Building Christ-centered Families in Greenville, SC

2220 State Park Rd.Greenville, SC 29609

(near the entrance to Paris Mtn. State Park)


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Come worship the Lord and grow with us! GCF is a church that worships God in Spirit and truth and is committed to the teaching of the Bible as the infallible and inerrant Word of God.

We recognize that Christ is the Head of the Church, and prayerfully seek His will as we commit to carrying out Christ’s Great Commission to spread His glorious salvation to the ends of the earth.

Greenville Christian Fellowship

Sunday Services (limited)

  • Normal Schedule:
  • - Sunday School: 9:45 am
  • - Morning Worship: 10:45 am
  • - Evening Worship: 6 pm
  • First Sunday of the Month:
  • - No Sunday School
  • - Morning Worship: 10 am (followed by church family lunch)
  • - No Evening Worship

Weekday ministries (limited)

  • Mondays
  • - Ladies’ Prayer Meeting: 10 am
  • Wednesday Nights
  • - Prayer Service (Adults): 7 pm
  • - Thrive Youth (Middle and High School): 7 pm
  • - Children’s Good News Club: 7 pm (September – April)
  • Thursdays
  • - Men’s Bible Study: 7 pm

General Info

The first Sunday of every month is our Agape Sunday. It affords us additional time to worship by partaking of the Lord’s Supper together, and to fellowship through a lunch together after the service. You are invited to join us for this lunch.

Various get-togethers and activities occur throughout the week, and they tend to be loosely determined by age. Nursery is provided during all Sunday and Wednesday services.

Our Iron-Sharpening-Iron ministry pairs individuals together on a monthly basis to encourage one-on-one fellowship and prayer time between people who might not ordinarily interact outside of Sunday services.

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Church Staff

Randy Cook

Senior Pastor

Pastor Cook has been serving God at Greenville Christian Fellowship since 1996, after pastoring a church in Greenwich, N. J., for 15 years. Originally from Phenix City, Ala., he earned his bachelor’s degree from Philadelphia College of the Bible, while serving as an associate pastor in a local church. He then attended Biblical Theological Seminary for two years.

Pastor Cook and his wife, Vicki, have been married for 40 years, and the Lord has blessed them with 10 children and 17 grandchildren, whom they love dearly. Psalm 127 characterizes their ministry together: “Except the LORD build the house, they labor in vain that build it.”

Eva Cook

Administrative Assistant

Eva Cook is an invaluable asset in the church office, preparing materials for Sunday and Wednesday services, editing and uploading recorded messages, and generally keeping things running. She graduated from The EI School of Biblical Training in 2012, with an associate degree in biblical studies.

Eva joined our staff as the administrative assistant in August of 2015 and married her husband, Ben, in April of 2016. They have both been involved with children's ministry for several years, including church activities and after-school Bible clubs. They enjoy a variety of activities ranging from hiking to playing board games with friends.

What Greenville Christian Fellowship Believes

This is not an exhaustive doctrinal statement of our complete theology, nor is it our constitution or bylaws document. It is simply a statement of our core beliefs of the Gospel, of what it means to belong to the body of Christ, and how that is fleshed out in our church life:

  1. We believe God, who created the entire universe, is deserving of perfect obedience and wholehearted worship from every human individual, and He has made this right clear to everyone on earth.
  2. Every person is born a sinner and has sinned against the perfectly righteous, holy God who created them, and is without excuse for their sin.
  3. Jesus Christ is the Son of God and was fully incarnated on earth, now in heaven. He is the perfect expression of who God is. He is not a created being, having always existed as God, equal to the Father and Holy Spirit, while also being fully human.
  4. Jesus Christ was born of a virgin mother, herself a sinner, and lived a perfectly righteous life that fulfilled His requirement of perfect obedience. He died an innocent Man, condemned for the sin of every human ever to live, and was buried a few hours later.
  5. Jesus Christ rose from the dead on the third day after His execution, vindicating Him of any and all charges of sin.
  6. Whoever places their personal trust in Jesus Christ’s death as a perfect substitute on their own behalf, and in Christ’s literal, physical, resurrection from the dead, is freed from both the punishment and power of sin.
  7. Every genuine believer has the Holy Spirit living in them and is therefore able and responsible to obey God’s commands, by His enabling grace.

Because Scripture clearly teaches that all genuine Christians (those who hold to the Gospel Essentials as described above) are members of the body of Christ, we do not have an official “Membership Policy” as such. Instead, we recognize as belonging to our Fellowship those who:

  1. Profess to believe the essentials of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, as described above, so that they are named a brother or sister
  2. Attend Greenville Christian Fellowship
  3. Endeavor to walk in the Spirit in order to live a consistent Christian testimony

Because the Lord Jesus Christ places a responsibility upon all true Christian churches to hold one another accountable to obeying and honoring Him in their conduct, we actively practice church discipline according to Matthew 18. When a brother or sister of GCF habitually practices sin, we attempt to help him or her by implementing Matthew 18 as follows. We will endeavor to approach this whole process with prudence, aiming to confirm all things according to truth.

  1. Any believer within the Fellowship will talk privately with the one observed sinning. They will explain why the action or lifestyle is sinful according to God’s Word. If the one sinning repents, the conversation will remain private.
  2. If, after genuine private attempts to help the one sinning to see their sin in light of Scripture, they still refuse to acknowledge the actions as sinful or to demonstrate a repentant heart, two or three believers in the Fellowship will attempt to correct them together. If the one sinning repents, the conversation will remain private.
  3. If, after genuine attempts by this group, the one sinning remains unrepentant and entrenched in sin, the group will bring it to the elders. After confirming all things as best as possible, the elders will bring the matter to the attention of the people of the church, who will then deal with the person’s sin and restoration publicly and as a whole.


We're located at 2220 State Park Rd. Greenville, SC 29609 just before the entrance to Paris Mountain State Park.