Plan Your Visit to Faith FPC

Plan Your Visit to Faith FPC

What is Faith FPC?

As we all know, church is comprised of people, not building materials. Those of us that are part of Faith are, by God’s grace, committed, Bible-believing Christians. We are a conservative, confessional, reformed, and evangelistic church, prioritizing the glory of God in every aspect of ministry. We reject any doctrine or movement that undermines Scripture.

In addition, we place an emphasis on prayer and evangelism in our community. As such, you will see we have several prayer meetings and regular evangelistic ministries. Please feel free to join us in person or online on Sundays at 11:00 AM. If you would like to eat a meal with us, join us for our 6:00 PM service. We have a fellowship meal every Sunday evening.

Who is the pastor?

Our church is governed by a plurality of elders, but the primary teaching elder is Armen Thomassian. Born in Scotland and raised in Northern Ireland, he has been serving the people of Faith since January 2019. Prior to receiving his theological training at the Whitefield College of the Bible, he was sent for two years to supply pulpits in South Australia and Tasmania, and from 2015 to 2018, he was the minister of Calgary Free Presbyterian Church in Canada. He and his family are now settled in Greenville with a desire to serve the community for as long as possible.

Other questions

What happens in your services? We believe the focus of corporate worship is God, not man. All our praises, prayers, and preaching communicate sobriety, reverence, and joy that is worthy of the God we love.

How long are your services? Approximately 90 minutes.

What denomination are you? We are members of a small presbyterian denomination, the FPCNA. Unlike most presbyterian churches, we practice an open policy on baptism, meaning both baptists and presbyterians make up the membership of our church.

Is child care available? We believe the Bible supports the inclusion of children in the worship service with their parents. However, we understand that toddlers and small children can struggle for a time. Thus, at every service we have a nursery team to help parents that may depend on such help at church.

What to do next

The best way to get a feel for our community and our Christ-centered emphasis, is to join us this Sunday. To help us prepare for your arrival, click the Plan Your Visit button that hovers at the bottom of this page and fill in a few details. If you do that you can expect us to help:

  • Look out for you and greet you
  • Get your small children signed in with the nursery team
  • Take you to your seat
  • Give you a welcome pack
  • Introduce you to the pastor (if you so wish)

So click the button and Plan Your Visit. We look forward to greeting you warmly.