Emmanuel Bible Church
Upstate South Carolina

Sunday Worship

Worship With Us


Family Bible Time will resume on January 20th at 9:15 am.

Adults will be together in the auditorium as we consider the question "Have the findings of science altered how we should read Genesis 1 and 2?" In the past decade there has been a resurgence of theistic evolution in the evangelical church. Adherents claim that a scientifically informed reading of Genesis 1-2 shows God using evolution to create all life including humans. Join us for FBT where we will consider these claims in a new 10-week series.

The Young Adult Class (7th-12th grades) this spring will focus on the gospel—how it is the basis of a Christian's relationship with Christ, the ground of a Christian's identity and the motivation for pursuing a relationship with Christ through reading the Bible and prayer.

This will also be the main teaching time for children.

Family Bible Time

9:15 am


Corporate Prayer

10:00 am

Every Sunday morning we meet for a time of corporate prayer. It’s not the only time of the week believers from Emmanuel gather for prayer, but it is the most important time. It’s a time to be intentional about our commitment to pray for one another by entering into each other’s joys and sorrows while obeying Jesus’ command to “watch and pray.” But it’s not just a time for requests and expressions of thanksgiving. Our corporate prayer is also a time to adore God and confess our sins as his people. For one hour every week we add our voices the disciples’ of the first century and cry, “Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11:1 ESV).

Join us and add your voice too.



Corporate Worship

10:45 am

Gathering together for corporate worship every Sunday is the highlight of our week at Emmanuel. It is the exclamation point to the worship overflowing from our hearts all week long. It celebrates the work of Jesus Christ. Our worship always includes times of singing, which help us express our praise to God, encourage each other, and to confess our faith with God's people past and present. Our worship also includes the public reading of Scripture and personal and public prayer, which helps us to confess our sin and to declare his greatness. Finally, our worship culminates with the preaching of God's Word, our supreme standard for faith and practice.