our children lead us each week as they gather and bless donations for the Food Pantry. We celebrate the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of each month; share table fellowship at the Second Sunday Lunch, and worship week to week seeking to “glorify God and to enjoy God forever.”

We seek to build community with family and friends and guests, with the community, with other congregations, and as we pursue an international partnership with a church from the Czech Republic.

To quote one of our members, we are people who have fun doing good things with and for others.

We hope that you will visit so that we may get to know you.

Blessings,
The Rev. Martha Langford, Pastor

 


 

 

Weekly Schedule 

Office Hours

  • Monday through Thursday —
    9:00am to 3:00pm

Sunday

  • Worship
    – 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Contact Us 

First Presbyterian Church

205 South Franklin Street
PO Box 368
La Grange, Texas 78945
Phone (979) 968.9424
Fax (979) 968.4076

Announcements
  • Recorded Church Service for August 1, 2021

    Text: John 6:24-35
    Sermon: Bread of Heaven 
    Preacher: Rev. Martha Langford

    Liturgist:  Cheryl Holt

    Choir Director:  Laura Gillette

    Pianist:  Jean McHenry

    Ushers:  W. O. Wood and Janie Conley

     

    PASTOR'S PREVIEW: As we read scripture, we find that many in the crowds follow Jesus because they have eaten their fill of bread on the hillside. They ask for a sign so they might believe in Jesus, preferably more bread—like the manna that Moses gave the people. Jesus points out that manna was sent by God and that he was sent by God—a new generation's manna. The question comes in how the people are to receive this gift. What does it look like when we share the grace of Jesus as "daily bread"?
  • Recorded Church Service for 7/25/2021

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    Text: John 6:1-21
    Sermon: No Sermon Title
    Preacher: Estela Sifuentes

    Liturgist:  Cheryl Holt

    Music Director:  Laura Gillette

    Pianist:  Jean McHenry

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