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Choosing a Church in Greenville

Your relationship with your church back home is important. And since you’ll be away from the friendships, fellowship and discipleship you’ve had at home, it’s important to get involved in a local church in the Greenville area.

If you’re looking for a starting point for choosing a church, consider some of the tips below and take a look at some of the Greenville-area churches that you can visit. Some churches provide transportation if you want to take advantage of it.

The Importance of Church

We’re all accountable to God for how we respond to His commands. He makes it clear in His Word that as Christians, we’re to live in community with other Christians. A local church is a natural way for community to play out. The University isn’t a church or a substitution for one, though there are many ways for you to grow spiritually (Bible classes, chapel, prayer groups, etc.).

God also makes it clear that we’re to remember to keep the Sabbath holy. We’re to show our dependence on God and rest in Him in a unique way one day each week. That might mean that you sacrifice some work hours or study time to be with the church. You’ll probably be busy with a whole lot of different responsibilities and activities, but decide now that you’re going to make your relationship with a church top priority. We’ve set up an accountability system to help remind you, but ultimately, it’s your relationship with God. Make sure you set aside time for Him and His people.

Choosing a Church

God gives wisdom to those who ask for it—so ask Him for wisdom when you’re deciding on the right fit. He’s placed wise people around you as well, so talk with your parents or other trusted spiritual leaders in your life about choosing a church. You can also ask your RA or roommates for suggestions. It may be helpful to make a list of a few options and to visit them before settling on one.

Getting Involved in a Church

Getting involved in a church means getting to know people and serving as God enables you. As you attend faithfully, look for ways you can meet others and ask the leadership what needs there are in the church that you can help out with. Some churches are immediately ready to have college students help out, and others want to get to know you and prefer that you join the church as an associate member before helping out.

Your time at college is a great time to grow spiritually. Remember that your relationship with your church is mutual. You’ll find encouragement where God leads you, and your involvement—even if it’s limited to faithful attendance and friendliness in your interactions—will encourage members of the church.

Agnew Road Baptist Church
400 Rainbow Dr., Greenville

Beth Haven Baptist Church
721 Neely Ferry Rd., Simpsonville

Bethany Bible Church
207 Chadwick Ave., Hendersonville, N.C.

Bethel Calvary Baptist Church
11 Easy St., Taylors

Calvary Baptist Church
101 Calvary St., Greer
(864) 877–9759

Calvary Baptist Church
3810 Grandview Dr., Simpsonville

Choice Hills Baptist Church
5910 Old Buncombe Rd., Greenville

Cleveland Bible Church
711 Asheville Highway, Spartanburg

Colonial Hills Baptist Church
525 Taylors Rd., Taylors

Community Baptist Church
643 South Suber Rd., Greer

Community Bible Church of Holly Springs
2515 Holly Springs Rd., Inman

Cornerstone Baptist Church
8508 Pelham Rd., Greenville

Easley Bible Methodist Church
855 Gentry Memorial Hwy., Easley

Faith Baptist Church
461 Saco-Lowell Rd., Easley

Faith Baptist Church
1940 Duncan-Reidville Rd., Reidville

Faith Baptist Church
906 Hwy 14, Simpsonville

Faith Baptist Church
500 West Lee Rd., Taylors

Faith Free Presbyterian Church
1207 Haywood Rd., Greenville

Fellowship Baptist Church
614 Ikes Rd., Taylors

First Baptist Church of Conestee
145 2nd St., Conestee

Foreign Students Fellowship Church
1140 N. Pleasantburg Dr., Suite B, Greenville
(864) 252–8490

Freedom Baptist Church
1907 West Parker Rd., Greenville

Gateway Baptist Church
128 South Main St., Travelers Rest
(864) 322–5600

Gethsemane Baptist Church
107 Gethsemane Dr., Greenville

The Gospel Baptist Church
103 N. Fork Shoals Rd., Greenville

Grace Baptist Church
2703 Spartanburg Hwy., East Flat Rock, N.C.

Grace Baptist Church
930 N. Old Pendleton Rd., Liberty

Grace Baptist Church
8841 Augusta Rd., Pelzer

Grace Baptist Fellowship
check website for meeting location

Grace Bible Church
3203 Old Easley Bridge Rd., Greenville

Greenville Christian Fellowship
2220 State Park Rd., Greenville

Hampton Park Baptist Church
875 State Park Rd., Greenville

Heritage Baptist Church
511 South Main St., Fountain Inn
(864) 862–5348

Heritage Bible Church
2005 Old Spartanburg Rd., Greer

Hope Presbyterian Church
20 Sharon Dr., Greenville
(864) 235–6471

Iglesia Bautista Calvario
1311 W Poinsett St., Greer
(864) 380–2128

Iglesia Bautista de la Fe
2129 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville

Iglesia Bautista Fundamental Tabernaculo
126 E. Mountain Creek Rd., Greenville

Iglesia Bíblica Evangélica/Evangelical Bible Church
205 North Suber Rd., Greer
(864) 704–8525

Independent Bible Church
2202 East North St., Greenville
(864) 242–1351

Landmark Baptist Church
116 Landmark Ct., Easley
(864) 859–0793

Midway Bible Church
632 Spearman Rd., Pelzer

Morningside Baptist Church
1115 Pelham Rd., Greenville

Mount Calvary Baptist Church
115 Cedar Lane Rd., Greenville

New Hope Baptist Church
250 Fairview Ave., Hendersonville, N.C.
(864) 630–3055

Northside Baptist Church
515 Tindal Rd., Greenville

Overbrook Gospel Chapel
26 Overbrook Rd., Greenville

Palmetto Baptist Church
620 Powdersville Main, Powdersville

Paramount Park Baptist Church
705 Augusta St., Greenville

Suber Road Baptist Church
445 South Suber Rd., Greer

Summit View Baptist Church
31 N. Hwy 25 Bypass, Greenville

Trinity Bible Church
205 North Suber Rd., Greer

Unity Baptist Church
12 Piney Road, Greenville
(864) 246–6276

Victory Baptist Church
421 SE Main St, Simpsonville
(864) 228–8101

Westgate Baptist Church
1990 Old Reidville Rd, Spartanburg
(864) 228–8101