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121 Carver Ave. Brandon, FL 33511

Praising God, Making Disciples, Changing Lives


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8:30am Praise Service
9:45am Sunday School (all ages)
11am Traditional

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About First Presbyterian Church of Brandon

Looking for a place you can feel like you belong? Come to First Presbyterian Church of Brandon. You can expect a warm welcome. On Sundays you can choose between a Praise Service with live choir and instrumentalists at 8:30am or a more traditional worship experience at 11am. The congregation is led by Pastor Mike who shares relevant messages that are based on what the bible teaches. You can be a part of a church that truly cares about the local Brandon community, since church members regularly invest their time and money to help with Meals on Wheels, Family Promise of Brandon, Stephen Minsters, Metropolitan Ministries and more. There is something for everyone with programs for children, youth, and adults. So if you are looking for a church in Brandon you’ve found a great place with First Presbyterian Church of Brandon.



Upcoming Events


Broadway Showcase First Presbyterian Church October 19

Come see your friends at First Presbyterian Church of Brandon perform classic and modern Broadway hits in Broadway at Brandon!

Featuring Chancel Choir and Praise band members, the First Ringers Hand Bell Choir, and a live band.

Church Work Day Oct 26

CHURCH WORK DAY OCTOBER 26, 8am -11am – Purpose: Parking Lot and Grounds Clean Up (weeding, trimming, putting out pine bark) Please consider helping with this important project. Let’s make this a morning of fellowship as we work on a common goal together. What a great opportunity to serve our Lord! RSVP to Karen Weber 545-2079 or

Pumpkin Palooza (NEW TIME)

Bring the whole Family Sunday October 27 from 4-6pm to enjoy Pumpkin Palooza

You might be asking, what is the PUMPKIN PALOOZA? It is going to be a church-wide community event with more pumpkins than you can possibly imagine! There will be Trunk or Treat, Free Festival Games, Pumpkin Decorating and more

Trunk or Treat

Trunk or Treat We need “Trunks” and cars, with people who are willing to pass out candy to our Trunk or Treaters. You can decorate your trunk elaborately or vey simply, bring 3 bags of candy to hand out from 4:00 – 5:00 pm. Please sign up at the Pumpkin Palooza table in Mauldin Hall.

It’s the Great Pumpkin Palooza, FPCB! –

In order to make this a great family friendly event, we need you! Visit our Pumpkin Patch display in Mauldin Hall to pick a pumpkin, to volunteer, or make a donation for this event. Remember the Pumpkin Palooza is for all ages! Invite your friends. This is a safe way for kids to trick or treat, have fun, and enjoy the fall.


FAITH, FUN & FELLOWSHIP – Friday, November 1 in Mauldin from 1 – 4pm. Bring a deck of cards, your favorite game or just come! Invite a friend and join the fun! Bring a nonperishable food item for ECHO. (We collected 22 pounds of food in October!) For information contact: billandpatogden@verizon.net

Walk to End Alzheimer’s November 2, 2019

What is the Walk to End Alzheimer’s All About? The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is an all ages, all-abilities event. Sign-in opens at 7:30 am on November 2. The event is at Raymond James Stadium. Those who can’t participate in the walk can support an individual walker or the FPCB team with a donation. We

Kid’s Ninja Night

Kids Ninja Night Friday, November 22 – FPCB Ninja Night – This is a night (6:30 – 8:30 pm) to test your strength over many obstacles (for each age group). (RSVP by Wednesday, November 20) Free Parent’s Night Out Questions? or RSVP ? Text or call Karen Weber ( 813-545-2079) or Lynn Pabst (813-294-0459)

Advent Adventures Sunday December 1st 4-6pm

A tradition our church has to begin preparing for the Advent Season is to gather together on the 1st Sunday of Advent to make crafts for the Advent Season. All materials are provided for the low cost of $5 per person. Bring a finger food to share while you craft. This is an intergenerational event