Faith is the only Presbyterian Church USA to serve Rincon, GA and Effingham County.
The congregation is a member of the Savannah Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A.
"Serving Effingham County, GA and beyond!"
Correspondence may be sent to:
P.O. Box 1014
Rincon, GA 31326
Reverend Mary Beene, Pastor
We welcome all to worship with us! If you are not active in a church home in Effingham County, GA., we invite you to consider joining our fellowship and sharing in this ministry of Christ here with us. Our prayer is that all who worship God in this place are enriched and blessed by Him.
All Are Welcome At
Faith Presbyterian Church, USA
2000 Lexington Avenue
Rincon, GA 31326
All of our Services are intimate and experiential -- you never know when there might be a talk-back sermon or a monolog, a time for renewal of baptism or a special activity. But if you've been Presbyterian before, you'll still recognize it all -- liturgy and even hymns you love.
Dress is casual -- jeans are o.k. -- but so is your Sunday best if that's what you prefer. Our goal is to worship God: to create a space where we can experience God's presence, thank God for the love that surrounds us, laugh and cry together, and to give God the glory for it all. Instead of a performance, worship at Faith is a chance for every person to participate in glorifying God and lifting up the name of Jesus so that everyone in our community and our world can hear it. Plan to stay afterwards for a light luncheon -- we like to boast that no one ever leaves hungry.
Bible Study 9:30 am
Worship 10:30 am
Fellowship in the social hall after worship service.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is working with impacted mid councils to bring God’s hope and healing to all affected by flooding. Gifts from One Great Hour of Sharing are helping Presbyterian congregations as they reach out to their affected communities to provide emergency items like water, food and other urgent supplies to neighbors in need. Members of the PDA National Response Team (NRT) have been helping with assessments, connecting with long-term recovery groups, and serving as a present witness of the larger church during this difficult time.
The needs for the response are great. God’s people are once again
called on to stand in the “GAP”—
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