“Ordinary people doing ordinary things with Gospel Intentionality….”

- Tim Chester and Steve Timis


Mercy is a thread that God weaves throughout His entire Biblical story.  God is merciful to His people, and, in response, He calls His people to reflect Him by being merciful to each other and to their neighbors.  

Faithful to Our Church


Faithful in Our City

Faithful to Our Families


Faithful in Our Vocations

We believe that the message of the Apostle Paul to the Corinthian church - “For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich.” – is a message that finds its fullest impact when both proclaimed and displayed.  We pray that our proclamation and display of this message of mercy would bring great hope to our neighbors and great glory to God.


For more information about mercy ministry, please contact Alexandra Gaskins

We continually encourage our congregation to love one another and our neighbors outside the four walls of CPC as we go about our daily lives. This is a Biblically sound philosophy of ministry and one that recognizes the work of Christ at the center of all things. We want to be ordinary people doing ordinary things with Gospel intentionality. In other words, loving the city is not a program. It is not something added on to other church activities. Loving our city is the natural outworking of being a people who are being loved by God. We also support missionaries who go to preach the Gospel in local, domestic, and foreign settings.


For more information about local and foreign missions, please contact Jeremy Stewart

 When East Carolina University was established in 1907, it changed the future of Greenville, NC. Over the next century, Greenville transformed from a tobacco market into a regional educational, research, and medical hub. Now enrolling over 28,000 students and employing over 5,000 workers, ECU remains integral to the culture and economy of Eastern North Carolina.

At Christ Pres we want to see ECU continue to flourish because we want to see Eastern North Carolina flourish. Many in our church work or study at ECU, and we are constantly looking for ways to serve the campus, students, and faculty/staff. We also support campus ministries that seek to serve and support ECU students: RUF (Reformed University Fellowship), Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ) and Young Life.