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Low country boil, 110th celebration set at FPC

First Presbyterian Church has had three different steeples during its 110-year history.

First Presbyterian Church has had three different steeples during its 110-year history.

Andalusia Presbyterians have a busy weekend in store.

Tomorrow, they are hosting a low country boil, and Sunday, a celebration for the church’s 110th anniversary.

The low country boil is slated for 5 p.m., at the church, and the menu will consist of shrimp, sausage, corn on the cob, potatoes, cole slaw, French bread, dessert and drink.

The cost is $15 and the meals are available for dine-in or take out.

The tickets are available today from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m., at the church and a limited number will be available at the door Saturday.

On Sunday, the service will begin at 11 a.m., with a covered dish lunch following.

The church was founded in 1905, and the present church was ready for occupancy in 1908.

The building is now the oldest church building still standing in Andalusia.

Additions have been made numerous times to the building, including an annex with classrooms, a banquet room, kitchen.

In 1999, plans for an enlarged, modern fellowship hall were introduced, and in 2004 the structure was completed.

Through the years, the Presbyterians have been instrumental in serving meals to the community. They established Meals-on-Wheels and Love Thy Neighbor.