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Cris Banawe Magno Jr.

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Paramount Park Baptist Church
We want your visit to Paramount Park to be an enjoyable and life-changing experience for you and your entire family. At Paramount Park, you will be surrounded by friendly people, uplifting music, and Biblical preaching. We desire for you to feel welcome and closer to God as a result of your visit. We believe that your first visit will not be your last. Here are a few things that you can expect:   What is Sunday School like? Sunday School at 9:45 on Sunday morning is a time to learn God's Word in smaller groups where you can build relationships and ask questions. Sunday School is held on the administrative side of the building. We have Sunday School classes available for all ages. We will gladly direct you to the classes that work best for your family members.    What are the services like? The purpose of everything that we do during our worship services is to bring glory and honor to God. During each service we give you the opportunity to worship and praise God with us through uplifting music, powerful preaching, and Christian fellowship. Our services typically last about 1 ½ hours. We pray that something during the service might be said to help you come to know Christ as Lord and Saviour or grow closer in your relationship with Christ.  
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
True Life
Taylors Church of Christ
We are a church of Christ patterned after the New Testament example.  Please take some time to listen to our Bible based sermons, read our Bible study resources, and learn about God's love and the Taylors church family.   We invite you to worship God with us when you are in the Greenville-Greer-Spartanburg area.
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
Earle Street Baptist Church
Stephen Clyborne Senior Pastor Welcome Home   As our mission statement says, Earle Street Baptist Church is "a home to all who would enter." It has been a spiritual home for me since the first day I joined this family of faith in January of 2002, and it could be a home for you, too. Our church is historic and traditional, yet vibrant and creative. There is a wonderful blend of age groups: preschoolers, children, youth, young adults, median adults, and senior adults. We are not all alike, but there is unity in our diversity. Our unity centers around our faith in Jesus Christ and our determination to be His followers through worship, missions, fellowship, ministry, and spiritual growth.   Since 1922 Earle Street Baptist Church has gathered for worship and fellowship at the edge of downtown Greenville.  But the church is not a place.  Our congregation is engaged in mission partnerships locally, nationally, and internationally; and we are just as much the church (if not more) beyond the walls as we are inside the walls.  As rich as our heritage is, and as much as we respect and cherish it, we believe our best days as a church are ahead of us, not behind us.    I am delighted that you have chosen to visit this website, and I hope you will visit us in person. I believe you will find our worship stimulating and inspiring, and our fellowship warm and inviting. But I hope you will also find that our church will provide you with many opportunities to grow in your faith, share the gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed, and serve God by serving others.   At Earle Street Baptist Church, we are seeking to make a home for God and a home for all who would enter. So if you are searching for a family of faith, you may have found it; and if you have, welcome hom
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
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Trinity United Methodist Church
Buncombe Street United Methodist Church was founded in 1834. The congregation was initially established as Greenville Methodist Episcopal Church in a frame building on Coffee Street. Land was deeded by Vardry McBee to be used to establish a church, a heritage we share with other downtown congregations: Christ Church First Presbyterian First Baptist In 1873 a new building was dedicated on property at the corner of Buncombe Street and Richardson Street and the name changed to Buncombe Street Methodist Episcopal Church, South. It is in this location that we continue to join together in worship, service and fellowship. The name of the church was changed in 1939 to Buncombe Street Methodist, and finally in 1968 to Buncombe Street United Methodist Church. Throughout our history, we have responded to the needs of our growing and thriving congregation with evolutions in our ministries and at least seven significant expansions and renovations to the facilities at 200 Buncombe Street. In 2017, we expanded in a new way when we adopted the former Trinity United Methodist Church at 2703 Augusta Street and made it a campus of Buncombe Street. Buncombe Street has consistently responded to the needs of our greater community. We have provided the nucleus for establishment of several suburban congregations. We have also provided leadership in the genesis and growth of agencies that serve our community: United Ministries, Greenville Free Medical Clinic, the Rescue Mission, and Triune Mercy Center, as well as Crisis Ministry at Buncombe Street. A commitment to growth, outreach, inclusion and stepping out with leaps of faith is evident throughout our history at Buncombe Street. That commitment to following where God leads us lives on today.
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
Lee Road United Methodist Church
Welcome to Lee Road United Methodist Church Online. We are honored to have you worship with us today. Visitors are always welcome. You, your friends and family are cordially invited to attend all activities and programs of Lee Road Church. Lee Road United Methodist Church was formed on the emerging east side of Greenville, SC on February 9, 1958. The Reverend D.W. Smith and nine interested people met together for the purpose of establishing a church. The energy and commitment of D.W. Smith and those nine persons quickly spread to others. The group outgrew a tiny storefront building and decided to build its first structure. Now known as the D.W. Smith wing, the church continued to grow and build. A sanctuary was built in 1962 and a gymnasium, Howard Hall, was built in 1977. In its mission as "The Servant Church" it continues to grow, and build, and be blessed by God.
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
Trinity Lutheran Church
Until the fall of 1909 there had not been a Lutheran presence in the city of Greenville. On August 29, 1909 a handful of Greenville Lutherans met in the Masonic Hall at the southwest corner of Main and Washington streets to consider plans for organizing a Lutheran congregation. After creating an organizational charter on September 12, twenty-seven members were received into the church on Reformation Sunday of that same year. In the spring of 1911, members of the Property Committee approved plans to purchase a lot for a future church to be constructed five blocks north of the main city square which is the current site of Trinity Lutheran Church. The Rev. C. L. Miller, Trinity’s first full-time pastor, helped lay the cornerstone of the building in March of 1914. Due to the outbreak of World War I, the building of the church had to be postponed. Members worshipped in Sunday School rooms on the property until the Nave and Chancel were completed in 1921. In the over one hundred years since organization, Trinity has been served by eleven full-time Pastors and a number of other Associate Pastors, Associates in Ministry, parish workers, administrative staff, and other support staff. The organizing members of Trinity Lutheran Church could not have envisioned the significant changes that have occurred in these more than one hundred years. Today’s congregation boasts over 1200 members who support an annual budget of over 1.2 million dollars. Outreach ministries, relational groups, and educational opportunities abound for Trinity members. The church campus has expanded considerably to include the purchase of the adjacent property which currently is home to a number of local ministries and human service agencies as well as Trinity’s Youth Center. But more important than budgets and buildings, ministries and membership is the obvious fact that at Trinity Lutheran Church, Greenville, SC, lives are being transformed. The power of God is at work among us enabling us to reach out to our neighbors and share the good news of God’s love and grace. These more than one hundred years of ministry serve as a powerful witness to the Greenville community that God is indeed alive at Trinity Lutheran Church. Our fervent hope and prayer is that we, the people of God at Trinity, will remain open to God’s calling and leading so that the next century of ministry will continue to bring glory to God.
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
Nicholtown Presbyterian Church
Foothills Presbytery has its recent history in three other presbyteries, Piedmont, Enoree and Fairfield-McClelland. But the historical foundations go back to 1705 when the First Presbytery in America was formed in Philadelphia. The “ancestors” of Foothills Presbytery are complex, but here is a time line: 1705—First Presbytery in America 1755—Hanover Presbytery was formed to include all churches south of Virginia; 1770—Presbytery of Orange was formed to include all churches in North and South Carolina; 1784—The Presbytery of South Carolina and Georgia was formed, but only a few churches in Georgia (across the Savannah River) were included; 1799—Second Presbytery was formed to include all the churches in the western part of S.C.; 1809-10—South Carolina Presbytery was formed from Second; 1878—South Carolina Presbytery became the mother presbytery for Enoree Presbytery, and 1909—South Carolina Presbytery became the mother presbytery for Piedmont Presbytery, which at the time included 2,733 church members. Piedmont Presbytery included the churches in Oconee, Pickens and Anderson counties. Enoree Presbytery included the churches in Greenville, Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union Counties. Fairfield-McClelland Presbytery likely had its origins also in 1705 with the formation of the First Presbytery in America, but more specifically after 1865 when missionaries from the North came south to form Presbyterian churches with schools attached among freed slaves. Enoree Presbytery merged with Piedmont Presbytery in January, 1975, and the new presbytery was called Presbytery of the Piedmont, a slight variation of one of the previous names. This new presbytery included all the churches in Oconee, Pickens, Anderson, Greenville, Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union counties. Presbytery of the Piedmont and a portion of Fairfield-McClelland Presbytery merged in 1987 to form Foothills Presbytery. This was four years after the 1983 reunion of the northern and southern streams of the Presbyterian Church. Piedmont churches (except Union County ones) merged with seven Fairfield-McClelland Churches to form Foothills. The seven were: Bowers Chapel, Walkers Chapel, Mattoon, Westminster (Saxon) in Spartanburg, Bethesda, Rock Hill, and Salem. Nicholtown was a PCUS (southern) church and already in Presbytery of the Piedmont. Bowers Chapel merged with Walkers, reducing the number by one. Thus: Foothills Presbytery included six African -American churches from Fairfield-McClelland Presbytery, plus Nicholtown from Presbytery of the Piedmont to give Foothills its current seven Black churches. For the full history of Piedmont Presbytery from 1705 until 1961, see the history written by Rev. Arthur M. Martin, executive of the former Synod of South Carolina, titled, “From Indians to Industry, Historical Paper Prepared for Piedmont Presbytery.” This document is housed in the archives of Columbia Theological Seminary library in Decatur, GA, and other places. A copy is in the Foothills Presbytery Resource Center. William P. Lancaster, Jr. June, 2015     Sign Up for Enews
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
Bethel United Methodist Church
United Methodist leaders often speak of the denomination as “the connection.” This concept has been central to Methodism from its beginning. The United Methodist structure and organization began as a means of accomplishing the mission of spreading scriptural holiness. Methodism’s founder, John Wesley, recognized the need for an organized system of communication and accountability and developed what he called the “connexion,” a network of classes, societies, and annual conferences. Today, our denomination continues to be organized in a “connectional” system, which “enables us to carry out our mission in unity and strength” (Book of Discipline, ¶ 701). Every local church is linked to an interconnected network of organizations that join together in mission and ministry, allowing us to accomplish far more than any one local church or person could alone. Within the connectional structure of The United Methodist Church, conferences provide the primary groupings of people and churches for discernment and decision-making. Wesley described Christian conferencing as a spiritual discipline through which God’s grace may be revealed. At every level of the connection, church leaders and members come together in conversation, or conferencing, to discuss important issues and discover God’s will for the church. The word, conference, thus refers to both the assembly and organization of people as well as the process of discerning God’s call together.  General Conference As the primary legislative body, General Conference is the only entity with the authority to speak on behalf of the entire United Methodist Church. The General Conference meets every four years to consider the business and mission of the church. An equal number of lay and clergy delegates are elected from United Methodist conferences around the world to decide matters of policy and procedure for the denomination. Learn more. Jurisdictional Conferences There are five geographic jurisdictions, or regions, in the United States, which are comprised of eight to 15 annual conferences each. Learn more. Central Conferences In Africa, Europe and the Philippines, there are seven geographical regions, called central conferences, each of which is comprised of annual conferences and divided into several episcopal areas. Learn more. Annual Conferences The annual conference is a geographical entity, an organizational body (made up of elected lay and clergy members), and a yearly meeting. It is the fundamental body of the church (Book of Discipline, ¶ 11). Learn more. Districts Each local church is part of a district, which is an administrative grouping of churches in a geographic area. Learn more. Charge Conferences and Local Churches As the visible presence of the body of Christ, the local church is the place where members grow in faith and discipleship, putting their faith into action through ministry in the world. Learn more.  
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
NewStart Church
What We Believe About the Bible: The Bible is the infallible Word of God and the authority for salvation and Christian living. ( II Timothy 3:16) About God: There is one God, who has revealed Himself as our Father, in His Son Jesus Christ, and as the Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ is God manifested in flesh. He is both God and man. (Deuteronomy 6:4; Ephesians 4:4-6; Colossians 2:9; I Timothy 3:16) About Sin and Salvation: Everyone has sinned and needs salvation. Salvation comes by grace through faith based on the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ. We believe in the necessity of repentance, baptism in water by immersion in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and the baptism of the Holy Spirit with the initial sign of speaking with other tongues as the Spirit gives utterance. (Romans 3:23-25; 6:23; Ephesians 2:8-9; John 3:3-5; Acts 2:38; I Peter 3:20,21; Mark 16:16; Titus 3:5) About the Gospel: The saving gospel is the good news that Jesus died for our sins, was buried, and rose again. We obey the gospel by repentance (death to sin), water baptism in the name of Jesus Christ (burial), and receiving the gift of the Holy Spirit (resurrection). ( I Corinthians 15:1-4; Acts 2:4, 37-39; Romans 6:3-4) About Christian Living: As Christians we are to love God and others. We should live a holy life inwardly and outwardly, and worship God joyfully. The supernatural gifts of the Spirit, including healing, are for the church today. (Mark 12:28-31; II Corinthians 7:1; Hebrews 12:14; I Corinthians 12:8-10) About the Future: Jesus Christ is coming again to catch away His church. In the end will be the final resurrection and the final judgment. The righteous will inherit eternal life, and the unrighteous eternal death. (I Thessalonians 4:16-17; Revelation 20:11-15.)  
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
Pendleton Street Baptist Church
Pendleton Street Baptist Church is a community of believers centered and growing in Christ Jesus. We are passionate about loving Jesus and making Him known in Greenville, SC and around the world. We welcome you to join us for Bible study and worship services on Sundays, or to one of our many Home Groups meeting throughout the week in the greater Greenville area.   Pendleton Street Baptist Church currently meets on Sunday mornings in the Hilton Greenville at 45 W. Orchard Park Dr., Greenville SC 29615. Our church offices are located in the West End of Greenville, at 606 Pendleton Street. Our GPS (Gospel Project for Students) Children’s Program is also in the West End, at the West End Community Development Center, 404 Vardry Street. Our heart and mission is in the West End of Greenville, although we come from all over the Greenville area and surrounding towns. We invite you to come worship with us on Sunday morning, or connect with one of our Home Groups throughout the week.    Mailing Address: Pendleton Street Baptist Church P.O. Box 2108 Greenville, South Carolina 29602-2108   Office Address: 606 Pendleton Street Greenville SC 29601 Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday   Contact our office at 864-232-7312  or through our email [email protected]  
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
Hope Baptist Church
Our passion at Hope Baptist Church is to show that Christ gives hope and changes lives by the preaching and teaching of His Word, the Bible. We are committed to fulfilling the Great Commission of making disciples of Jesus Christ, by preaching the Gospel, by the public acknowledgement of a person's acceptance of Jesus Christ as His Savior by baptism, and teaching everyone how they can have a fruitful relationship with God.
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
Seacoast Church - Greenville
At Seacoast, our mission is to help people find God, grow their faith, discover their purpose, and make a difference. Accomplishing that mission goes beyond the weekend experience. We believe it’s important to find a community to help you live out your faith. We’re committed to impacting our church, our communities, and our world. Our Story Seacoast Church began in an apartment clubhouse with 65 people in February of 1988 and has grown to more than 14,000 attending every week at our 13 campuses. Our vision has always been to reach unchurched people by speaking the language of the modern culture, and provide a place that encourages non-believers to investigate Christianity at their own pace. We approach the historical Christian faith in a contemporary, unconventional way. We’ve created a seeker-sensitive atmosphere that aims to welcome all people, no matter where they are in their spiritual journey. Learn More Pastors & Staff We’re more than a staff; we’re a family. We are dedicated followers of Jesus, who use our unique God-given talents and passions to spread God’s Word across the globe, as well as to help one another grow and follow the calling God has placed on our lives. Every campus has its own personality, but together, we are Seacoast. Learn More Our Beliefs At Seacoast, we believe the Bible is the sole basis of our faith. It is uniquely God-inspired, trustworthy, and the final authority. Based on the Bible’s teaching, there is one God who sent his Son for our sins by dying on the cross as our substitute. By the Holy Spirit believers are drawn to Christ and equipped for personal growth. Our aim at Seacoast, as the Church, is to glorify God and make him known Learn More Worship While Seacoast is one church with many locations, we’re confident that no matter which campus a person attends, they will experience powerful worship. A special part of every service is Response Time, which gives everyone the chance to consider what God might be asking them to do in response to the worship and message. Learn More Conferences At Seacoast, our conferences include amazing worship and inspirational, practical teaching from gifted speakers. Our goal is to equip and empower people to make a difference in their families and communities. Learn More Children Kidscoast is the children’s ministry of Seacoast Church, ages birth to 5th grade. Our children’s services are held in exciting learning environments and filled with worship songs, crafts, and Bible stories that teach God’s Word at an age-appropriate level. Learn More Students Custom is the student ministry of Seacoast Church for grades 6–12. Students are an integral part of the Church. We know the teenage years can be some of the most challenging and formative in a person’s life. We create environments that value teenagers and help them discover for themselves who Jesus is, and what a relationship with him looks like Learn More Men We believe God acts through the men of Seacoast in powerful ways. Regardless of age or background, from businessman to outdoorsman, there are plenty of ways to get involved in our Men’s Ministry. When men care about the heart and the things of God, they become unstoppable. Learn More Women No matter what stage of life you’re in—single, married, a mom, or an empty-nester—we believe women need to share life and laughter, as well as their faith and struggles. Small groups meet throughout the week, to discuss a variety of topics, from biblically based nutrition and Christ-centered fitness, to book studies that inspire and connect women. Learn More Married Life Married Life is the marriage ministry of Seacoast Church. We offer lots of opportunities for couples to strengthen their marriage, no matter what season they’re in—from newlywed to golden anniversary, from full house to empty nest. We believe all healthy marriages need to be surrounded with a supportive and thriving community. Learn More SEU Seacoast At Seacoast Church, we are committed to equipping the next generation of leaders and investing in their future. Our partnership with Southeastern University (SEU) allows us to help students pursue their educational goals in a Christian environment and become influential servants in their careers and communities. We offer both Associate and Bachelor degree options with adult evening and day classes in three tracks: General Education Studies, School of Ministry, and School of Worship. Learn More
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
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Augusta Heights Baptist Church
We want to make your first experience at Augusta Heights as easy and enjoyable as possible. Here are some common questions people have when visiting a church. If you want more information or have other questions, please don't hesitate to contact us using the email at the bottom of the page. What kind of church are you?   We are a group of people who want to serve our community, welcome all people into fellowship, and join with others in worship, missions, and ministry. We want to love Christ, and we do that best when we love people.   We are a diverse community of God's people united by faith in Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit. We believe in the power of prayer, the priesthood of all believers, the equality of all believers, and the responsibility of each believer to use his or her gifts to the glory of God. Our purpose is to worship God, to grow spiritually, and to boldly share God's love through outreach, missions, and service. ​ We are affiliated with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and it's state body, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of South Carolina.  When do you have worship, Bible study, and activities?   On Sunday mornings, there are Bible study groups at 9:30 am for children, youth, and adults. Then, at 10:30 am, the church gathers in the sanctuary for worship. There is also Sunday School and childcare for preschoolers available during these times.   On Wednesday evenings at 5:45 pm there is a time of prayer, Bible study, and discussion of various topics in the chapel for all adults. Children can participate in Children in Action and Children's Music from 5:45 to 6:45 pm during the school year, as well as other special activities throughout the summer. Choir practice is at 6:45 pm. (There are no Wednesday evening activities during June and July.   Of course, there are many other activities, events, and special services. If you'd like to find out more about what is going on at Augusta Heights, please contact us. Where are you, and how do I get there?   Augusta Heights is located at 3018 Augusta Street, across the street from Mug & Muffin and Harrison Lighting, in between the Augusta Heights Apartments and the shopping center with 9 Round Fitness.   Where should I park? How do I get in the building?   You can turn into the church from Augusta Street. You may park anywhere in the parking lot on the right or the left side of the building. ​ The easiest ways to enter the building are through the main sanctuary or chapel doors (facing Augusta Street), or through the church office door, which faces the parking lot on the right side of the building. People and signs will help you find your way from there! What do I do with my kids?   When you arrive, someone will be glad to help you find your way to the nursery/education wing, or you can follow the interior signs. Once there, your child can learn and play in a safe, fun, caring environment just a few rooms away from where you will be.   We have Sunday School at 9:30 am for preschoolers, children, and youth. Older preschoolers (three, four, and five year olds) and children come to worship and are invited to participate in the children's sermon early in the service. Afterward, preschoolers can go to their worship care rooms and children can stay in worship. We also have worship bags with activities for children that allow them to interact with the worship service.   What are the worship services like?   Worship at Augusta Heights is always warm and welcoming, and we always get done in about an hour! We try to be creative and use a variety of elements including old hymns, newer songs, visual displays and art. Worship is also participatory, with congregational readings, prayers, and singing. Usually we have about 120 people in the worship service. Some people come in their "Sunday best," while others wear jeans and a t-shirt. But we are more interested in you than in your clothes, and we will simply be glad you are there!  
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
First Presbyterian Church
At First Presbyterian Church, visitors are very important to us. We want you to feel welcome in our church home, even if you've never been to church before! All who want to learn more about Christ or who want to share their love for Jesus with others are welcome at First Presbyterian. We've listed a few things on these pages that will make your first visit (and hopefully many visits after that!) easier. If you have any questions about anything on this page or anything about our church in general, please give us a call at 864.235.0496.  Take a Tour!  Our tour guides would love to lead you through a tour of First Pres. If you are interested in a formal tour, please contact 864.235.0496 to make arrangements. Times/Services When We Meet  Traditional Worship: 8:30am and 11:00am Modern Worship: 10:45am Sunday Life Groups for Adults: 9:45am Sunday Life Groups for Youth: 9:30am Sunday School for Children: 9:30am We have three worship services on Sundays: Traditional services at 8:30am and 11:00am in the Sanctuary and a contemporary service called Ignite at 10:45am in Fellowship Hall. Sunday Life Groups for adults meet from 9:45am to 10:30am, Sunday Life Groups for Youth meet from 9:30am to 10:30am, and Sunday School for children meets from 9:30am to 10:30am.  What to Expect Traditional Worship  8:30am and 11:00am in the Sanctuary Our 8:30am and 11:00am Sunday morning services are traditional in nature and basically identical in format. The Word of God is preached with passion and relevancy, the sacraments of Baptism and Communion are regularly celebrated, and God is glorified through the gift of music. Our morning worship seeks to reverently glorify God, while joyfully expressing the contagious excitement of being part of the family of God. Our senior pastor or one of our associate pastors normally preaches at these services. Music is typically led by our magnificent pipe organ or on the piano, with the Sanctuary Choir helping God's people to worship. The morning services are dynamic as the powerful presence of Jesus Christ is evident. Modern Worship 10:45am in Fellowship Hall The content of our gatherings spans from the most time-tested to the most current expressions of worship.  Music from classic hymns to current worship songs are led by our worship band, the sacraments will be celebrated in ways that are at times ancient and at other times modern, and truthful application of God’s Word is boldly taught by our senior pastor or one of our associate pastors.    Click Here for more information about Ignite. Nursery/Children’s Worship  Sunday morning Nursery Care (for children up to 2 years old)  The Tucker-Dean Nursery is committed to your child’s experiencing the love of Jesus in a healthy environment. Children are grouped according to age in the nursery’s four rooms and are cared for by both paid and volunteer workers. Nursery Care is provided on Sunday mornings from 8:15am until 12:15pm.  Sunday Morning Worship Options for Children (2-5 years old)  Children may accompany their parents to any of our Worship Services. (We love and value children at First Presbyterian Church. If your child becomes uncomfortable during worship, you may enjoy the worship service in the Parlor via live video at 8:30am and 11:00am.) Extended Session is also available for ages 2-5 in the children’s classrooms beginning at 10:45am. Children's Sunday School is from 9:30-10:30am. Ask a greeter for directions. Sunday Life Groups Adults - 9:45–10:30am Youth - 9:30–10:30am Education on Sunday is the root of our ministry with three areas of focus:  Learning God’s Word and hearing Him.  Encouraging each other in Christian fellowship.  Doing the ministry of the Lord Jesus here in Greenville and around the world.  The primary focus of Sunday Life Groups is to help Christians learn how to live with God’s Word shaping everything they think and accomplish in every aspect of life, enabling them to grow into maturity as disciples. Please click below for our Sunday School brochure to find groups for all ages (nursery through adult). Sunday Life Groups Brochure  Need a Starting Point?  Next Steps Sunday Life Group Sundays, 9:45-10:30am Room 308 Are you new to First Pres and need help finding your place?  Or are you not so new but still looking for a Sunday Life Group?  Do you like lively discussion with a mixed age group? Next Steps Sunday Life Group is the place for you! Each week we discuss the sermon Scripture passage and delve into what God has to say.
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.
Woodruff Road Christian Church
The Gathering The community of WRCC gathers for worship at 10:45 Sunday mornings and meets until noon.  The service is centered around music, Eucharist (Communion), and Scripture. To hear the kinds of messages in worship click here.  Life Groups meet at 9:30 on Sunday morning. Beyond gathering for corporate worship, WRCC gathers into smaller groups for authentic spiritual conversations. As we live and laugh together we encourage each other to live faithfully within our families, community, and the world. Information about the Church We are a non-deminonational church that roots our practices and beliefs in the scriptures of the New Testament. We are part of a movement often known as the Restoration Movement (or Stone-Campbell movement).  There is no official headquarters or organization, but it’s an association of churches whose primary goals are to adhere to the truth of the gospel and practice unity within the church. Our church is run by elders who are elected after a careful process of examination based on the requirements in Scripture. If you have any doctrinal questions, look under the what we believe section of this site (for any further details or explanations email us here).  Otherwise, the best way to find out what kind of church we are is by getting to know us.
Cris Banawe Magno Jr.