Some History:

Presbyterians in Beeville began meeting together informally as early as 1885. In 1890 to 1891 the Rev Henry Ruffner Laird was sent to officially organize a congregation in Beeville and this church was begun. With twenty six charter members, a sanctuary was built on the corner of Walton and North St Mary Streets in 1892 and much surrounding property was acquired by the church in succeeding years. In 1968 the congregation merged with the Ebenezer Presbyterian Church to form First Presbyterian Church of Beeville. Today First Presbyterian Church honors its multi-ethnic history and continues a tradition of meaningful worship and mission.

We contribute to the Beeville community through our participation in the local food and assistance center, The Vineyard.  Our members also participate in Habitat for Humanity, as well as a number of other community service projects.

Sunday Worship is at 11:00 am. Please join us!



Office Hours: 9:00 am- Noon, 1:00 pm-3:00 pm, Monday -Friday,

Our pastor's hours vary- please call for more information.

Our Staff:

Rev. Meagan Ludwig, Pastor

Pat Coffee, Organist

Louanne LeBourveau, Handbell Director and Clerk of Session





Above: FPC and the Snow of 2004. Taken by Jennifer Goodman.


908 N. Washington St.

Beeville, TX 78102