Lord’s Day Worship 10am & 5pm | 318 Hillcrest Dr, Greer, SC 29651       Get Directions

Living Hope Presbyterian Church
growing in grace together

Living Hope Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Bible Presbyterian Church, and exists for Christ’s glory in Greer, SC. Our mission is growing in grace together. We believe that man’s purpose is to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever.

Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! According to his great mercy, he has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. – 1 Peter 1:3

The Bible Presbyterian Church (BPC) was established in 1937 as a denomination committed to the glory of Christ, the sufficiency of the Bible as God’s Word, and the spiritual mission of the church to proclaim the gospel at home and abroad. For more information about the Bible Presbyterian Church, visit bpc.org.

What can you expect when you visit Living Hope Presbyterian Church in Greer? Through His enduring Word, God calls us into worship. Christian worship is marked by joy, reverence, spiritual depth, and community. We seek to worship the Triune God of the Bible by approaching the Father, through the Son, and by the Holy Spirit. Our worship is easy to follow, focused on Christ, and filled with Scripture. From the songs to the sermon to the order of the service, you will be able to understand what is going on and what is being said. We are committed to being a gospel ministry resource to the people of Greer and the surrounding area, and we are careful not to put up any barriers to the clear proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ. You are invited to join us for Lord’s Day worship at 10AM and 5PM.

As a confessional church in the Presbyterian tradition, our officers uphold the doctrinal standards of the Westminster Confession of Faith, together with the Westminster Larger and Shorter Catechisms. To be a member of Living Hope Presbyterian Church, you must credibly profess faith in the Lord Jesus Christ alone for your salvation – you need not completely agree with the Westminster Standards mentioned above. For more information about our denomination, please click here.


Growing in Grace Together – This simple mission summarizes and encapsulates all that we do as a church family.


“Growing” – the Christian life is one of movement toward God and away from sin. We are committed to growing in our knowledge of God.


“Grace” – J. Gresham Machen once said, “Christianity is the religion of the broken heart.” Christ came to heal the broken-hearted.


“Together” – there is no such thing as a “Lone Ranger” Christian. God calls us to come together in prayer, singing, learning, and service.


Worship – express devotion to God, His way

Proclamation – present God’s truth with grace

Community – love each other with sincerity

Hospitality – invite neighbors and local friends

Local Commitment – be a gospel resource to Greer

Growth – instruct believers of all ages in biblical faith and practice

We Are Evangelical

“Evangelical” comes from a Greek word which means “good news.” The good news is that God has graciously provided salvation from sin through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We are committed to historic Christian doctrines, including the Trinity, the fully humanity and deity of Christ, Jesus’ substitutionary death and bodily resurrection, and salvation by God’s grace through faith alone. We believe all of this based on the inspiration, authority and inerrancy of the Bible.

We Are Reformed

Our theological distinctives arise from the great, church-altering Protestant Reformation in the 1500s. We are not only Reformed in general, but are Reformed Presbyterian in our theological commitments and practice. We hold strongly to God’s sovereign grace and His covenantal dealings with man.

We Are Confessional

We believe the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms present an accurate, clear, and biblical understanding of biblical doctrine. Having been formed by man, however, these standards are not our ultimate authority, for that authority is found in Scripture alone. But as a confessional church we have a public document declaring for ourselves and the world exactly what we believe.

Living Hope Presbyterian Church

Grace. Growth. Greer.