Select Page

Rev. Strawther joins conference team of congregational specialists

The Rev. Walter Strawther has been appointed to serve as the congregational specialist for the Columbia and Hartsville districts, as well as the specialist for African-American ministries. He succeeds the Rev. Millie Nelson Smith, who was appointed last year as...

Still time to prepare for Aldersgate Special Needs Sunday

Aldersgate Special Needs Ministry – born at the 2003 South Carolina Annual Conference – provides homes for adults with developmental disabilities. Residents are encouraged to be as independent as possible. Our trained staff provides care in a Christian environment....

New Clergy Care ministry: “You are not alone”

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed how ministry is done, clergy across the South Carolina Conference were at risk of stress and burnout. Clergy need to be cared for as they care for their church members and ministries. Clergy need to know people...

REfresh in-person clergy self-care retreat set for May 13

REfresh is a one-day, in-person retreat centered on clergy self-care – and led by South Carolina clergy and lay experts – scheduled for May 13. The retreat costs $25 (which includes lunch) and is open to all clergy in the South Carolina Conference, but registration is...

Clergy self-care virtual retreat set for April 22

A virtual retreat centered on clergy self-care – and led by South Carolina clergy and lay experts – is scheduled for April 22. It is free and open to all clergy in the South Carolina Conference, but registration is required. Personal Healing in a Broken World...

Endowed Epworth fund honors Rev. Jack C. Washington

Throughout his life and ministry, the Rev. Jack C. Washington was driven by a passion to help those in need – and he had a special place in his heart for children. Whether it was a little girl standing at a bus stop on a frigid morning wearing no coat or socks, a...