In several parts of SC, hundreds of families remain either displaced or living in damaged homes in the wakes of both the historic 2015 floods and Hurricane Matthew in 2016. Disaster work is still ongoing and in our state.
Now we are faced with widespread devastation from Hurricane Harvey that has wreaked havoc and destruction to East Texas and Louisiana.
Here is what the United Methodist Church is asking us to do:
Check out our sermon series for August called "What A Character!" You won't want to miss these captivating sermons sometimes told through first person narative of a Bible Character!
August 6 Jonah: “I Would Rather Die Than Live!”, Jonah 1: 1-3, Rev. Joel Jones
August 13 Summer missioners share their experiences of being the hands and feet of Christ.
August 20 “Brother Andrew”, John 6:1-13, Rev. George Riser
August 27 “Rubies, Diamonds & Pearls”, Proverbs 31:10-31, Luke 10:38-42, Rev. Michelle Cockcroftdit.
We have a few special services in addition to our regular services durning Holy Week. Also join us for an Easter Egg hunt on Saturday April 15.
Ash Wednesday Worship Services
March 1, 12:15 pm & 7:00 pm in the Santuary
Join us at one of these services of prayer and imposition of ashes as we begin the 40 Day Journey of Lent. In this service we recognize life as a precious gift from God. We recognize our mortality, repent of our sins, and return to our loving God. We may make resolutions and commit to change our lives over the next forty days so that we might be more like Christ
March 1-April 5, 12:15- 1:15 pm
Come and experience one hour of worship, fellowship and a light lunch on Wednesdays during this Holy Season. One of our pastors or youth director will lead a brief reflection each week based on the theme “Faith in Classic TV.” Worship begins at 12:15 in the Fellowship Hall with a light lunch (donation accepted).