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There is room at the table for everyone

Fort Thomas First Presbyterian Church is a place where
- we lean into curiosity and grace, not judgment
- we are rooted in the love of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Bible
- we are learning God's love and purpose for us
- we share that love and purpose with our neighbors in Fort Thomas, greater Cincinnati, and the world

We welcome all.

From forming small groups to making music, helping neighbors and experimenting with new ways to worship, gathering for meals or preparing them for others, we have dozens of opportunities for people to gather together in community weekly, encouraging one another to learn and grow in God's love. 

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How to visit us

Worship, Childcare, and Kids Experience: Sundays at 10 am
 220 South Fort Thomas Ave, Fort Thomas, KY 41075  

Phone: 859-441-8939

I'm new

Here's what to expect when you first visit FTFPC

First - where to park?
Parking on South  Fort  Thomas Ave and in off-street lot behind church
Next - where are the entrances?
Main entrance is on South Fort Thomas Ave.
Church office entrance is on Avenel St
Elevator/handicapped & nursery entrance is from the off-street lot
And then - what will my worship experience be like?

We're casual

We believe members should feel comfortable coming to FTFPC as they are - dress is casual, conversation is open, friendships are made easily.

We love music

You don't have to be a musician or a performer, but you'll hear great music when you visit. Music is varied, from hymns you may have sung as a child to piano and organ music that may surprise you, to a choir that you may just want to join!

We love to learn new things

We are learners, looking for new meaning in God's Word and asking the Holy Spirit to help us to follow Jesus in this often-confusing world. Questions are expected, and sharing our experiences is part of our journey together.

We are intergenerational

We are a variety of people who come together looking for Jesus. From pre-school to teens to parents, grandparents and older, we think of ourselves as Jesus's family regardless of background, race, identity, or age.