Wednesdays: 6-8pm

at First Presbyterian Church

We, the congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Branson, join in covenant this day with our Lord Jesus Christ and with each other.

We covenant that to the best of our ability we will work to answer the prayer of Jesus found in John 17, in which He prayed that we become one.

We covenant to become and remain single-minded, focused on Him.

We covenant to speak positively about our brothers and sisters, speaking and acting in ways that honor and build them up, not entertaining any negative comments about them.

We covenant to take the initiative to resolve conflict directly.[i]

We covenant to honor God’s set authorities and seek unity in place of discord.

We covenant to practice servanthood; our goal is to serve, rather than be served.

We covenant to work together in unity to lift You up before all men, Lord Jesus, so that they would be drawn to You and receive eternal life.

[1] Matthew 5:23-24 and Matthew 18:15-17

our leadership team


Rob Sindorf

Administrative Assistant

​Meg Pyron


We are called to empower others to exercise their gifts.  -Let's encourage one another to experience the Father's Heart and build the church!

Our church covenant


Bob Abbott (Interim)

Our Mission is to share the love and inheritance of God with all who are in need of refuge and a place to thrive in God’s household.


We are called to engage people in the life of Christ. -Invite somebody you love to be your guest on Sunday morning.


Ron VanderLaan

a brief history


Cindy Haydon

1907 - The beginning of our journey, established as a congregation in the PCUS (Presbyterian Church of the United States), otherwise known as the Southern Presbyterian Church. 

1910 - After three years, construction of the Old Stone Church, the first church in Branson, is completed and community members begin to worship here at FPC.

1969 - The Pre-school is added to provide Christ-centered education for area children. 

1983 - Our denomination, PCUS, merges with the UPCUSA (United Presbyterian Church of the United States of America). This newly reunited denomination reclaimed the name PC(USA)-- the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America, and continue to operate under that name today.

1985 - Construction of our current building/education wing is completed. 

2016 - FPC Branson becomes a new denominational member of ECO: A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians.


Rev. Tom Willcox


We are called to equip people with Biblical Answers. -Bring your Bible with you, read it and encourage others to do it as well.