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2023Theme:  “From surviving to thriving: Coming out Strong”
Scriptures: Genesis 9:1, 1 Samuel 30:10; 1 Chronicles 28:20; Proverbs 3:9&10; Proverbs 16:9; Psalm 23:5; Psalm 24; Psalm 94:17-19; Isaiah 64:4; Matthew 6:33; Philippians 1:6; Philippians 4:13
Hymn:  “His Eye Is On The Sparrow”
Song: ” I made it out” – John P. Kee

WOMENS DAY 2023 : Theme: “From Surviving to Thriving: Taking care of Mind, Body and Soul—marching forward to fulfill God’s Plans. 

Scriptures: Psalm 139:14, Ephesians 6:10

Colors: Lavender and pearl accents

Mary B. Scott Scholarship

April 30 – Application Deadline

Hybrid Symposium

April 29 at 10 a.m. – “Thriving to Achieve Holistic Health”  Panelists are: Dr. Leslie Bessielieu-Mental Health, Veda Jeffcoat-Physical Health, Rosilyn Outen-Financial Health and Rev. M’lilian Scott-Spiritual Health. Rev. Lallie Goldmas is moderator.

May 21-Women’s Day Worship

RECOVERY MINISTRY: Our Recovery Ministry  shares the opening in Richland County of a new location of The Courage Center SC. Free help is available for families and  persons with substance abuse issues. Contact Rev Lallie Goldmas for more confidential information.

EASTER PROGRAM:  Our virtual Easter Program, presented by the Drama and Church School Ministries, is April 9 at 9:45.


April 2 – The Lord Has Risen Indeed!  Luke 24:13-21, 28-35                            April 9 -The Lord Appears  Luke 24:36-53                                                          April 16 -The Holy Spirit Comes Acts 2:1-13                                                    April 23 – Living with Hope  1 Thessalonians 4:13-5:11                                    April 30 – Hope Comes from God’s Grace 2 Thessalonians 2:1-3, 9-17

YOUTH NEWSLETTER:  The current issue of our youth newsletter, “The Nazzy,”  is available by clicking on this link

COMMEMORATIVE BRICK PROJECT: The Trustee Ministry invites members, ministries and friends to participate in the Commemorative Brick Project by purchasing bricks in memory or in honor of loved ones. There are two levels of purchase, $140 and $240. Interested persons/ministries should contact a member of the Trustee Ministry  or call the church office for purchase or further information. Orders will be taken at the media center through April 30.

FREE TUTORING:  If your child is struggling in school, the Village Initiative Tutoring Center may be the answer for you. Students receive academic support and learn study skills at no cost to you through online tutoring. Current focus is math, science and ELA for grades 4-12. Register by calling 803-210-6939 or emailing

COMMUNITY GARDEN INITIATIVE: The Community Garden Initiative needs your assistance. Donate your labor, garden tools-new or slightly used, garden materials or monetary donations. Contact is Bea Richardson.

JUNETEENTH 2023: June 17-18

T-Shirt: We are preparing for Juneteenth 2023. We are dressing up again this year for Juneteenth Worship. If you already have a commemorative t-shirt, just freshen it. If you don’t have a t-shirt, orders will be taken at the media desk through April 30.

Cake Bakeoff: This year’s Juneteenth celebration features a cake bake-off and prizes will be awarded. Samples will be distributed and slices available for purchase after the judging. To enter, contact Rev. Hazel Reese or Cora Allen-Mitchell.

DISCLAIMER: Our worship is recorded for broadcast and/or public dissemination and by entering, you consent to being recorded. Personal recording of worship is not allowed.

GIVING: “Give, and you will receive. Your gift will return to you in full—pressed down, shaken together to make room for more, running over, and poured into your lap. The amount you give will determine the amount you get back.” Your giving matters. In addition to in-person worship, these giving options are available: Online by credit/debit card/check, Cash App $fnbc1877, mail/drop off at the church office. Receptacles for tithes and offerings are located in the back of the sanctuary as you exit. Thank you for your gifts and your generosity in supporting the ministry at First Nazareth.

COVID-19: We all have the responsibility to protect ourselves, our families, friends, and community. Pastor and Mrs. Scott urge you to Get VAXXED! Get BOOSTERED! Get TESTED! Stay MASKED UP! ! CDC data indicates the state's and Richland County’s community level of Covid cases are high and recommends wearing face masks indoors in public space. Free, at-home Covid test kits are available again at or