A Place of Faith


True story: In the early 1800s, businessman Vardry McBee donated land for the City of Greenville's first 5 churches. These churches (Baptist, Episcopal, Methodist, Catholic and Presbyterian denominations) were all located in the downtown area and geographically positioned in the form of a cross—with one church at each point and one in the center. Today, people of virtually every faith and doctrine are proud to call greater Greenville home.

NOTE: Greenville County is home to hundreds of places of worship.
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Escape to the peaceful solitude of this open-air chapel atop Stone Mountain.

An independent college preparatory school in the Episcopal tradition with a carefully...

Holistic education that focuses on each complete person as a child of God.

North Greenville University is a co-educational liberal arts institution which...

SJOTL is a parish of the Diocese of the South of the Orthodox Church in America

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