In the early 1800s, businessman Vardry McBee donated land for the City of Greenville's first churches. These five churches (Baptist, Episcopal, Methodist, Catholic, and Presbyterian denominations) were located in the downtown area. Legend has it that they were geographically built in the form of a cross - with one church at each point and one in the center. Nowadays, Greenville is religiously diverse, welcoming places of worship from numerous doctrines.
Aldersgate UMC is a community of faith that has much to offer people of all ages. Please explore the website to learn more about faith development, mission, outreach, giving and serving opportunities to help you grow and continue your spiritual journey. Aldersgate is located at the corner of Edwards Road and Shannon Drive on the Eastside of Gre More
Known as the “Parish in the heart of the city,” Christ Church Episcopal is home to a diverse group of parishioners and a house of worship, prayer, education, and caring for all people, both in the parish and within the community, and offers a place for everyone. More
Welcome to First Presbyterian Church, a vibrant and growing community of faith in downtown Greenville. There are three worship services on Sunday mornings: traditional worship at 8:30am and 11:00am in the Sanctuary, and contemporary worship at 10:45am in Fellowship Hall. A complimentary continental breakfast is served at 9:15am. With their great More