South Plains Presbyterian Church is pleased to welcome the Rev. Dr. Laura S. Sugg as its new pastor.
SPPC now offers concurrent 10 AM worship in person as well as on Zoom. COVID protocols will follow local health department advice. For more info, call the church at 434-293-4112 and leave a message.
South Plains Presbyterian Church is a church that welcomes all God’s children.
We seek to become more faithful disciples by studying God’s word, by discussing how these ancient texts speak to the heart of 21st-century issues, and through prayer. We are a prayerful church and encourage prayer in informal ways in our daily lives as we exercise, shop, work and study as well as formal worship through corporate prayer. We seek to follow the lead of the Holy Spirit in both personal and church life.
South Plains offers Sunday School for both adults and children before our traditional worship service in our beautiful, nearly 200-year-old brick sanctuary. There is an established choir with many talented members, as well as extraordinary musicians among the congregants who often lead us in our worship of God in music.
After the worship service, all are encouraged to come to our modern Kirk Hall for coffee, snacks, and fellowship.Pastor's Welcome
A historic church community
We are a Christ-centered church recognized as a congregation that serves God through our worship, teaching, and outreach to the surrounding community and the world.Our History
Our historic sanctuary is located in the pastoral countryside of Keswick and offers a peaceful setting to enjoy our traditional worship services led by our Pastor.Read More
There are several classrooms in the lower level of Kirk Hall with experienced Sunday School teachers who will lead children in a faithful understanding of the Bible.Read More
Since February 2011, more than 130 quilts have been delivered to individuals coping with illness or loss, or on a life journey where God’s comfort was especially needed.Read More
South Plains’ Mission Crafters provide handmade items for distribution through Presbyterian Benevolence Foundation, Church World Service, Habitat for Humanity, and other local, regional, and international programs. All projects are knitted, crocheted, or stitched by members of the South Plains’ congregation and friends of the congregation around the country.Learn More
From the West
Interstate 64 East
Exit 124 for US 250 toward Shadwell/Charlottesville
Right onto 250 East
Left onto VA-22 East
Corner of VA-22 East and Black Cat Road
From the East
Interstate 64 West
Exit 129 for State Road 616 toward Keswick and Boyd Tavern
Right onto Black Cat Road (SR 616)
Corner of Black Cat Road and VA-22