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** * SUNSET DEVOTIONS at McCabe's Beach, Southold will resume on Sundays July 10 through August 21 at 7:00 PM. Bring a comfortable beach chair, a Bible, a friend, and join this relaxed and free flowing conversation on one of Jesus' parables. DON'T dress up, stay for a swim, and/or the sunset. Rain cancels

** The Congregational Life Committee is seeking out interest from the General Congregation in a trip traveling to Germany next spring to visit some of the historic places where the reformation took place.
Click Here to read a letter by John Ross with more details.


** Click Here to view a reprint of a Suffolk Times article in which Jane Andrews gives an update on the Old Burying Ground Restoration Project

** View a video of our Sunday Worship Service Online. Click on the Worship Tab above to watch!

** Click on the Service Tab above to view the opportunities to volunteer your services to the church programs

** You can donate to the First Presbyterian Church of Southold by credit card or through your PayPal account. Just click on the Online Giving Tab above to find out more.

** Worship together every Sunday at 10 a.m.
** Grow your faith & sense of personal mission -- discipling partner/group resources now available


SINCE 1640…A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CHURCH  This church was founded in 1640 as the “First Church of Christ in Southold” under the leadership of the Rev. John Younges (Youngs) from Southwold, England. The exact location of the first “meeting house” is not known, but it was probably a short distance west of the present church, on the site marked by the Founder’s Monument. The second church was erected in 1684 and stood on the north side of Main Street nearly opposite the first. The present edifice was erected in 1803, on land bought in 1697 from John Herbert. Originally the building measured 40 feet by 60 feet, and had a seating capacity of four hundred. The steeple was added in 1808 and in 1855 an iron triangle, still in possession of the church, was removed and a bell hung in the steeple. The town clock was placed in the steeple in 1884. Other additional improvements have been made since then, but with every effort to preserve and enhance the simplicity of the colonial style architecture.