Up coming Events:

Weekly Lenten Supper and Service, 6:15 - 7:15 p.m. prayer, contemplation, and quiet, Tuesdays, March 11 through April 8.  (r.s.v.p. for free supper if you can: 251-968-7720).

Holy Week
Maundy Thursday, April 17 Evening Tenebrae (darkness) candlelight service 6:00 p.m.
Good Friday, April 18 12:00 Noon Ecumenical Service “Seven Last Words of Jesus from the Cross” presented by the ministers of the Pleasure Island Ministerial Association.
EasterSunrise Service 6:30 a.m. at the beach pavilion in Gulf Shores

On Sundays:
8:30 a.m.  Ancient/Modern Contemporary Worship, Fellowship Hall
9:30 a.m.  Sunday School / Adult Christian Education
10:45 a.m.  Traditional Worship, Sanctuary

Thursdays 10:00: Bible Study: The Teachings of Jesus – a new look

Everyone is always welcome to join us (no exceptions).

We worship on Sundays at two different times, in two different styles   (we think substance is more important than style):

8:30 a.m. Contemporary Worship   An “ancient/modern” contemporary, come as you are service of prayers, new music, videos, communion, candles, and hearing from our core scripture texts.

10:45 a.m. Traditional Presbyterian-style Worship: hymns, choir, and traditional Reformed elements of worship.  The Lord’s Supper is served the first Sunday of the Month and on church “feast days” such as Easter.

 Our Location: 309 E. 21st Ave. Gulf Shores (this is our physical address: not for mail)

Child care is provided as needed.
Gluten-free bread is available at all celebrations of the Lord’s Supper

(251) 968-7720,
email: gsfpcuas@gulftel.com

We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA).  We realize that we are in a post-label world.  We welcome everyone (no exceptions), so whatever your church background (or no-church background) you are always “welcome at our table.”

Click here for the Calendar of Services and Main Events

Gulf Shores First Presbyterian Church is completely wheelchair accessible.  Hearing assistence devices are available for the Traditional Service – ask an usher.

One thought on “Welcome

  1. Meriel Mellor

    We love your (our) little church in Gulf Shores- we consider it our church. It is so interesting to attend a church where we learn something every week. Thank-you for the intelligence you bring each week. We have attended churches where real thought is considered heresy and treated with giggling by the members. We don’t go back after those services…

    We look forward to our view of the gulf, but almost as much, we look forward to our winter at your church.


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