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11am Service Main Sanctuary

The 11am morning services has a more traditional church-feel in a more contemporary church-style.  The morning music is a blend of hymns, worship music, soloists, organ and drums,  Each week it is a different experience!


Traditional liturgy is read on Sunday mornings with call and responses and traditional prayers.  A Scripture-based sermon is given each Sunday.


The congregation is a diverse mix of ages, backgrounds, and languages.  The dress is comfortable.  

Our History

1896 - The Reverend Henry Keigwin reaches Ft. Dallas (now Miami) to find a congregation that was net yet incorperated and very small. He begins holding services in a rough board restaurant and organizes the church in April 1896. Services move to a tent and then moved again to a Pavilion which is shared with the Baptists and Methodists.


1898 - Henry M. Flagler, the pioneer builder and developer in Florida, takes a personal interest in the First Presbyterian Church's building site and finances the first church to be built on the corner of Flagler and 3rd Ave.


1900 - The First Presbyterian Chruch building is completed. The church is erected next to the Royal Palm Hotel and the FEC Railroad, which attracts many winter tourists and families.


1914-1925 - William Jennings Bryan teaches a large Sunday School class and is the sole missionary supporter for the Sarah Farris and the Edward Clark families.


1926 - A major hurricane destroys the steeple of the church and it is never replaced.


1947 - There is rapid growth in Miami and the church needs more space. The church decides to move properties from its downtown location to 609 Brickell Ave. This site provides a central location across from the river and next to large neighborhoods.


1949 - The new sanctuary is complete. Flagler Memorial Chapel is built as a replica of the origional church building complete with stained glass, pews, puplit, and fixtures.


1992 - Hurricane Andrew damages the cupola and parts of the sanctuary's interior. Renovations begin to repair the damage.

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