Events - 29 Apr 20

Date/Time Event
12:00 am - 12:00 pm
Bible Study
6:00 pm
Bible Study

This week’s edition of FN3

As the Christmas season approaches, it is easy for us to get caught up in our lists of “to do’s.”  Often in the busyness of life, we forget those who have impacted the lives of our families and children the most.  We all have the opportunity to show how much Pastor & Mrs. Scott mean to us in this COVID-19 season through our Pastor’s Gift at Christmas Drive-Thru on Dec. 20 from noon-1 p.m. For those unable to participate in the drive-thru, gifts may be mailed or dropped off at the church office now through Dec. 18.  We look forward to seeing all of you! 

The Youth Ministry is sponsoring a Poster Contest for grades K-5 and an Essay and Poster Contest for grades 6-12. Topics are Racial Inequalities, Social Injustices; Black Lives Matter and COVID 19.  Prizes will be awarded. Deadline to submit to church office is Dec. 12.  For further information, contact Adrain Brooks, Fay Smith or Vickie Simpkins.  SUBMIT A DIGITAL FILE here!

The Youth Ministry is publishing a newsletter, “The Nazzy,”  with updates on youth activities and information on achievements and upcoming activities and all things youth! Click on this link to read the first edition

Due to changes in the tax code, automatic tax statements will only be generated for annual contributions of $250.00 or greater.  All others who wish to obtain a copy of their statement can do so by contacting the Financial Secretary at or at 803-331-5014. 

Volunteers are needed for our food pantry which serves the community from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturdays.  If interested contact Dea. Lorenza Breedlove or the church office, 803-254-6232. Covid-19 protocols  are in place. Food /monetary donations may be dropped-off at the church office during the week.

The Greater Waverley Foundation’s  Virtual Village is seeking volunteer virtual tutors in math and science. Interested persons should call 803-728-1328.

DHEC urges you to be positive you’re negative by routinely getting tested if you’re regularly out in the community. It’s especially important to get tested before and after holiday traveling or events. DHEC-sponsored testing is free, doesn’t require insurance, and results are available within 72 hours.

Free COVID-19 Testing Sites: Old Pardon & Parole Building-Drive-thru, 2204 Lee St; Eastover Park, DHEC Parking Lot Drive-thru, Columbia Place Mall,  Reid Chapel AME, and  Richland Library-Sandhills. Call the church office for further details. details.