The people of South Frankfort Presbyterian Church are fellow travelers in a journey of faith. Toward what end? The goal is to be a “living testimony to God’s love, grace and mercy.”
You can get involved with SFPC through our Sunday worship services, youth activities, women’s circles, outreach to serve needs near and far, choir, and many other programs in the church.
We love having babies and children join us for church. And we have a great youth program.
Please explore our website, call us at 502-227-7175, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and join us for worship and fellowship.
We'd love nothing more than for you to become a fellow traveler!
Grace and peace,
The Rev. Marian M. Taylor
“... so that we may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith, both yours and mine.” Romans 1:12
Rev. Dr. Marian Taylor, Pastor
Cyndy Susan, Office Administrator
Roland Herzel, Organist
Matthew Butterfield, Choir Director
Jo Ellen Seay, Financial Secretary
Jason Shaw, Coordinator, Youth Education and Programs
Katherine Rash, Jessie Penn, and Sarah Tharpe, Child Care Workers
Lee Dempsey, Sunday Chef
BECOME A MEMBER
There are four basic ways to become a member of SFPC:
- By profession of faith in Christ and Baptism (if you have never been baptized or a member of another Christian church)
- If you are a young person in the seventh grade or older, your profession of faith membership can follow a time of instruction and learning called confirmation. (Baptism will accompany the process if you have not previously been baptized.)
- By reaffirmation of faith in Christ (if you have not been actively participating in a church for an extended period of time)
- By transfer of membership from another congregation (if you are a member in good standing of a congregation that transfers memberships).
How do I begin this process? Choose any or all of the following:
- Check the “wish to join this church” box in the friendship registration pads passed in worship. Leave your contact information, legibly written.
- Call the church office. Monday-Thursday, 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 502-227-7401
- Speak with the pastor, one of the elders or one of your friends about your desire to become a member.
- Is that all there is to it? Almost!
- Meet with the Session, the elected leadership council, following worship on the third Sunday of the month. Then be recognized and complete the process (baptism, profession, reaffirmation of faith, membership transfer) during a worship service.
George Seay, Clerk of Session
Diana Andrews, Treasurer, Budget & Stewardship
Alice Delambre, Christian Education
Ann Brooks, Buildings & Grounds
Debbie Wilson, Outreach & Evangelism
Carol Banks, Worship
Jennifer Grisham, Nominating
Bill Kirkland, Personnel
Merritt Shaw, Communications
Kim Penn, Moderator
Melissa Raine, Secretary
Tim Metzger, Treasurer
Anne Colly Rose
Some of the principles articulated by John Calvin remain at the core of Presbyterian beliefs. Among these are the sovereignty of God, the authority of the scripture, justification by grace through faith, and the priesthood of all believers, which means that God is the supreme authority throughout the universe. Our knowledge of God and God’s purpose for humanity comes from the Bible, particularly what is revealed in the New Testament through the life of Jesus Christ. Our salvation (justification) through Jesus is God’s generous gift to us and not the result of our own accomplishments. It is everyone’s job — ministers and lay people alike — to share this Good News with the whole world. That is also why the Presbyterian Church is governed at all levels by a combination of clergy and laity, men and women alike.