Fairgreen Presbyterian Church

Presbyterian Church, Church, Traditional, Worship, Mission and Outreach Toledo, OH
Fairgreen Presbyterian Church

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3220 W Laskey Rd
Toledo, OH 43613-3044



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Who We Are

The Fairgreen Church is a CHRISTIAN church.
We look to God's Word. We seek to know Jesus - His teaching, His example, His power, His compassion. We desire to be faithful to Him.

About Us

Traditional Liturgy

Community Service, Children's Ministry, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Preschool, Food Pantry

Traditional Hymns, Contemporary, Praise and Worship

Presbyterian (PCUSA)





Our Services

What are services like?
Our worship is semi-formal, meaning that we worship God respectfully without worrying about a dress code or strict formality. Our worship center is both traditional yet contemporary, with a beautiful 1965 design that communicates that you are in a worship environment designed to bring out the best in you as you offer the best in you to God.

What is the community like?
We are a Missions Outreach and we are involved in our community.

What if I'm not a Christian?
We welcome all those who are not Christians or those who are seeking to become a Christian with open arms and open hearts.

Leadership View all

William Dunifon
Senior Pastor

Bill was born in Columbus, Ohio, but the family tired of Columbus winters. Bill did most of his “growing up” in Ft. Lauderdale, where the family lived for 35 years. During a summer vacation from college (Stetson University) Bill, along with dozens of others, got a job as an “extra” in a couple of beach movies. After two years active duty in the Army Artillery, Bill followed the “call” inspired by Roy Burkhart and Sam Orlandi and migrated to Princeton Seminary. His first parish was in Howell, Michigan, where he met some professors from the University of Michigan during a series of workshops offered by the church for parents and teens.He was invited to a doctoral program at Michigan where he taught grad students and served as an assistant dean. During his time at Michigan he got to know Bo Schembechler and a few other coaches through his work as a dean. So, the original Ohio State kid turned out of to a longtime Michigan partisan and great fan of college sports. In general, this was a natural evolution as Bill was the sports editor for his college paper and had a sports radio show.

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