First Presbyterian Church joined the Evangelical Presbyterian denomination in February 2008.
Our mission is "To be disciples...to make disciples."
We are located at:
919 Shiloh Road Corinth, MS 38834 (Click here for an interactive map.)
Our phone number is:
Weekly Worship Services
Sunday Morning: 10:45am
Sunday School: 9:30am
Wednesdays at FPC: 3:15 children picked up from school for choir and KidsQuest.
Children's meal at 4:45 p.m.
Adult meal at 5:30 p.m.
The Way Adult Bible Study at 6 p.m.
Junior High at Youth House at 5:15 p.m.
Senior High at Youth House at 7 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church Staff
Currently seeking our next pastor
Retired December 31st 2016
Dr. Don Elliott
Gregg Parker - Youth Pastor
His first loves are his wife Deb to whom he has been married for over 25 years who has trusted him with her blessings in ministry throughout their marriage (and longer) and who is his confidant, earthly joy and first ministry... one daughter Kara along with her husband Jake and their grandbaby Hays, and sons Jordan and Joel. He has been involved with student ministry for 20 years and at First Presbyterian Church for 17 of those years. Youth House ministries heavily invests in relational ministry and gatherings tailored to meet the needs of students.
Brett and Kimberly Grantham - Directors of Children's Ministry, Senior Adult Ministry, and Media.
The Granthams began serving FPC as Directors of Children's Ministry and children's choir directors ten years ago. A few years later they felt the call to serve and minister to senior adults. Both have backgrounds in education. It is a great privilege and blessing to serve their God together. It is their sincere prayer that God will be glorified through these ministries.
Married over 25 years, their first ministry is their family which includes sons Brett, his wife Samantha and their grandbaby Tilly. Brett is a JAG attorney with the U.S. Army. Cullen, their youngest son, is a senior at Ole Miss. Brett also trains Labrador Retrievers for obedience, duck hunting and bomb detection. Kimberly enjoys reading, exercising and leading Bible studies for women.
Connie Doles – Church Secretary
Connie has been First Presbyterian's church secretary for over 33 years.
She considers serving the Lord and the people at First Presbyterian a ministry, not just a job.
Her greatest joys are her husband, Gary; son, Kaylon; and her Yorkie Poo, Harlee!
Her education includes graduation from Kossuth High School and Northeast Community College.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, playing the piano, and her hobbies - collecting dolls and angels.
Lisa Kramer - Church Secretary (pictured with her daughter, Bailee)
Lisa has been a member of First Presbyterian for nine years and has been in the church office since June, 2011 and a teacher in our Day School since 2007.
She and her late husband, Bill, and daughter, Bailee, moved to Corinth in 2007 and made FPC their church home that December. Originally from Oklahoma City, Lisa and her family have lived in many places including Munich, Germany, Owensboro, KY and Atlanta, GA before making Corinth their home.
She enjoys spending time with her daughter Bailee, a senior at Mississippi State University, reading and volunteering.
She considers it a privilege to be a part of the FPC staff and church family.
Jan Pike – Director, Sanctuary Choir
A native of Booneville, Jan first came to the FPC Choir more than twenty years ago by way of Dr. Eugene Doran and Krossroads Kollection. During the years she has served twice as interim choir director—once during 1995 and again from August 2006 to the present.
Her musical interests vary from classical, to musical theater, to bluegrass, as she has twice been a soloist with the Corinth Symphony and has appeared in over thirty productions with Corinth Theatre-Arts. Currently, she enjoys singing and playing the mountain dulcimer each week with the Magnolia Dulcimer Club and Heartland Bluegrass Band along with her husband, Doug, who plays upright bass.
Domenick and Paula Sarallo
Domenick and Paula joined the FPC staff in May of 2008. They have been members of the church for the past twelve years. Paula is originally from Corinth and Domenick is from Chicago. They have four children Batina Elliott, Danielle Ganus, Morgan Ashe, and DJ Sarallo and five grandchildren. They serve as the Directors of Facilities, which includes hospitality and maintenance. One thing they enjoy most about this church is the fellowship.