Through many challenges Paul persevered in the mission given to him by Jesus to make His Name known among kings and Gentiles. Jesus’ message to Paul and to us is, in all these things, be brave!
Reedy River Presbyterian Church
Faith for All of Life and All Generations
Celebrating 130 Years of Gospel Ministry
We welcome you to join us this Sunday!
Traditional Protestant Worship, Reverent and Joyful
10:00 am – Sunday School
11 am – Worship and The Lord’s Supper
6:00 pm – Prayer, Praise, and Bible Study
There is no evening service on the first Sunday of each Month.
Join us for a hospitality meal after the morning worship service on the first Sunday of every month.
Fellowship in union with Christ Jesus our Lord and King
About Reedy River Presbyterian Church
An historic Reformed church committed to the historic Biblical faith.
We are made up of faithful generations of families, of newcomers, visitors and friends. The Lord has been pleased to bless us for 130 years, and we invite you to join with us as we continue the journey together!
Our congregation was established by God’s grace in 1887, and the sanctuary was built in 1889.
Because of our desire to be faithful to historic Protestant/Reformed orthodoxy, in 1973 we withdrew from what was then the “mainline” PCUS denomination to become part of what is now the largest, traditional Presbyterian denomination in the country, the Presbyterian Church in America. Our church is a member of Calvary Presbytery of the PCA.
About Our Pastor
Dr. Charles H. Roberts
A native of Columbia, SC, Charles Roberts has served in full time pastoral ministry for over 20 years. He served as pastor of Associate Reformed Presbyterian churches in South Carolina, New York, and Arizona prior to becoming pastor of Reedy River Presbyterian church.
He has been married to Michelle for over 30 years and they have two daughters. An emphasis on the all encompassing, full orbed nature of Biblical religion is the theme of Dr Roberts’ teaching and pastoral ministry.
Visit Us in Conestee, SC
Just 8 miles from downtown Greenville