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Connect with our social media outlets. Subscribe to our weekly E-news, Sunday Preview emails. Check out our podcasts from our pastors. Read our monthly newsletter. Watch a previous sermon or join our live worship service online on Sundays at 10:30 am.


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Follow our Twitter feed or our Facebook page to get timely updates about church ministries and events. Our young adult ministry posts on Instagram. We're also on Pinterest. You can also use the buttons at the bottom of every page to share from the social media of your choice.


Video connections

YouTubeAlso, be sure to check out our YouTube channel, which includes previous sermons as well as ministry highlights. And, we live stream each Sunday's 10:30 am Sanctuary service.


Our current newsletter: February 2019

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Weekly e-mail updates

We send two e-mails weekly about the activities at FPC. Keep up with church ministries and events in our Monday E-News, and get a peek at Sunday with our Thursday morning Sunday Preview

To join our mailing list, please fill out and submit the form below.

Other e-mail updates

FPC's children's and youth ministries send e-mail updates. If you'd like to receive updates, please send your e-mail address to Sara Manchester, smanchester(at)fpcgreensboro.org.

Digital FPC

In this two-part series, learn how to use FPC’s technology tools to watch worship, make a gift, join our social media conversation, and more!

Bring your devices and follow along and receive instructions to use at home. Sponsored by Technology and Communications committees. Wednesday Fellowship Supper available at 5:30 pm; get dinner tickets by noon on the Monday prior.

  • Session 1 – Livestream, Secure Give, and emails on Oct. 24, 4 to 5:30 pm, Garden Room. RSVP by Oct. 16: receptionist(at)fpcgreensboro.org or 336-373-0445.
  • Session 2 – Social media, Amazon, and online devotionals on Nov. 14, 4-5:30 pm, Garden Room. RSVP by Nov. 6: receptionist(at)fpcgreensboro.org or 336-373-0445.




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Our FPC Plus database offers church members access to our online directory and list of groups.


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Run Rev Run

Subscribe to Rev. Neil Dunnavant's "Run Rev Run" podcast! Neil discusses topics such as spirituality, health, cuisine, movies, and anything else he finds interesting.

iTunes | Google Play

sermon podcastSunday sermons

We also post each Sunday's sermon to a podcast for easy access as you drive or exercise.

iTunes | Google Play


All of our books are available for sale at Amazon.com or in our Welcome Center, corner of North Elm and Fisher Park Circle.

Go and Do: Selected Sermons from Sid Batts

Sid Batts served as our senior pastor from 2001 to 2018. As he prepared for retirement in the summer of 2018, a group of church members read sermons from Sid's 18 years in the pulpit and chose 28 to include in this book. Sermon topics range from the history of the Reformed tradition, social and political changes, community involvement, and racism.

One Question by Sid Batts

Senior Pastor Sid Batts' fall 2013 sermons tackled some tough questions -- all submitted by church members who were seeking answers. The sermons are now compiled into our newest book, One Question.

Just 52 Thoughts by Sid Batts

Sid's Just a Thought messages have been compiled into an inspirational book with FPC member artists illustrating this weekly devotional. The book is for sale during office hours at the reception desk. The cost of the book ($20) benefits the Capital Campaign. Here is a preview.

Profiles in Courage by Neil Dunnavant

Perhaps the most courageous people are those who do amazing things in obscurity, without recognition.” Beginning with this premise, Neil Dunnavant, Executive Pastor at First Presbyterian Church, Greensboro, shares a sermon series on the nature of courage. Drawing inspiration from John F. Kennedy’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Neil shares the stories of Sir Ernest Shackleton, John Ross and Louis Zamperini to illustrate faith and perseverance as enduring acts of courage.

Signed copies of Neil’s new book, Profiles in Courage, are available at the reception desk Monday through Friday and in the library on Sunday mornings.

Running with the Psalms: Stories by Neil Dunnavant

Rev. Neil Dunnavant, executive pastor at First Presbyterian, Greensboro, offers this collection of sermon stories.

Elevation: Eight Blessings for the High Road by Sid Batts and Neil Dunnavant

First Presbyterian Church's senior pastor, Sid Batts, along with Neil Dunnavant, executive pastor, preached Elevation: Eight Blessings for the High Road, a sermon series exploring Jesus' Beatitudes, as part of our church's 2011 Lenten journey. The sermons are now available as a book.

Weather text alerts

If church events are postponed or canceled because of the weather, we can let you know via text message. Just text FPCGSO to 41411, then follow the directions to opt in. Standard carrier messaging rates apply.