About Our Church
Draper's Valley Presbyterian Church is nestled among pastures and fields in a beautiful valley, surrounded by the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, near the towns of Pulaski and Wytheville in Southwest Virginia. Our church was founded in the 1830's by Presbyterian settlers desiring their own house of worship. In 1983, our congregation overwhelmingly voted to leave the Presbyterian Church in the United States to join the Presbyterian Church in America, a Biblically-conservative, Reformed denomination with a strong commitment to missions and evangelism.
Our church adheres to the ancient standard of faith known as the Westminster Confession and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms. You can read more about our denomination and beliefs at www.pcanet.org.
We hope you will visit and worship with us soon at one of our two traditional morning services, Sunday evening service of study and song or our Midweek Service and Youth Groups. We trust you will find a warm and inviting vital fellowship of believers, hungry to hear the whole counsel of God.
Senior Pastor: Robert E. Davis
Associate Pastor: Roland Mathews
Administrative Assistant: Esther Oglesby
Adult Choir Director: Gina Evans
Accompanist: Linda Hawks
“Pursuing the Glory of God in all things”
So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God (1 Cor 10:31).
Westminster Shorter Catechism: Q1: What is the chief end of man?
A1: Man's chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy Him forever.
We will live for Christ in Christian community by the power and grace of the Holy Spirit, proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Draper's Valley and beyond, so that we might equip others to be His disciples.
We will give ourselves passionately to God in worship, prayer, and service while we study His Word, individually and corporately, in public and private, so that He will glorify Himself in and through us.
We will equip and encourage each other to live joyfully for the praise of God's glory.