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NEWS FROM THE SOUTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE
“Come, Follow Me: A Disciple's Journey Through Lent” – a five-part sermon series with an accompanying adult discussion guide – offers an opportunity to delve into Christian discipleship by looking at five moments in the ministry of Jesus. The sermon series and...
The Internal Revenue Service has issued the 2020 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.
Bishop L. Jonathan Holston, resident bishop of the South Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church, released this statement regarding the announcement of a proposal to split the church.
UMCSC Disaster Recovery is offering volunteers and local churches the chance on Jan. 18 and Jan. 20 to make a difference in the lives of families still working to rebound from last year’s Hurricane Florence.
Churches that file their own W-2s without the assistance of a payroll processing company might want to use the Social Security Administration’s website to create, file and print their W-2s.
Events for week of January 19, 2020
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NEWS FROM THE SOUTH CAROLINA UNITED METHODIST ADVOCATE
Make your voice heard: GC2020 ‘listening sessions’ set for this month in S.C.
by Jessica Brodie on December 30, 2019 at 7:11 pm
This January and February, South Carolina United Methodists will have the opportunity to voice concerns and share hopes and prayers with the South Carolina delegates to General Conference 2020. By Jessica Brodie.
Inviting growth: Church thrives after members start bringing their friends
by Jessica Brodie on December 30, 2019 at 7:09 pm
Step outside Andrews Chapel United Methodist Church, Pinewood, and all you’ll see for miles is fields. “It really is in the middle of nowhere,” says Andrews Chapel’s pastor, the Rev. Mary Everhart. Yet it is there that Everhart says the Holy Spirit is breathing a fresh wind of new life. The 150-year-old church had been in a decline over the years, but now the church has gone from four to seven people to 30 or 40 most Sundays. By Jessica Brodie.
God’s call to ‘feed My sheep’ spurs man, two churches to cook for hungry
by Jessica Brodie on December 30, 2019 at 7:07 pm
When Herb Thompson heard God call him to “feed My sheep,” he thought the Lord meant spiritually. It turns out God was calling him, with the help of two Timmonsville United Methodist churches, to start a new food ministry for people in need. By Jessica Brodie.