As a start to the Summer, Joe gives us some insight on the Knight’s code, as well as welcoming the newest addition to the Rock Hill District Office. Check out our June Newsletter!
As we enter the Lenten season, you can find several tips for practicing more faithfulness through participation in mission and ministry included in our monthly newsletter. District Superintendent, Rev. Joe Long, has also shared an insightful story from author Tony Campolo. Check it out!
If it’s summer, it is Salkehatchie time for many of us. Many are involved in this youth volunteer mission of repairing homes in South Carolina. In our district churches are involved in hosting, feeding, and helping the camps of Chester, Lancaster, Catawba, Clover, and Rock Hill. Others participate in camps throughout the state. Thanks to … [Read more…]
“Reaching New People” Seminar Friday, February 26, 6:00-9:00pm Saturday, February 27, 9:00am-4:00pm at Shandon United Methodist (3407 Devine Street, Columbia, SC 29204) A Tri-District Gathering for Columbia, Hartsville, and Rock Hill $20 per person, meals included Register by February 19: www.umcsc.org/data/reachingnewpeople.php Jesus’ final words to his disciples, including us, were “Go therefore and make disciples of all … [Read more…]
In October, SC was hit with what has been called 1,000 year flood rains, which created an emergency for many people. I am grateful for the response many of you have given to help others. In the days and years ahead I am counting on all of us to help in some way. Our brothers … [Read more…]
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In the introduction of Sanctity without Starch, Robert G. Tuttle, Jr. shares a conversation he had on a transcontinental flight. “Recently I met a young landscape architect who works for a large West Coast firm. After some small talk he asked me what I did for a living. ‘I’m a minister,’ I replied. He responded … [Read more…]
Let me share with you some gleanings from the notes I jotted down at Annual Conference: In the memorial service, the Rev. Tim McClendon spoke of those we remembered as “balcony people.” Joyce Landorf’s term denotes those who raise us up. Who are your balcony people? To whom are you a balcony person? The Rev. … [Read more…]