First Presbyterian Church Clarksville, AR

Linda joined the FPCC staff in 2000.  Linda and her husband of 44 years Lynn have three adult sons Jeremy, Jamie and Justin and two grandchildren, Karlee and Miles whom Linda calls "the love of our lives."


According to Linda, the best part of her job is "being able to serve such a loving, caring and faithful congregation."  As Church Administrator, Linda oversees the financial ministry of the church as well as publications, correspondence, calendaring and generally keeping the trains running on time.  Linda is a leader in her field beyond the church through her work with the Administrative Personnel Association, a professional gathering of church business professionals in the PC(USA).


In addition to her work on staff, Linda has served two terms as an elder of the church, as a member of the Presbytery of Arkansas Coordinating Committee and volunteer with our congregational children's ministry in Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, and fellowship outings.  When she is not working, Linda enjoys spending time with family, photography, and scrapbooking. 

interim music director Bethany Qualls

Church Administrator  Linda Castleman

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THe Church staff

our denomination

First Presbyterian Church is an historic downtown congregation with roots in the earliest days of Clarksville.  FPCC is part of the 2 million member Presbyterian Church (USA) and the 80 million member international family of Reformed Christians in more than 108 countries.  


FPCC is one of 86 congregations in the Presbytery of Arkansas (covering the northern two-thirds of the state).  Through the presbytery, congregations work in partnership for mission and ministry in areas ranging from disaster assistance to youth camps and conferences.  The Presbytery of Arkansas is one of eleven member presbyteries in the Synod of the Sun.  The Synod, covering Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas, serves as a mission coordination and funding agency as well as a mid-level church council.  To learn more about the presbytery, synod, national church, or worldwide Reformed church, click on any of the images above.