Trinity Tidings January 2019   Volume 33, No. 1
Welcome to our online version of Trinity Tidings.

Upcoming Events at Trinity:

January 6
Communion Sunday

January 9
WNL Resumes

January 13
Ordination and Installation
of Elders and Officers
January 27
One Worship at 10am followed by Annual Congregational Meeting and Luncheon

Chili Cook-Off & Dessert Auction (Youth Missiontrip fundraiser)

Feasting with Friends Kick-Off


Join us on January 27th for One Worship!
All are welcome to join us on
Sunday, January 27th for
One Worship at 10:00am
and our
Annual Congregational Meeting.
 This will be followed by
the Chili Cook-Off and Dessert Auction
to support Trinity’s Youth mission trips !
Trinity Chili Cook-Off and Dessert Auction
It is once again time for the Annual Trinity Chili Cook-off and Dessert Auction! 
Please join us on January 27, 2018, following the 10:00am One Worship service and Congregational Meeting. There will be many varieties of chili, delicious toppings, grilled cheese sandwiches, and fierce competition for Trinity’s Traveling Trophies! Donations will be accepted and all proceeds will support the youth mission trips to Charleston (Middle School) and Nashville (Senior High) this summer.

Following the meal, we will auction off fabulous desserts. Bring your checkbook and be prepared to bid early and often for your favorite desserts!

If you would like to support this youth fundraiser, you can make a crockpot of your favorite chili, whip up your best dessert, or buy some chili toppings (shredded cheese, sour cream, etc.). All donations will be accepted with gratitude! Please watch for the flyer in the bulletin and let us know what you can contribute.

P.S.: If you are currently in possession of a Traveling Trophy, please return it to Terri Luzynski as soon as possible. Your name will be engraved on the trophy before it travels to this year’s winners!
Wednesday Night Live (WNL)
Join us for our regularly scheduled
Wednesday Night Live activities resuming January 9th!
5:30pm WNL Dinner
6:00pm Sounds of Joy (Junior)Choir
6:30pm CWE & Adult Bible Study
6:30pm Chancel Choir Practice

Dear Friends,

2019 is here! Whether we welcome the New Year, or whether we dread its coming - it has arrived. One thing is absolutely certain as we look forward to the coming 12 months; it will bring us unknown challenges and unknown opportunities, unforeseen joys and unforeseen sadness.
Given our cultural custom, all of us have at least thought about making a New Year’s resolution – even if we haven’t actually taken the plunge. The New Year’s holiday is a time for us to pause and take stock of our lives. We take the time to think about who we are. We think about how we would like to see our lives change. We take the time to reflect on the past year’s activities and events in our lives. We take the time to think about what we hope the coming year will bring for us. While it is in fact somewhat arbitrary in that our calendar is a human convention, nonetheless, the turn of the calendar from one year to the next has come to symbolize a clean slate for our lives; a new year, therefore, a chance to change things.
Indeed, the practice of making New Year’s resolutions is quite popular with some. Most resolutions that I am familiar with can be characterized as “negative” in  nature. People want to stop some habit or activity they know is harmful or detrimental to their lives: stop smoking, stop over-eating, give up sweets, stop gossiping about others, stop this or that behavior. Then there are the resolutions that can be characterized as “positive” in nature; start exercising, start spending more time with our loved ones, start to read more, etc. The variety and number of resolutions is as great and numerous as there are people making them. Clearly, not everyone makes a specific New Year’s  resolution, nonetheless, the notion of the New Year as a fresh start is widespread.
Interestingly, while the custom of making a New Year’s resolution is a secular one, in fact, it has its root in our Christian faith and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. For in Scripture, we are promised a “fresh start” as we seek Jesus as our Lord. In Christ, our sin is “remembered no more.” Our culture has borrowed the very idea of a fresh start from Scripture.
So, as we think about this cultural tradition of seeing the New Year as a fresh start, a new beginning, let us be reminded of one of our great joys as Christian disciples: The opportunity to repent of our sinfulness, to receive forgiveness, and to experience a fresh start through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. This is true for us as we first begin our Christian journey, and it is true for us throughout our lives. Through our faith in the risen Christ, regard-less of what time of the year it may be according to the calendar, we always have the chance to turn away from thoughts, desires, and  behaviors, which we know in our hearts are not in accord with God’s will and to walk again along the pathway of our Lord. With God, the offer of a fresh start - of a new beginning - is always on the table for us.
So, as the year 2019 unfolds, as we walk through and experience the joys and the sadness of the human exp-erience of our lives in the coming months, let us remember the Good News brought to us by Jesus Christ; that God is always there for us, waiting for us to turn away from our sinfulness, waiting to extend forgiveness, waiting to receive us once more, waiting for us to return home. Let us always choose to turn, to come home, to embrace the forgiveness that is offered!
Happy New Year,
From the Director of Christian Education & Youth
“Praise the Lord! O give thanks to the Lord, for He is good;
for His steadfast love endures forever.”
                                             Psalm 106:1
As we enter the New Year, our hearts are filled with the peace and joy of the Christmas season.
However, as the winter wears on, our joy often gets buried in the challenges of day to day life and peace seems hard to find. Scripture reminds us that God’s love endures forever. We need to hold on to that promise to keep our Christmas joy alive and well in the coming months. What better way to be reminded of God’s love than to be surrounded by His people on a regular basis? As the New Year begins, I encourage you to find your place in the Trinity family and to resolve to be a regular and active participant in the life of the church. There are Small Groups for everyone, Bible studies, WNL, fellowship groups, and a whole host of other ways to connect, to experience God’s presence, and to refill your cup with joy and the peace of Christ so that you can continue to “Go Tell it on the Mountain.”

In Christ’s service,
Christmas Pageant Postlude
Our children and youth did an amazing job in their presentation of “A Traditional Christmas Pageant!” We were all blessed by their beautiful music and sweet words. 
   Thanks to all who participated: Ava Awtrey, Max Awtrey, Addi Barnett, Aspyn Barnett, Emma Beebe, Jack Beebe, Sophia Bonesso, Adam Clark, Jorja Clark, Emily Clair Farmer, Edwin Furr, Hunter Foster, Cameron Garabedian, Alice Huminski, Ben Huminski, Ella Loftis, Hannah McKay, Lily McKay, Maggy Milliman, Chase Mullis, Mabry Anne Mullis, Mallory Mullis, Elizabeth Pace, Evan Pochard, J.T. Pochard, Gigi Silvia, Anabelle Snow, Elliott Snow, Laurel Stephens, Blair Weikle, Charlotte Weikle, Anna Kate Wingard, Caroline Wingard, and Margaret Wingard. 
Thanks to all our volunteers: Casey Barnett, Katy Beebe, Emily Huminski, Angie Krouse, Kristine Mullis, Nancy Satterfield, John Short, Nancy Simonton. Julie Stephens, Alan Waldrep, and Leslie Weikle.
Thanks to our staff support: Eric Barnhart, Rev. Dr. Marc Mason, Myriam Vest, and Tom Wall, and a very special thank you to Nancy Thompson for her musical leadership and to Lisa Barksdale and the Hand Bell Choir for bringing joy to our program!
You are all awesome!
Feasting with Friends Returns!

Feasting with Friends Kick-Off
Sunday, January 27th, 5:00pm
The Fellowship Committee is excited to resume “Feasting with Friends” this year!

So many of our members have asked for it to return! “Feasting with Friends” is a time of informal fellowship in small groups with others in our church family. It can be as simple or as elaborate as each group would like. You can meet for coffee and cake or you can make a standing rib roast with all the extras! It’s a way for you to get to know other people in the church. 

Here is how it will work. Once you sign up, the Fellowship Committee will place you in groups of 8 or so. We will meet as a whole group for the first time on Sunday, the 27th of January at 5:00pm at the church with heavy appetizers and you will meet your whole group then. Each person or couple will volunteer to take a month and plan the gathering for your group. 

Sign-up sheets will be in Sunday’s bulletins; please sign-up and place the forms in the offering baskets or return them to the office.

Please contact Ryan Huminski for more information at .
Annual Joint Board Meeting
Session/Diaconate Minutes
Members Present : Sherry Ogletree, Dennis Tavernetti, Jeff Burton, Mary Pace, Justin Mullis, Olin Blanton, Dennis Mitchell, Lawrence Garabedian, Bob Lewis and Chuck Verdin
Members Elect: Mark Chapman, Julie Rogers, Brad Pochard, Jeff Burton, Bob Lewis and Jeff Wingard
Members Absent and Excused : Justin Mullis
Diaconate: Nancy Simonton, John Short, Lark Waldrep, Dwight Hammack, and Eric Smith
Members Elect : Chris Marsh, Leslie Weikle and Katherine Christie
Members Absent and Excused : Chris Marsh, Linda Bierbaum, Ryan Huminski, and Jim Capobianco
Opening Prayer and Devotional : Marc Mason opened the meeting with prayer.
Declaration of Quorum : A quorum was declared
Welcome to New Officers/Examinations:
Each new officer was asked to tell one thing learned from the officer training study.
Each new officer was asked why he/she said yes when the nominating committee called.
The current elders were given the opportunity to question the new officers. 
Olin Burton made a motion to accept the new officers. Jeff Burton gave the second and the motion passed.
Ministry Overview 2018
Dr. Mason gave on overview of the church’s ministry during 2018. Highlights of that overview are as follows:
The church will have received, at the end of 2018, 22 new members.
In May 2018, there was a review of the membership of rolls, and as a result of that review, 67 members were removed from the membership rolls. 
In 2018, the church lost 6 members due to death.
In May 2018, the church accepted the resignation of its choir director, Leah Wyman. In January 2018, the church added Terri Luzynski as Director Christian Education and Youth. 
The WNL attendance of youth and children has improved in 2018 (total of approximately 20). There has also been good attendance for Sunday evening’s middle school and high school youth, with approximately 20 youths in regular attendance. 
Church attendance averaged 190 with an average of 73 (35%) at the first service and 122 (65%) at the second service. One Worship average attendance 188. 
Financially, most of the year, the church has run a deficit. It is projected that the church is likely to end the year with a deficit of approximately $10,000.
For the year to date, the building fund contributions have exceeded the mortgage payments. The once a year pledge format campaign related to the building fund has been positive versus the prior three (3) year pledge format.
The step-up drives have raised almost $30,000 for the building fund. The Mothers’ Morning Out (MMO) program is going strong (expects 42 children in January – with a wait list of 2 year olds). The MMO board is exploring the idea of expanding the program from two (2) days a week to three (3) days a week next fall. Because of MMO’s strong volunteers, the program has been able to contribute approximately $5,000 to the building fund thus far in 2018. 
The pledges thus far received for 2019 are at or slightly better than pledges received on this date in 2017 for 2018.    
After the 2018 ministry overview, Jeff Burton made a motion to adjourn the meeting with prayer. Dennis Tavernetti gave the second and the motion passed.
Marc Mason closed the meeting with prayer at 7:18 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Chuck Verdin, Clerk
Marc Mason, Moderator
2019 Session & Diaconate Committee Rosters
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Session & Diaconate Committee Rosters 2019
Discipleship: Julie Rogers
Worship & Music : Jeff Burton
Property & Grounds : Lawrence Garabedian, Dennis Mitchell
Administration & Personnel : Sherry Ogletree, Mark Chapman
Spiritual Development & Evangelism : Brad Pochard
Benevolence & Mission : Dennis Tavernetti
Finance: Mary Pace, Jeff Wingard
Long Range Planning : Bob Lewis
Clerk: Chuck Verdin
Moderator: Marc Mason
Visitation : Jim Capobianco
Evangelism : Chris Marsh, Linda Bierbaum
Fellowship : Nancy Simonton, Ryan Huminski
Congregational Care : Lark Waldrep, Nancy Simonton
Stewardship : Dwight Hammack, Katherine Christie
Secretary : Linda Bierbaum
Chairman : Jim Capobianco
Trinity Presbyterian Church Basketball
January 5
January 12
January 19
January 26
Tea for Friends!

If you would like to join our Trinity team and
deliver welcome packages to our visitors each week,
please contact Chris Marsh
 via text message or phone call at (864) 525-0181.
 We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Small Groups For Everyone!
Sunday Mornings 10:00AM

·  Christianity and Contemporary Issues-  
Discussions relate the messages contained in
Scripture passages to current headlines.
Format: Lecture and interactive
Facilitators: Mary Pace, Annette Taylor and class
members. Meets in Room 203

·  Scripture in the Sitcoms
Classic sitcom episodes will be used as modern  
day parables to teach spiritual truths.  Join this class as they begin the Gilligan’s Island Bible Study.
Facilitator: Denny Mitchell
Meets in the Library, Room 202

·  Trinity Class
The first Sunday School Class created at Trinity 
and has been active ever since. 
Focus: Study of the Bible with the help of the
Standard Lesson Commentary.
Format: Lecture and interactive with class
discussion strongly encouraged.
Teachers: Beauford Williams, Fred Moehlenbrock
and class members.
Meets in the Thorpe Building, Room 105

·  Fellowship Class
Rotates study of the books of the Bible with Christian books that enrich our lives.
Format: Combination of lecture with interactive
discussion, all in a relaxed environment. 
Leadership changes annually with a rotation of    
teachers from our class.
Class Contacts: Theresa Horton, Claudia Burns
Meets in the Thorpe Building, Room 107

·   6th-12th Grades, Led by Terri Luzynski,
   Room 218


·   CWE 4K (before 9/1) through 1st Grade
Led by Robin Blakemore, Ashley Haynes, and
Leslie Weikle in Room 229

·   CWE 2nd through 5th Grades
Led by Allen Clark and Eric Smith in Room 201
Sunday Evenings

5:00-6:00pm Middle School (6th- 8th grade)
Led by Terri Luzynski

6:00-7:00pm Dinner for all youth- McKinney Hall

7:00-8:00pm High School (9th - 12th grades)
 Led by Terri Luzynski

Wednesday Night Live (WNL)
(Resumes January 9th )

5:30pm Dinner
6:00pm Sounds of Joy (Junior) Choir
6:30pm CWE for children in 1st—5th grades
                    Led by Terri Luzynski
6:30pm Chancel Choir Rehearsal
6:30pm Adult Bible Study:
 Call Narratives in the Old Testament: A Look at 
 Prophets and Other Troublemakers
This is a seminar style format encouraging discussion.    
   Led by Rev. Dr. Marc Mason.     
   Meets in the Thorpe Building, Room 107.

Mid-Week Small Group Opportunities

·   Rachel Bible Study (for Women)—Resumes January 8th.
A lesson is presented by one of the participants each week. This group meets at church in the Thorpe Bldg., Room 105 at 10:00am on Tuesday mornings.
Facilitator: Nancy Simonton

·   Men’s Fellowship —Resumes January 10th. Biscuit and coffee breakfast and a devotional, followed by a program including guest speakers from the community as well as members of the group.
Meets 7:30am Thursday mornings in the Thorpe
Building, Room 105; Facilitator: John Burns

Monthly Group
·   Naomi Ladies Group:  Study of a selected series which is moderated by one of the class members. 
Meets on the 4th Thursday of every month at 3pm at members’ homes.
Facilitator: Esther King
Thank You!
Dear Friends at Trinity,
What a great church! I could feel the prayer support throughout this ordeal! Thanks for the exquisite flowers, too … I was surprised when they weren’t just part of what Visitation does, but I realize there are no flowers to break down in December.
Especial gratitude for the prayers regarding potential infection in my heart; I was really ready to come home! I am blessed to be part of this congregation …

Theresa Horton
Dear Trinity Family,
Thank you for the poinsettia and all the other “goodies” I received during the Christmas season. It helped to brighten my day. Please continue to remember me in your prayers. 
Thanks again,                                                                                                         
Yours in Christ,
                                    Linda Rosa
Thank you for the coat donations! This amazing donation will help keep Armstrong students warm so they can receive the education they deserve! Thank you again for thinking of Armstrong Elementary during this holiday season.
Thank you,
Jenny Parrot, LMSW School Social Worker
THANK YOU to the very large group of volunteers who turned out for the "Greening of the Church" back in late November. We had a lot of fun making Trinity look beautiful for the Christmas season. There were also donations of food, the beautiful poinsettias, and other resources that are greatly appreciated!

There was quite a crowd who participated in the "Degreening" last week. Some of the Trinity Youth joined in and made it a truly special event. Both occasions were wonderful times of fellowship at Trinity!   
                                                                                                       The Worship Committe
Dear Trinity Family,
Thank you for your Christmas gift for our family. We give thanks to God for our Trinity church family, and the many blessings we receive as we together serve God in this place.
                                              Blessings, Marc & Leslie
Welcome to Trinity's Newest Members!
Born in Indiana, Naomi Corsini moved to Miami as a young girl. She grew up, married, and welcomed three daughters there. During her late husband’s illness, the family moved to Naples. Naomi, who was a Delta Airlines service rep, LOVES music and served as chair of volunteers for the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra. Now, happily remarried, she and her husband are enjoying being near two of her daughters and their families who live here. Welcome aboard Naomi!
Mary René Kirby grew up near Paris Mountain State Park. An animal lover, she provides shelter and care for multiple animals in need. Mary René also owns and loves three active dogs! After a forty year career as a customer service rep for Patterson Dental, she is enjoying retirement with her sister, Pat Everette; her uncle, Homer Montgomery; and her cousin, Nancy Simonton. Lately she is having lots of fun with a cute two-and-a-half year old neighbor named "Jo." Let’s all give a warm Trinity welcome to Miss Kirby!
Winn Williams was born and raised in northern Virginia. Gwen Williams is originally from Missouri but lived in Washington State and is a graduate of Washington State University. Her career was as a federal government agent, and so was Winn's. They married seven years ago in the beautiful National Cathedral in Washington, DC. Now enjoying their home in The Cliffs, Winn is an active golfer and tennis player. Gwen, an avid swimmer, makes good use of the local pool. Winn, a life-long Presbyterian and an elder, has been involved in mission for fifty years. May you both enjoy your future with Trinity!
Newspapers Needed!
This is a plea for help for the large numbers of kittens and puppies at the Greenville Humane Society. Bedding is needed. Please bring your newspapers (Newsprint only; NO slick pages please!) to McKinney Hall and put them in the box beside the grocery cart. Tom McCorkle will deliver them for us!
Pledges for 2019
Thank you to all who have turned in their 2019 pledges for the operating and building funds. 
If you have not made a pledge but would like to,
pledge cards are available for your use in the Narthex and in the office.
CWE and WNL Children's Programs
WNL will resume from our holiday break on January 9 th , with dinner at 5:30 pm and WNL Children’s Program from 6:30-7:30 pm. We hope that you will join us and bring a friend!
In January, the CWE and WNL life application is SELF-CONTROL: Choosing to do what you should even when you don’t want to.  The lessons are all from the Book of Proverbs and include City with Broken Walls (Proverbs 25:28), Slow to Anger (Proverbs 16:32), Choose Your Words Carefully (Proverbs 12:18), and Too Much of a Good Thing (Proverbs 25:16). The memory verse for the month is “God’s power has given us everything we need to lead a Godly life.” 2 Peter 1:3A, NIrV. Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:00 am for CWE and on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm for WNL. CWE is for children in K4-5 th grade. WNL is for children K-5 th grade.  A nursery is provided for younger children.
YWE - Trinity's Youth Worship Experience
Trinity's youth put their creativity to work as they build nativity scenes from "trash" like cardboard, plastic bottles, paper etc.
YWE meets weekly
on Sunday evenings from 5—8 pm

 5:00-6:00pm Middle School (6th- 8th grades)   
 Led by Terri Luzynski

6:00-7:00pm Dinner for all youth/
McKinney Hall

7:00-8:00pm High School (9th - 12th grades)
 Led by Terri Luzynski
Youth News!
 As one would expect, December was a busy time for Trinity’s Youth! Many of our Youth participated in the Christmas Pageant, we had a great turn-out for the caroling event, and the Christmas Party was crazy fun. We also provided a free afternoon for parents by hosting a Christmas Party for the children. During our Small Group time, we took a closer look at the Christmas story and some of the traditions that have grown around it.

In the New Year, we will take a new look at some familiar Bible passages to explore their meanings in context, rather than as isolated verses. James 1:22, Proverbs 13:24, Jeremiah 29:11, and Philippians will be studied in January. We will also have our first service project of the year at Project Host on Sunday, January 13 th . Please remember that there are only 12 slots available. The sign-up is on the white board in the YWE room.
Here’s January’s calendar:

Jan. 6
5:00-6:00 pm Middle School YWE
6:00-6:30 pm Dinner
6:30-7:00 pm Worship/Announcements 
7:00-8:00 pm Sr. High YWE
Jan. 13
8:30 am-1:30 pm Project Host Service Project
5:00-6:00 pm Middle School YWE
6:00-6:30 pm Dinner
6:30-7:00 pm Worship/Announcements 
7:00-8:00 pm Sr. High YWE
Jan. 20
5:00-6:00 pm Middle School YWE
6:00-6:30 pm Dinner
6:30-7:00 pm Worship/Announcements 
7:00-8:00 pm Sr. High YWE
Jan. 26
6:15 pm Set up for Chili Cook-Off & Dessert Auction
Jan. 27           
Chili Cook-Off & Dessert Auction
Jan. 31
Deadline to Register for Montreat Sr. High Mini-Retreat
(Info will be provided as soon as it is available from Presbytery)
Looking Ahead:
Mar. 15-17
Montreat Sr. High Mini Retreat
Mar. 30
11:00 am-6:00 pm Service Saturday — Thornwell Children’s Home
Peace & prayers,
Trinity Tag Sale Notice
If you are doing any spring cleaning or decluttering after the holidays, please remember that you can donate your gently used items to be used for Trinity’s Tag Sale coming up in June. We have space to store items until the sale, so bring them by the church! Please contact Terri Luzynski, 864-834-9897 or for more information!
Financial Review - November
Below is a detailed view of the November approved by the Session. In keeping with transparency of Trinity’s financial position, this view provides more information than the Sunday bulletin version. It will always be two months in arrears due to the fact that the newsletter is always published before the Session meets.
Flower Calendar Sign-Up
A sign-up sheet to provide flowers for the Sanctuary on Sundays is available in the Narthex. If you would like to do so, please sign up to provide flowers on a specific Sunday; flowers can be given in memory or honor of a loved one and it will be noted in that day’s bulletin announcements.
North Greenville Crisis Ministry

T hank you for your continued support for this ministry.

Thank you for your continued support for this ministry.

IMMEDIATE NEEDS: Socks new and gently used, all sizes; Blankets; Coats/Jackets; Winter Clothes, all sizes- adult and children's

CURRENT NEEDS include: Canned Meat, Canned Tomatoes, Tomato Sauce, Macaroni & Cheese/Pasta, and Plastic Grocery Bags.

Please note donations are now being collected in the Narthex at the Welcome Center.
Sermon Audio Files Now Available
To access Sermon Audio on the website:
1) Go to
2) On the menu in the upper right hand corner between the options CALENDAR and CONTACT US you will see an option entitled MEDIA.
3) Roll your mouse over MEDIA and a menu should appear. 
5) It will take you to the iTunes website where you are now on the preview page for the Trinity Podcast. 
6) Click the blue button that reads VIEW IN iTUNES under the green Trinity logo on the left side. 
7) You will receive a prompt to open iTunes. Or if you don’t have it, you will be prompted to download iTunes.
8) For Windows/PC Users: if you already have iTunes on your computer and receive a prompt to download it again, click the gray button to the left of the blue download button indicating that you already have iTunes on your computer and you wish to sign in.  
iTunes will then open to the Trinity Podcast Page.
To receive a copy of each new sermon to your iTunes every week:
When you reach the podcast page in iTunes, click SUBSCRIBE under the green Trinity logo on the left side.
To receive a copy of a particular sermon to your iTunes:
When you reach the podcast page in iTunes, scroll down the list of sermons and click “GET”
on the right hand side of the sermon you’d like to have a copy of.   
January 2019 Calendar

Happy Birthday!
1      Carolyn Lewis
2      Lynn Coleman
3      Esther Addis
4      Randall Coleman
5      Jorja Clark
       Terry Deye
6      Karolyn Edwards
       Carter Snow
7      Kelley Powell
       Shirley Riddle
9      John Burns
       Julie McHaffie
10    Fred Moehlenbrock
12    Brian Masinick
13    John Hartman
       Chuck Verdin
14    Jim Showalter
19    Johnny Edwards
21    Elaine Cunningham
22    Don Stewart
23    Adam Clark
     Landyn Klug
25    Laurel Stephens
26    Grace Short
27    Pam Speedling
28    Kim Cole
29    Thomas Coleman
     Adam Kozic
31    Jerry Campbell
If you don’t see your name or the name of someone you love on the birthday list,
please call the office so we can update our list!
Email or call Myriam at 864-834-9897.
Newsletter Deadline: The deadline for newsletter information is the 25th of each month. Please send all information to the church office (834-9897). If you are able, please E-mail info to  
Church Office Hours
9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m. Monday through Friday