Sedgefield Presbyterian Church, a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA), was chartered on October 7, 1956 by Orange Presbytery, with 29 members who met at Sedgefield Elementary School. It moved to the current site in 1960. The preschool was established in 1959 and continues today under the direction of Korina McGill. Our Preschool serves as a valuable outreach to the community (and a good use of our physical facility).

In the early 1990’s, the facility was expanded to include a new sanctuary, more classrooms, a youth room, offices, library, and new parlor. The courtyard created by the new structure was landscaped, and a bell tower and fountain were added in 1999.

Our worship and ministry focuses on the acceptance of Scripture. We share our facilities with a Montagnard congregation, Bunong Alliance Church, and enjoy occasional joint services and events. In 2010 we embraced a new focus of ministry: partnering with Sedgefield Elementary School. This local school has many needs in its diverse population.
Andrew P. Bucior Jr., Music Director
About Us

Romans 12.16-18
Live in harmony with one another; do not be haughty, but associate with the lowly; do not claim to be wiser than you are. Do not repay anyone evil for evil, but take thought for what is noble in the sight of all. If it is possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all.

Some of the churches in our denomination have chosen to exit our denomination because we have taken an inclusive stance toward our neighbors. If you have questions about why it is good to be Presbyterian  please see the document “Why Choose the PC(USA)?” 

We welcome our new Pastor, 
Kim Priddy to Sedgefield Presbyterian!

Kim grew up in North Carolina and received a B.S. in Economics from University of North Carolina, Greensboro.  She worked in the financial sector and married Brent in 1997 and soon after began their family.  She holds a Masters of Divinity from Wake Forest School of Divinity. 

Kim and Brent have three children; Ryan, Brad, and Kate. Their favorite times are those when they are together at the beach. Brent and Kim feel blessed to have raised their children in Greensboro. 

My passion is for our church to fall in love with the God who created us, to grow in our faith, and that our faith lead us boldly to be the Body of Christ in our community.