The Anglican Church of Saint George the Martyr in Greenville, South Carolina is a parish in the Diocese of the Eastern United States, Anglican Province of America. Our presiding bishop is the Most Reverend Walter Grundorf and our cathedral is in Oviedo, Florida.
We use the 1928 American Book of Common Prayer for all our worship, including our Eucharistic liturgies each Sunday morning at 8:30AM, 11 AM and Wednesday at noon. We are a traditional, biblical, and apostolic church, reveling in the rich and reverent heritage of the historic Church of England.
We are nourished by the sacramental grace of Christ, inspired by the fullness of the Holy Spirit, and humbled by the majesty of God the Father. Come and visit any time, or if you have any questions call the parish to speak with our rector, Father Paul Rivard.
NOTE: In light of the current circumstances with COVID-19, all in-person meetings at St. George the Martyr have been limited to 30 people. Please click the appropriate link below to sign up for the service you plan to attend.
Spoken Eucharist – 8:30 AM
Sunday School (Adults and Children) – 10 AM
Sung Eucharist – 11 AM
Women’s Bible Study – 10 AM
Holy Eucharist – Noon
Women’s Bible Study – 7 PM
Men’s Bible Study – 7 PM
We are located off Batesville Road, in Simpsonville, SC.
427 Batesville Rd.
Simpsonville, SC 29681
P: (864) 281-0015
F: (864) 281-0060
What I love about St. George is the caring and loving nature of the congregation. The people are genuinely concerned about each other’s lives, and will do anything it takes to help anyone in need.