The roots of First Presbyterian Church of Concord go back to 1982 when Grace Presbyterian Church in Laconia was planted in New Hampshire. Our Laconia brothers and sisters had the vision to be active in planting more reformed churches in New England and Concord was a logical choice. In October of 1995, Pastor Doug Domin was called by the members of Grace Presbyterian Church to start a church in Concord that would be Scriptural and true to the Reformed Faith. The church first met informally for evening worship at the Bow Community Baptist Church two Sundays a month in the summer of 1996. In 1996, FPC began meeting for Sunday morning worship at Concord High School and in May of 1997 began meeting at the Concord Community Music School. FPC recently moved from 8 Loudon Road in Concord to the Seventh Day Adventist Church next to Sam’s in Concord on Sheep Davis Road (Route 106). This is just temporary as the congregation will be purchasing a building. Lord willing by December 2012 we should be in our new home. This ends a long search for a suitable home for the worship and work of FPC.