Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Friday, March 23, 2018
Feeding the Community, Body and Soul

Welcome to the "Cannonball Church!"
The Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church has adopted and continues to live into the slogan: "Feeding the Community, Body and Soul."  Jesus' ministry was characterized by focus on both the physical and spiritual well-being of those with whom he came into contact, and we strive to reflect that focus.  GCPC has a theologically diverse congregation with members and regular visitors from a variety of faith backgrounds, so we hope you will find yourself at home among the people here.  
Where is the church?
We are located on the corner of Main St. and Church St. in downtown Greeneville, TN.
What time should I arrive?
We have two worship services on Sunday, one at 8:15am in the Chapel (downstairs) and one at 10:30am in the Sanctuary (upstairs).  Our Sunday School classes and small groups meet at 9:30am in various locations throughout the church.
What should I wear on Sunday?
There is no requirement for proper attire in our church, but we understand you might want to know how others dress.  On an average Sunday, you will find men dressed in suits sitting next to others dressed in pants and a golf shirt.  Many women choose to wear dresses, while others wear slacks.  Our 10:30 service tends to be more formal than the 8:15 service.
Where should I park?
You will find reserved spaces for visitors in the parking lot accessed by Church St.  After parking, enter through the covered entrance and follow the signs to the Sanctuary.  Or, you can park on Main St. and enter through any of the doors on the front side of the church.
Will I be pointed out in the service?
No!  We will not ask you to stand, raise your hand or do anything else to draw attention to you when you are visiting.  You will have the option to give us your contact information in the attendance register at the end of your pew if you choose. 
Why do people call this the "Cannonball Church?"
As you pass in front of the church on Main St., look above the front door on the right side and you will see a reminder of how close the Civil War came to Greeneville--a cannonball embedded in the brick wall!