Service information





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.  

6pm Service (Flagler Chapel)

The 6pm evening services has a more modern church-feel in a more intimate setting.  The service is full of powerful music including unique arrangements of contemporary worship music,  


Traditional liturgy and prayers are offered on in the evening in new and creative ways.  A Scripture-based sermon is given each Sunday and Communion is offered at each service.


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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