Welcome to the First Cumberland Presyterian Church in Murfreesboro Thank you for taking the time to visit our webpage! It is a great joy to be part of the Murfreesboro community and to invite you to come and worship with us. We are an open and welcoming community with many opportunties for worship, service and study.

The history of the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Murfreesboro is rich. First Cumberland was organized in 1858 and served as a hospital during the Civil War. After the war the church, much like many churches, business, and individuals in the area, went through many years of poverty and reconstruction. The church has continually shown trust in God and overcome other decades of struggle. A major fire, World War I, the Great Depression and World War II were all obstacles that were overcome through faith and perseverance.

Through all those times, First Cumberland has continued to praise God and bring people the good news of the gospel. We look forward to many wonderful years of ministry in the future, and hope you will consider becoming a part of that ministry.

Worship is at 10:55am on Sunday mornings. We have a traditional worship service, with a mix of musical styles.

Please take time to browse our website to learn more about the various ministries of our church. Not only do we offer information about who we are, but we also want to share how we are "doing" ministry. As you learn about who we are, we trust that you will sense our excitement for doing God's work. If you need further information, please email us through the "Contact Us" link provided on the website or call the church office at (615) 893-6755.

Rev. Chris Warren

Pastor, First Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Murfreesboro, TN




 1 Chronicles 21:15 (NRS)
And God sent an angel to Jerusalem to destroy it; but when he was about to destroy it, the LORD took note and relented concerning the calamity; he said to the destroying angel, "Enough! Stay your hand." The angel of the LORD was then standing by the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite.
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