Bishop L. Jonathan Holston and his spouse, Felecia Holston, are leading a South Carolina Pilgrimage to Italy in March 2020.
On Sunday, Nov. 3, local churches are encouraged to feature an offering in support of Advance Special Ministries.
Recognizing the church’s role in confronting hate and working toward healing, the Fellowship of South Carolina Bishops is hosting an interactive dialogue – “Confronting Hate” – on Nov. 21 at the South Carolina State Museum
The 2019-2020 edition of “Pathways to Mission” – the guide to mission, ministry and giving in the South Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church – is now available in print and online.
The Bishop L. Jonathan Holston Golf Tournament raised more than $22,000 to benefit Africa University, the first United Methodist university on the continent.
The Rev. Jack Christopher Washington – who helped lead the South Carolina Conference Council on Ministries for 15 years and served local churches here for twice as long – died Sept. 28 after suffering a stroke four days earlier. He was 73.