Fellowship Bible Church is a non-denominational Reformed Baptist congregation worshipping in the North Main St. area of Greenville since 1992.
Our worship facility is the former Temple of Israel synagogue, which we believe is the oldest synagogue in Greenville, dating from 1928. Worshipping God in a former synagogue reflects our understanding as New Covenant worshipers whose faith heritage flows from the Old Covenant community of Judaism. Therefore we strive, by God’s grace and the leading of the Holy Spirit, to enrich our understanding of God and of the great salvation He has wrought through the whole counsel of Scripture – the New Testament shedding light upon the Old, and the Old Testament deepening the rich colorful hues of the New.
In addition to consciously incorporating both testaments into our Bible teaching and preaching, we also employ metrical Psalms as well as hymns and Scripture songs in our Worship in Song.
Our service on Sunday mornings begin with a time of prayer, teaching and discussion at 9:30 a.m. Adults meet in the Fellowship Hall area on the lower level while the middle and high school students meet in one of the smaller classrooms. Nursery and pre-school classes are provided for Sundays.
Following the first hour, we move to a time of continued worship with corporate prayer, singing and preaching of God’s Word in our upstairs area. The first Sunday of each month we conclude the service with Communion and a congregational luncheon.
We meet at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday evenings for a time of worship in song, prayer, and hearing the Word proclaimed.
Fellowship Bible Church holds Systematic Theology classes on Thursday evenings at the church building. The classes are seasonal and continue for 12 to 16 weeks. These classes begin at 7 p.m. and meet for 90 minutes. To obtain a schedule of these classes please call the Church Secretary, e-mail one of the elders, or inquire through our Contact page.