Maximo Presbyterian Church
3200 58th Avenue S. St. Petersburg, FL 33712. Worship Service: Sundays @ 10:00 AM Eastern
I really love Maximo so much I cannot express it enough. Very friendly people. They welcomed me when I first visited the church. They get my highest respect.
Maximo choir is phenomenal. Seated on the balcony at the back, they are unobtrusive in worship. Their voices are strong and inspiring. I thoroughly enjoyed my experience with the Maximo choir.
Pastor Bobby's sermons are very relatable to me. I am inspired and encouraged by his message every Sunday. Also, I like that he does not preach from behind the pulpit. He is out there telling the story and making the Bible come alive for me. I love it!
What We Believe
Maximo Presbyterian Church was gathered by God in the southern most part of Pinellas County, in St. Petersburg, Florida. We believe that God has a mission in this area. We also believe God has invited us to become partners in God's mission. These beliefs are anchored in scripture. Our brief history of who we are and what we believe as Presbyterians and Reformed Christians will illuminate this fact.
Presbyterians trace their history to the 16th century and the Protestant Reformation. Our heritage, and much of what we believe, began with the French lawyer John Calvin (1509-1564), whose writings crystallized much of the Reformed thinking that came before him. Read more...
Who We Are
Presbyterians are Christians who believe in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, and belong to the Reformed Faith, a branch of Christianity which takes scriptures seriously, and believes in the sovereignty of God. Historically, this branch of Christianity emerged during the Reformation, about 500 years ago.
While Maximo Presbyterian Church is nearly sixty years old, the larger Presbyterian Church (USA) denomination is much older. For over 200 years, Presbyterians have been responding to the call of Jesus Christ, taking the gospel into all the world and bearing witness to Christ’s saving love to the ends of the earth. Today the Holy Spirit is still on the move, calling us to share in what God is doing in the world. Read more...