Roebuck Presbyterian Church

Welcome to Roebuck Presbyterian Church (PCA).
We hope you come visit us soon.

Morning Worship - 10 am

Sunday School is at 9 am.
We meet for worship every Sunday Morning at 10:00 am.

Sunday night worship is at 6 pm, and the Sunday night youth group meets at the same time.


For further information about our church, including recordings of our services, see our Facebook page.



Nursery available for children 3 and under.
Children’s Church offered for children first grade and under.

Roebuck PCA

Roebuck PCA is a member congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), a conservative, Bible-believing denomination.

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Our worship services are as follows:
9:00 AM: Sunday School
10:00 AM: Morning Worship
Nursery available for children 3 and under
Children’s Church offered for first grade and under
6:00 PM: Evening Worship and Youth Group

For further information about our church, including recordings of our services, see our Facebook page.

Sermons are being podcast on Apple Podcasts


2179 E. Blackstock Rd.
Roebuck, SC 29376


Mailing Address:
PO Box 284, Roebuck, SC 29376

Greeting from the Pastor

Welcome to Roebuck Presbyterian Church. Established in 1891, Roebuck Presbyterian Church continues to this day by God’s grace as a witness to the Good News of salvation through Jesus Christ. When you worship with us, you will be blessed by hearing the reading and preaching of the Bible that focuses on God’s work in Christ. We infuse all of our worship with Scripture, from the opening call to worship to the final benediction. We are also a body that loves to fellowship with one another, and we trust you will know that love when you visit us. Please contact us (see below) if you have any questions!

Pastor Richard Winston

This week’s bulletin:
This week's catechism:

This week's catechism:

What does God require in the fifth commandment? That I show all honour, love, and faithfulness to my father and mother and to all those in authority over me, submit myself with due obedience to their good instruction and discipline, and also have patience with their weaknesses and shortcomings, since it is God’s will to govern us by their hand.
The Heidelberg Catechism 104

What does it mean to pray, “Hallowed be thy name”?
First Catechism 115

Richard is the senior pastor at Roebuck Presbyterian Church. Richard was installed at RPC in October 2015 and loves the congregation and ministry here. Richard is married to Beth and they have two children, Ben and Grace. Richard earned a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities at Bob Jones University (2004), a Master of Divinity at Geneva Reformed Seminary (2008), and a PhD in New Testament at Central Baptist Theological Seminary (2015). Richard enjoys reading, sports, and spending time outdoors.

Richard Winston

Senior Pastor, Roebuck PCA

We have six ruling elders at RPC. Ruling elders are shepherds and overseers of the congregation. They exercise leadership in evangelism, discipleship and protecting the doctrine and practice of the church. Our ruling elders are Rik Hollifield (Stated Clerk), Wade Bruce, Aaron Fulmer, Tom Lindsey, Donald McAbee and E. L. Outz.

RPC Session

We have five deacons at RPC. Deacons set an example of charity, benevolence, stewardship and friendship, and have responsibility for the care of the church property. Our deacons are Phillip McArthur (Chairman), Lee Amick, David Hunter, Jonathan McAbee and Eddie West.

RPC Diaconate

Joan McAbee leads our choir, Ava Hughes serves as our pianist, and Nancy Smith is our organist.
Ministry of Music

Roebuck Presbyterian PCA

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