The first religious service held in Belton, the county seat of the new county of Bell, was a “Presbyterian sermon” delivered by Rev. Levi Tenny, who “had charge” of the school in Salado. He organized a Presbyterian Church in Belton, Texas on October 21, 1860. Over the next 104 years the congregation met at several locations in Belton. In 1964, the structure at Church Street and Greenbriar was erected, and still serves as home to First Presbyterian Church of Belton, the oldest Presbyterian congregation in Bell County. The congregation is part of the Presbyterian Church (USA).
We welcome all visitors to our worship services and activities. If you would like to become a member of this congregation, please let the pastor or a member of the session know. We will then make arrangements for you to unite with us. You may do this by Profession of Faith, Reaffirmation of Faith, or Transfer of Church Membership from another Christian congregation.
First Presbyterian Church of Belton
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