Who We Are
Clemmons Presbyterian is a congregation seeking to be faithful to Scripture and responsive to God’s Spirit, living out our calling as disciples in every aspect of our daily lives. We hope that we are no more “Christian” in worship than we are at work, at school, at home or at play.
We welcome into our family men, women, teenagers, boys and girls from a wide variety of locations, backgrounds, interests, concerns and commitments. Out of our diversity we search for unity through our worship, service and fellowship. As a Christian community, we commit ourselves to one another as we seek to be faithful to God through our lives of faith and action.
Clemmons Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA), the church which came into being through the reunion of the old Northern and Southern Presbyterian Churches in 1983. We are one of 137 churches that make up Salem Presbytery, one of the five Presbyteries in the state. Through our denomination and Presbytery we offer a Presbyterian witness to Christ and the grace of God in North Carolina, the mid-Atlantic and around the world.
Our 550 plus members are served by a pastor, an associate pastor, and a part-time educator, director of music and organist in addition to our office manager and administrative assistant. We are led and governed by a Session (board) of 15 Elders elected by the membership. The congregation attracts members from a three county area, all united in their desire to serve God and their neighbors in the Presbyterian tradition within a vibrant and growing community of faith.