Church News April 27, 2016

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Call for History of St. James UMC

Many people raised in St. James United Methodist Church now live beyond Darlington’s borders. Some may be descendants of original members, Trustees or Ministers. An association with the congregation could lie in your family papers or history. Join others who are trying to document the history of the Church from its infancy as the “Pearl Street Methodist Episcopal Church” in 1866 through its growth through wars, civil rights actions and then to today’s work as part of the United Methodist Church. Follow the work of St. James descendants and friends by contacting: stjameshistory1866@gmail.com. We’ll keep you notified of our
findings and the news and events that celebrate our shared heritage as families and a congregation.

God’s Garden
God’s Garden is being prepared for planting, and should be ready within ten days.
The Garden is located on Smith Avenue. Everyone is invited to join in the fun of planting and watching your plants grow.
There is no charge for planting in the garden. Please furnish your own seeds and fertilizer. There is access to water and tiller for plowing. If you are interested in being a part of God’s Garden, call: 843-393-3540. Leave a message, and your call will be returned. We would love to have more young people involved, such as groups from Scouts, 4-H clubs, and others are all welcome.

New Vision Sports Fans Festival
The New Hopewell Outreach Center is hosing a fun family entertainment day on April 30 from 3 – 7 p.m., featuring 3 on 3 basketball game, flag football game, and a softball game. Come celebrate your favorite teams in your favorite sports gear! There will also be a tailgate party with lots of food. New Hopewell is located at 1416 Bethlehem Rd, Hartsville. Donation is $25 per person. For more info., call: 843-383-8707 or 843-617-9839.

Homecoming at Bible Truth Holiness
The Bible Truth Holiness Church in Lydia, SC, at 5360 Indian Branch Road, will be having our annual Homecoming on May 1, 2016. Our Sunday School starts at 10:00 am and preaching begins at 11:00 am with The Blythes and Rita, from Oklahoma. Dinner will start around 12:45 pm and at 1:45 pm we will have a singing with The Blythes and Rita and our local singers. Come and help us celebrate 63 years of Church Ministry. We will also have Revival, May 2 – 6, 2016 at 7:00 pm each night with The Blythes and Rita. For more information call 843-332-3442 or 843-858-1209.

65th National Day of Prayer
The 65th National Day of Prayer will be observed with a prayer service at 12:00 noon on Thursday, May 5th, at First Baptist Church in Darlington. All are invited to attend. The service is sponsored by the Darlington Area Ministerial Association.
The theme this year is “Wake Up America.” The scripture: Shout it loud, do not hold back. Raise your voice like a trumpet. – Isaiah 58:1

Revival at Apostolic Pentecostal

The public is invited to attend a Revival at Apostolic Pentecostal Assembly Church
May 11-13, 2016. Revival begins at 7:30 p.m. nightly. Revivalist will be Evangelist Terry L. Jackson of The CORE Church, Hopkins, S.C.
Apostolic Pentecostal Assembly Church is located at 2525 Clement Street in Lydia, S.C.
Bishop Joe Robinson, Pastor

The Lord Cares
Please continue to assist The Lord Cares in caring for those in need in the Darlington area. T.L.C.’s food bank is located at 201 Grove Street in Darlington. They are open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10 a.m. until 12 noon. Donations of non-perishable food items (especially canned meats) are needed, as are toiletries, bathroom tissue, and paper towels. Mail monetary donations to: The Lord Cares PO Box, 1457, Darlington, SC 29540

Bible Study
Bible study at Mt.Zion Tabernacle Believers Church 426 W. Broad St. Darlington, on Tuesday nights at 6:00 p.m. Bible study led by Rev.Larry Scipio. Contact Deacon Z.Frierson at 843-992-3158 or church 843-992-8125. Come join us.

St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church
3123 W. Palmetto St., Florence Worship Time: 11 a.m. (4th Sunday 8:30 a.m.) Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.Phone: 843-601-3672
Facebook: StCatherinesEC Vicar: The Rev. Jeffrey R. Richardson

Black Creek Baptist Church
Black Creek Baptist Church, located 139 Mont Clare Road, Dovesville, announces their hours: Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11a.m. Worship Services and 6 p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday: 6:30 Adult Bible Study; Youth Bible Study, Children (Children In Action) 7:30 Adult Choir Practice

Author: Jana Pye

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