Your First Visit to St. Giles
What should I expect in worship?
The Sunday worship service at St. Giles begins at 10:30am in the sanctuary, with a traditional, casual service that typically lasts about an hour.
For more information about our worship service, click here.
How do I get to St. Giles?
St. Giles is located at the corner of Hudson Road and Devenger Road in the Eastside of Greenville. We have ample parking surrounding the buildings of our campus.
What should I wear?
There is no dress code for worship at St. Giles! Some men wear suits/jackets with ties, while many others where polo shirts and khakis. Some women wear dresses/skirts, while many others wear casual slacks. Dress comfortably, and know that you are welcome here.
Will my children be welcomed?
St. Giles loves the energy and joy of children in our midst! You'll find a "Worshiping with Children" brochure in the pew rack of every pew. Children are always welcome to join us in worship, but there are several other age appropriate opportunities available, also:
Are there any educational opportunities?
Sunday School classes for all ages begin at 9:15am most Sunday mornings (September-May). During the summer months, St. Giles offers several special summer series for adults. If you have questions or would like more information about our classes, contact Rev. TJ Remaley.
For more information about our Faith Formation opportunities, click here.
What do Presbyterians believe?
“In life and in death, we belong to God. ... In gratitude to God, empowered by the Spirit, we strive to serve Christ in our daily tasks and to live holy and joyful lives, even as we watch for God’s new heaven and new earth praying, ‘Come, Lord Jesus.'” – Excerpts from "A Brief Statement of Faith."
To read more about Presbyterian beliefs, click here.
To read A Brief Statement of Faith (one of our confessional documents), click here.
How can I learn more about St. Giles?
How do I join St. Giles?
We welcome you to join us for worship, as well as the many other activities and programs of our congregation. We hope that, as you participate in our ministries, you will get a feel for the rhythm of this place and experience the mission to which we've been called.
Several times each year, our pastors host an Inquirers' Luncheon following worship for visitors who would like to learn more about St. Giles with a view toward joining our faith community.
For more information about becoming a member of St. Giles, please contact our pastors.