EXPLORE THE EDGE
PLAN YOUR VISIT
When and where?
We have our Sunday service at 10:30am. Come early for coffee and some snacks and to meet some great people in the lobby. Adult, children and preschool will meet at the same time. Check in for children begins at 20 minutes prior to service. Service will finish by about an hour and 10 minutes.
The location is at 506 Edwards Road in Greenville, SC. We are near the Botany Woods neighborhood. If you access it via Wade Hampton, you will turn on to a street called Rushmore, between the Qwik Trip and Kmart. At the end of Rushmore turn left and you will see us on your immediate right.
Our Student Ministry, called Verge, meets at 7:00pm every Wednesday. And yes, we feed them. Verge is a great environment for those that are middle and high school aged.
What will a typical Sunday service look like?
Great question! We’ll be asking that same question each week. Each Sunday will have a very unique thumbprint, including great live music, high-quality videos, a relevant message (you’ll enjoy this way more than you’re expecting), and maybe a few good laughs. We strive to be very creative (as Jesus was) in how we communicate our weekly topics. One Sunday, there may be a painter creating something on a canvas while the band is playing, another week there might be a funny skit or video that sets up the message. We will talk about real-life issues like family, work, sex, money, power. We also believe that God is the creator of joy so it’s okay to smile and laugh at church.
What should I wear?
Whatever you want to wear. Our only dress code is: Please do! You will see a wide range of dress at The Edge, from jeans, t-shirts and flip flops to slacks, skirts and polo shirts.
Do I need to bring a Bible on Sundays?
Nope. We are assuming you don’t have one. All of the Bible verses we use will be printed in clear English on the big screen. If you already own a Bible that you really like, feel free to bring it.
What style of music will you be playing on Sundays?
We’ll be rockin’ with a full band and playing worship tunes that are pretty much the same style as what you would hear on a good radio station. Our music will often be a mix of rock and pop. We will also be covering songs from the radio often that tie in with the topic we are tackling that Sunday. Religious or not, mainstream music is often asking questions about, or suggesting answers to, the spiritual questions that our whole culture is also asking.