We are Reformed in our theology and practice and always reforming in our thinking and learning. Should you come to worship with us you will be our “guests,” not visitors. We will seek to be “hosts” who greet you and make every effort to make you comfortable while allowing you room to experience the “presence” of God-in-Christ during the worship hour. We are part of the shrinking “progressive” religious middle seeking to practice a radical hospitality based on our understanding of the way Jesus welcomed all kinds of people. He ate with “sinners,” welcomed children, who were not valued in his day, and talked with and healed women who counted even less in his culture.
The church described in the New Testament bears little resemblance to the “like-minded’ congregations found all over our land. Jesus’ congregation was rich and poor, slave and free, strong and weak, women and men. Lots of those who followed him were “outcasts” in the society in which he lived. If you think you could tolerate that kind of crowd, we would be glad to welcome you to Landrum Presbyterian Church.