Parkwood Baptist ChurchStanding Firm on the Book, the Blood and the Blessed Hope
Update to service times for now:
As of Wednesday, June 17th, we are again live-streaming services rather than meeting together at the building.
South Carolina has become somewhat of a Covid-19 hot spot in the nation, and Greenville is somewhat a hot spot in South Carolina. Out of abundance of caution, the pastor and deacons have decided to move back to streaming for a few more weeks. We will meet in the building once everyone agrees it is reasonably safe to do so.
Live-stream services will be at the following times:
- 11:00am Sunday Morning Worship Service
- 6:00pm Sunday Evening Worship Service
- 7:00pm Wednesday Evening Prayer Meeting
Meeting details will be sent out before each service as before and will also be listed on our Live Stream page here as well.
Parkwood Baptist Church meets each Sunday and Wednesday near the entrance of Paris Mountain State Park in Greenville, SC. God’s Word with the hope it offers is the centerpiece of each worship service. We enjoy the King James Version of the Bible and the long-cherished hymns of the faith, and we’d love for you to join us.
What We Believe
At Parkwood, the emphasis is on God’s Word, accurately and perfectly provided by the King James Version of the Holy Bible, which is inspired, infallible and inerrant.
The unofficial motto, “Standing firm on the Book, the Blood, and the Blessed Hope,” is a summary of the ministry, which serves the Upstate as an independent, autonomous Baptist church.
Psalm 119:89 declares that “forever … thy Word is settled in Heaven,” and decades of study have proven the KJV to be without error.
I Peter 1:18-19 states that “Forasmuch as ye know that ye were not redeemed with corruptible things … but with the precious blood of Christ.” The blood cleanses believers of sins past and future.
In Titus 2:11, Paul reminds that the grace of God brings opportunity of salvation to all: “we should live soberly, righteously, and Godly (2:12), “Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Savior Jesus Christ.”