We believe that God loves everyone.  Our faith is centered in Christ, and His example of loving service compels us to live our faith.  We do this by creating a caring community where all are welcomed and encouraged to join in worship, outreach, and mission work both near and far.


Our Home, Our Future Capital Fund Campaign

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Sunday Services

Contemporary Service 9:00 a.m.

Traditional Worship 11:00 a.m.

Sunday School 11:00 a.m.

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2312 Greenfield Rd, Berkley, MI 48072
Office: 248-544-1800
Email: gpcoffice(at)wowway.com

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Greenfield Events

Bowls of Hope Fundraising Dinner

November 19 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Names for the Messiah: An Advent Study

November 29 @ 9:40 am - 11:00 am

JOY Group Ford House Tour and Lunch

December 1 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm


Whether you missed church, need to listen to a particular sermon again because it spoke to you so much, want to share a sermon with a far-away friend, or are considering coming to Greenfield but want a sample of what you’re likely to hear Sunday morning, our sermon library has you covered.

Children’s Ministries

Greenfield Presbyterian cares deeply about families.  We want children to know and love Jesus, and we believe that there are many ways to achieve this: arts and crafts; hearing Bible stories; singing songs and playing games.  Moreover, we want children to feel like they belong, not only in our building, but as important members of a community that cares about them and the world in which they live, both near and far.


2017 Food Pounding

“Food Pounding” is Greenfieldese for our annual holiday food drive!  This year food will be collected at the church during worship services on Sunday, November 12.

Click this link to get a printable copy of our food pounding shopping list.

Christmas Cantata

The Chancel Choir is taking on a new project this year, and we are looking for experienced singers who would like to join us for this special event.

“What Sweeter Music; A Festival of Carols” is a sumptuous feast of Christmas Carols plus several songs from the pen of one of this generation’s master composers—-Mark Hayes. The joyous “Opening Medley” sets the stage for the many exceptional moments to come from a powerful setting of the “Magnificat” to the charming “Cradle Medley.” Male and female narrators share the beloved Christmas story and the congregation will join us on several of the familiar songs.

“What Sweeter Music, A Festival of Carols” will be presented Sunday, December 3 at the 11:00am service. Rehearsals will be held on Thursday evenings at 7:15, and because of our limited rehearsal time, we will be asking for everyone to do their homework to keep rehearsals at a minimum.

If you are interested in joining the Christmas Cantata Choir, please see Dianne Cragg for more information.

Upcoming Adult Education: Names for the Messiah

In Isiah 9:6, a divine utterance is given to us using four royal titles: Wonderful Counselor; Mighty God; Everlasting Father; Prince of Peace.  In this study, we will ponder each title, how the people understood it then, and how Jesus did or did not fulfill that title.

The author, Walter Brueggemann, is Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Seminary, an ordained Presbyterian Pastor, and the author of dozens of books.

Wednesday morning and evening classes are available.  The series starts on November 29, continues on December 6, and wraps up on December 13.

Morning conversation begins with meditative prayer at 9:40, and class at 10:00.

Our evening group begins at 7:30 pm.

We would love to hear from you!