Greenville, Ohio, USA

Elder D. Ray Tinsman, Pastor

Greetings from the Pastor

Welcome to the congregation at Greenville, Ohio. It has been my privilege to pastor God’s people here since 1998.

I was born and raised across the Indiana state line in the little town of Farmland. At the age of 13, I was converted at a gospel meeting of the Church of God in Union City and the Lord called me to preach when I was 15 years old in December 1991. Since then I have travelled all over the world in Europe, Asia, Africa, and across North & South America, preaching the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. The congregation started in Fairborn, Ohio with a few families in the late 1980’s. We bought our first building in Huber Heights on Old Troy Pike in 1990. We outgrew that building as people got saved and the Lord added to the congregation. In 2005 we moved to our current building in Greenville.

My burden and our mission is to help the lost, reach those that are caught up in the worldly society around us, and those that have been injured and hurt. We extend a warm welcome to visit our services, especially to those that are seeking truth, a real experience of salvation, radical young people, and restored families of all ages. There are detractors that have attempted to disparage our unity but our congregation is a thriving, vibrant force for God in this community and I urge you to come and see for yourself. I look forward to see you at one of our services soon!

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Meeting Times

Sunday:
9:30 AM Sunday School for all ages
10:45 AM Morning Service
5:00 PM Evening Service

Wednesday
7:00 PM Midweek Service

Upcoming Events

Sep 3–9, 2018Youth Meeting on Mackinac Island, MI, USA
Sep 24–30, 2018Fall Campmeeting, West Milton, OH, USA

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Church of God Academy

About Greenville

Greenville is the historic location of Fort Greeneville, which was built in 1793 by General Anthony Wayne’s soldiers during the Northwest Indian War. Named for Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene, its defenses covered about 55 acres (220,000 m2), which made it the largest wooden fort in North America. Two years later, the Treaty of Greenville was signed at the fort on August 3, 1795, bringing an end to the Indian wars in the area and opening the Northwest Territory for settlement. Fort Greenville was abandoned in 1796, and the town Greenville soon grew up on the site.

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5065 State Route 49
Greenville, Ohio, USA 45331