First Presbyterian Church
Aliceville AL

35442





Who we are

First Presbyterian Church is a Presbyterian Church in Aliceville, Alabama.

We are a fellowship of believers, made in God's image and called as disciples of Christ to share the Good News with everyone through learning, listening, praying and working together actively to reach out to our communities.

We are a place to believe, belong, and become!



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First Presbyterian Church
324 Broad Street
Aliceville, AL 35442
United States
Phone: 205-373-2133
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Rev. Jason Housewright
Rev. Jason Housewright
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324 Broad Street
Aliceville, AL 35442
United States
Phone: 205-373-2133
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For Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth.

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First Presbyterian Church Service Times

Wednesday night prayer meeting @ 6:00 PM

Lord’s Day morning bible study @ 9:45 AM

Lord’s Day morning worship service @ 11:00 AM

Lord’s Day evening worship service @ 6:00 PM

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History of First Presbyterian Church, Aliceville AL

Presbyterians came to Franconia, Pickens County, in the summer of 1836, when Thomas Morrow, a licentiate of Tombeckbee Presbytery, began preaching in a small school house near Mayerhoof's store. Scotch-Irish Presbyterians from Kershaw, Union and Chester districts in South Carolina met with Mr Morrow on May 20, 1837 to organize a church. The church had 32 charter members, 30 whites and 2 slaves, most of whom came from the Beaver Creek Church near Camden, South Carolina. Five elders were elected: John Hughes, John Sommerville, Archibald Hood, John Turnipseed and Abraham Turnipseed. Public worship was conducted under a brush arbor until the could construct a suitable building. The church was built, a cemetery enclosed and a cemetery provided for the slaves. It was called Oak Groove Presbyterian Church in the Tuscaloosa Presbytery, Synod of Alabama. Mr. Morrow remained as Stated Supply until 1844, during which time 100 new members were added to the roles during examination. Rev. Theodoare Sayre served as Stated Supply for a year, followed by Rev. James Somerville as Stated Supply and paster until March 1849. Rev Fields Bradshaw was pastor from March 1851 to June 1859. Between June 1859 and March 1860, a new building was constructed because of increased membership.   Edit


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The power of Christian prayer Let no darkness overtake me
Visit, I beseech thee, O Lord, this habitation with thy mercy, and me with thy grace and salvation. Let thy holy angels pitch their tents round about and dwell here, that no illusion of the night may abuse me, the spirits of darkness may not come near to hurt me, no evil or sad accident oppress me; and let the eternal Spirit of the Father dwell in my soul and body, filling every corner of my heart with light and grace. Let no deed of darkness overtake me; and let thy blessing, most blessed God, be upon me for ever, through Christ our Lord. Amen.
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