Farragut Presbyterian Church was chartered in 1985, when Heritage Presbyterian Church and Church of the Covenant merged. These two churches served as a symbol of the merger of the Presbyterian Church of the U.S. and the United Presbyterian Church (USA).
Farragut Presbyterian Church, like the town of Farragut, is vibrant and growing. In 1988, a fellowship hall, kitchen and several classrooms were added to the original structure built in 1980. In 1998, construction was started on a very attractive new sanctuary building and badly needed additional parking. The new sanctuary was completed in March 1999.
Beginning in 2018, FPC renovated and updated the fellowship and education wings of the existing building. Our Fresh Look for a Welcome Church was a success and we are pleased with the results.
We are a diverse and welcoming community of believers, called by God to make disciples of Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit to acknowledge God’s gracious presence in the world. Our faithful response in praising God encompasses compassionate service to all, nurturing one another to grow in faith together and sending out disciples to share the Good News.