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Pastors Fellowship & Prayer Gatherings

The Pastor’s Fellowship & Prayer Lunches aim to inspire greater unity among local churches by connecting local Pastors in fellowship and prayer.

Our next gathering will be held on Oct. 23rd at noon in The Chapel Room of Jeff Lynch Appliance.

The lunch is free but space is limited.  To register click here.

These luncheons are sponsored by GHOP in partnership with SC Christian Foundation.

A Statement on Church Unity

We recognize that Scripture teaches the Church will become fully unified.  Jesus prayed that the Church would be “one” and be brought to “complete unity.”  Scripture teaches the Church would become a pure, spotless bride and be “without stain, or wrinkle or any other blemish, but holy and blameless.”

These scriptures encourage us to take steps towards seeing greater church unity in our area and in our time.  More than anything we believe that love, humility and prayer for one another will accomplish greater church unity in our area, particularly between church leaders.

A house divided against itself cannot stand.  If the Church in Greenville is going to stand firm when the day of evil comes, then we must mature in unity.

Beliefs That Unite Us

  • We believe the 39 books of the Hebrew Scripture and the 27 books of the New Testament to be the inspired Word of God.

  • We believe the doctrines stated in the Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed.

  • We believe Jesus atoned for the sins of the world through his birth, life, death and resurrection.

  • We believe men are saved through faith in Jesus, a faith substantiated by repentance, the fruit of the Holy Spirit and good works.

  • We believe God created all things and made man in His image, male and female.

  • We believe God established marriage to be a lifelong covenant between one man and one woman.

  • We believe human life begins at conception.

  • We believe the two great commandments and the great commission are primary callings of the Church.

  • We believe in the resurrection of the dead and the final judgment, after which some will be destined to everlasting destruction in hell and others to everlasting life.

  • We believe Jesus is the promised Jewish Messiah who will return to earth in power to rule the nations.

In essentials unity, in non-essentials liberty, in all things love.
— St. Augustine