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Guthrie Grove
Church Of God of the Abrahamic Faith

I'm new (or curious) We hope that Guthrie Grove will be a place you feel loved, challenged, and welcome!

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What you can expect

We get it.  Trying to find a church can be hard and intimidating. So, we want to try to give you as much information up front as possible to make it easier to learn if Guthrie Grove is a good fit for you.

We’re a fairly traditional Southern church. We sing hymns with a piano and organ, but we also like to add in some contemporary songs (with guitar) as well. And, we appreciate special music and choirs. We have pews and enjoy socializing after the service.  All in all, we probably look a lot like a church you’d expect.

But, we also like to think that it’s the people singing those hymns and chatting on the steps that really makes Guthrie Grove unique. Usually, we find that people first show up on our door out of curiosity.  But it’s our people that make them come back.

So we hope you’ll darken our door soon!  We’ve got space in our pews for everyone.

Join us for a service

Our Location

403 Guthrie Grove Church Rd.
Pelzer, SC 29669
(864) 947-9717
pastor@guthriegrove.org

Service times

Sundays
10 am – Sunday School
11 am – Worship, Nursery, & Jr. Church
7 pm – Bible Study

Wednesday
7 pm – Bible Study

Opportunities to visit

We have three services each week where you can visit with as much or as little fanfare as you’d like: Sunday morning, Sunday evening, and Wednesday evening.

Sunday morning is our largest weekly service. We meet in the sanctuary at 11am, but people usually start to find their ways into the pews just a few minutes before. If you’re feeling extra ambitious, we also have Sunday morning Bible Study at 10am in the middle wing of the church. We offer nursery and Junior Church for the children during the main service.

Sunday and Wednesday evenings we have a smaller worship and study time for both adults and youth. We usually spend this time studying the Bible and taking a closer look at specific topics that would be helpful to living a life of faith.