First Presbyterian Church


900 Greensboro Ave.

This beautiful neo-Gothic church was built in 1921 by Tuscaloosa’s earliest Presbyterian congregation on the site of its original 1830 building. (The congregation had been formed in 1820). The church features a surprising variety of antique European craftwork throughout. Some of the unique items include a 15th century French pulpit, 15th century German and Flemish stained glass, and 16th Century Italian baptismal font.


Admission is free to the public










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