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About

Who We Are

We are a church located in Greenville, South Carolina.

We are a Presbyterian church meeting in the Greenville area and bearing witness to the glorious gospel of Christ crucified. Our church upholds the centrality of preaching, and follows the simple and reverent pattern of worship which the Reformation recovered from the Bible, with each element of the service authorized in the Word of God. We unreservedly adhere to the original 17th century version of the Westminster Confession and Catechisms.

We belong to the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing), and to its presbytery for North America. The Free Church traces its roots back to the Protestant Reformation in Scotland, which began in 1560. At the Disruption of 1843, under the leadership of Dr Thomas Chalmers, a large portion of the Church of Scotland withdrew to form the Free Church of Scotland, and thereby carried forward the same biblical truths and spiritual identity of their Reformed fathers. That same testimony is being maintained today.

  • We preach from the KJV Bible.

  • 2,415 sermons online

Robert McCurley

Rev. Robert McCurley was educated at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and ordained to the gospel ministry in 1998. He is a minister of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing), at Greenville Presbyterian Church, Greenville, South Carolina. He is an editor of The Master's Trumpet, a periodical published by the North American presbytery of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). He is married and has five children.

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Location

Greenville Presbyterian Church
400 East Main Street
Taylors, SC 29687



Service Times

Our Lord's Day worship services are held at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., with a fellowship meal between services. Our Catechism Class follows the afternoon worship.

Our mid-week prayer meeting is held on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.