Farmville Church of Christ 1401 Milnwood Road Farmville, VA 23901 US

Welcome to Farmville Church of Christ

Welcome to Farmville Church of Christ

Welcome to Farmville Church of ChristWelcome to Farmville Church of Christ


  • Welcome to Farmville Church of Christ!  We are excited to tell you about the various ministries that make up this church body.  You will find our church family loving, caring and supportive.  With wonderful worship, meaningful bible studies, youth groups, young adult groups, and senior adult outreaches, it would be a privilege to have you join us.  Together we can fellowship and praise the Lord Jesus Christ, and make a difference in the community in which we live.

What We Believe

We believe that Jesus is the Christ---the Son of the Living God, who came to earth in human flesh, born of a virgin, lived a perfect sinless life, died as a sacrifice for our sins, raised from the grave and is enthroned in Heaven and will some day come back to receive His own.   We accept the Bible as the written Word of God and final authority in our lives.   Salvation comes by placing complete trust in Him as Lord and Savior, turning away from sin to live for Him and being baptized into Christ that we may exhibit God's Holy Spirit in our new found life.


“There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.  If you belong to Christ, then you are Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise.”

Galatians 4: 28, 29

“Some Jewish males greeted each new day by praying ‘Lord, I thank you that I am not a Gentile, a salve, or a woman.’  The role of women was enhanced by Christianity.  Faith in Christ transcends these differences and makes all believers one in Christ.  Make sure you do not impose distinctions that Christ has removed.  Because all believers are his heirs, no one is more privileged than or superior to anyone else.  It’s our natural inclination to feel uncomfortable around people who are different from us and to gravitate toward those who are similar to us.  But when we allow our differences to separate us from our fellow believers, we are disregarding clear Biblical teaching.  Make a point to seek out and appreciate people who not are just like you and your friends.  You may find that you have a lot in common with them. The original promise to Abraham was intended for the whole world, not just Abraham’s physical descendants (see Genesis 12:3).  All believers participate in this promise and are blessed as children of Abraham.”