Is your soul thirsty? Are you burdened with the guilt of past sins, worried about an uncertain future, or afraid to die? Perhaps you have been searching for God and for a place to worship Him with understanding and purpose. We offer in the name of Jesus Christ living water for those who are thirsty, spiritual wine and bread for the hungry, and medicine for the soul. We preach Christ and Him crucified.
Our view of ministry begins today and ends in eternity. Our view of the church includes this generation and the next. Our passion is to teach and equip sinners for a life of joyful service in Christ's kingdom.
We stand on the solid and historic foundation of Reformation Christianity, seeking to clearly preach the timeless truths of Scripture, worship in a simple and Biblical manner, serve Christ’s church and our community, and engage in faithful pastoral care of God’s people. We believe in God who saves sinners, and who keeps His promises from generation to generation.
"Come everyone who thirsts, come to the waters."
We are currently holding three services per Sunday, two with the same liturgy at
8:30am (limited attendance, please sign up before attending), and
11am (open attendance, but with physical distancing), and also and a single evening service at
6pm (with open attendance as the 11am service).
We have room for guests and would love to have you visit with us.
If you would like to join our early service (8:30am), please fill out our contact form.
We will get back to you as soon as we can.
We are also live streaming our 11am and 6pm services, and you can use
the link above to access the live stream, and bulletin link below for our liturgy.
We are located in the Greater Greenville area of upstate South Carolina. We meet at
418 E. Main Street in Taylors, South Carolina. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Our bulletins give an outline of our order of worship, including information
concerning each week's preaching ministry. Our morning bulletins also include
additional information regarding the life and activities of our congregation.
June 27, 2021
June 20, 2021
June 13, 2021
June 6, 2021