The mission of Lloyd Presbyterian Church is to faithfully learn of and witness to the transforming love and good news of Jesus Christ, making disciples through a multicultural congregation that stands for justice and peacefully resists poverty, racism, sexism, discrimination, and violence.
Lloyd Presbyterian church has born witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ and sought to be an outpost of the kingdom of God since 1870.
The church is believed to be named after abolitionist, William Lloyd Garrison. With support from missionaries and First Presbyterian Church of Winston Salem, Lloyd began as part of a national movement to establish African American Presbyterian churches after the Civil War.
The sanctuary was constructed by the congregation between 1890 and 1907. It is the oldest historically African American church worshiping in its original building and location in Forsyth County, North Carolina. It is the only example of carpenter-built Gothic architecture in Forsyth County. It was recognized as a historic site in 1998, and received a National Register of Historic Places designation.
Lloyd is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and Salem Presbytery. The multicultural and multigenerational congregation shares the heritage of the Reformed Tradition and is ecumenical in Spirit.
Church Women United Prayer breakfast. Sunday, August 16 at 9:00. See PDF flyer for more details.
Fundraiser for Sister2Sister International Outreach, Helping Rev. Purity Ruchugo go to Kenya in September 2014. The purpose is to support women and children in the feeding and microfinance program and for the future building of a children’s home near Nairobi. The fundraiser will be August 28th at Lloyd Presbyterian Church from 7 to 9pm. Body wraps for better health and fitness will be offered for $25.00 — $10.00 of which, will go to the ministry.
Presbyterian International Peacemaker, Rev. Nicole (Nicqi) Ashwood coming to Lloyd Sept. 19-23. Nicole is a minister working with the Caribbean and North American Council for Mission. Rev. Ashwood will be our homecoming preacher at Lloyd on Sept. 21, 2014 at 1:00. Nicole welcomes conversations related to Christ’s peace.