303 W. Bridge St
Built in 1896, our historic sanctuary features the original church bell. Modern conveniences include central heat/AC, and a sound system.
There is a place for you. We welcome those whom God welcomes. We hope you will join us.
We will return to in-person worship on Sunday, March 21. Beginning this Sunday, March 28, we will return to our schedule of two services at 8:45 and 11:00. Having two services will enable us to more safely distance during worship. Masks will be required as we continue to care for ourselves and one another during this COVID time. Our 8:45 service will continue to be livestreamed on both Facebook and Youtube.
You may access the live stream via Facebook and YouTube directly. We will also send the link via email each Sunday morning. If you miss the livestream at 8:45, the service will be available via Facebook and YouTube anytime after.
To learn more about our congregation and what we’re up to this month, view our current newsletter.
First Presbyterian Church of Granbury follows its roots in the community back to the 1850s. The land that the current structure stands on was purchased in 1892 and the building was completed in 1896. Additional historic information can be found on our History Page.
Drew Travis is a fourth generation Presbyterian minister who sometimes wonders whether he just entered the family business or if there just might be something to this sense of call Presbyterians like to talk about.
Brenda's first career as a CPA spanned 30 years. Somewhere during that time, she felt God's call to ministry so she entered seminary, became ordained, and the rest is history. She was happy to exchange the field of finance with the field of faith, but she can still create a mean Excel spreadsheet!
Jane is a retired school teacher and a 14 year resident of granbury. She has been involved in church music since her teen years. She loves bringing worship and music together at First Presbyterian.
Emily has been playing handbells for over 20 years. She is in her fourth season as handbell director. She also runs our camera for video services and maintains our website and Facebook.
Hi! My name is Gail Deckert and I am excited to serve FPC of Granbury as your administrative assistant. I recently relocated to Cleburne after my husband, Dan, retired in December. We have one son and daughter-in-law who live in Fort Worth and we are thrilled to be close to them. I am looking forward to meeting each of you in the days ahead and hope to serve you for a very long time.