We gather each Sunday at 10:30am.

Sunday mornings are a time for the Church, the body of Jesus Christ, to come together in unity for the purpose of worshiping through music, preaching, sharing in communion, and building up of the body of Christ. It is also a time for unbelievers to hear the gospel and observe as we worship and respond to the person and work of Jesus.


Sunday Morning for Kids

Fun and engaging Sunday morning environments for kids are available from nursery through 5th grade.



Why plant a church in Sylvester?

At least 52% of people in Worth County are unchurched. If everyone in Worth County decided to attend church on a Sunday morning, there would not be enough seats in all the existing churches combined to hold everyone.We desire to come alongside other churches in unity to serve Christ and serve others in the Worth County community. 


Where do you meet?

907 E Franklin St in Sylvester, Georgia.


What should I wear?

Dress for services is causal. 


Who holds you accountable?

Greenbriar Church of Sylvester is a campus of Greenbriar Church of Albany. Greenbriar Church Albany currently has five elder pastors who hold each other accountable. This council of elders will also hold the campus pastor of Greenbriar Church Sylvester accountable as he ministers to this body. As a member of the Acts 29 Network, we are held accountable to their five theological distinctives. Ultimately we desire for Greenbriar Church Sylvester to be autonomous (a stand-alone church in the Sylvester community). Until Greenbriar Church Sylvester has enough elders and pastors together to lead the congregation, this body will be connected to Greenbriar Church Albany and will be accountable to their council of elders.


Why start another church? Won’t we be in competition with other churches?

Even though there are many existing churches throughout Southwest Georgia, we believe that most new converts (new believers and followers of Jesus Christ) come from a new church plant. Research shows that 60%-80% of new converts come from new church plants. We do not desire to be in competition with any other churches.  Studies also demonstrate that new church plants have a tendency to give fresh spiritual vitality to a community – including already established churches. This is our desire: to give but never to take away.