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Showing posts from November, 2023

Pastor's Post for December 2023: A Gift Worth Celebrating - The Incarnation

  A Gift Worth Celebrating: The Incarnation Have you ever wanted your pet to be able to talk to you? I know I have! It would make things so much simpler to communicate with them and find out what they are thinking, feeling, and where they may be hurting. Of course, you can learn a lot about your pet through training and time, but it's not the same as having a real conversation with another human being. The birth of Jesus Christ in December is a celebration of our relationship with God. We are His creation, and He created us to be in relationship with Him. However, in our current state on this Earth, with our human flesh, we cannot be in His direct presence. This is evident throughout scripture, where people have had to see God through priests, burning bushes, historical acts, and miracles. God’s word tells us that if we were to look upon Him as we are today, we would surely die. This is why we needed Jesus. John 1:14 (NLT) So the Word became human (flesh) and made His home among us

Church-Wide Senior Adult Christmas Breakfast on Saturday, Dec 2

  Church-Wide Senior Adult Breakfast Honoring Our Senior Adults and Homebound Saturday, Dec 2, 2022  / (9 AM - 11 AM) / FLC Fellowship Hall It is more important than ever to honor those who are still among us. This year we are opening up the Senior Breakfast to our entire church family. 1. We would like for our members to bring cards and small little gifts to place in a bag for each of our Senior Adult and Homebound Members. 2. Please bring a canned good or non-perishable food to replenish our church missions pantry for those in our community who need help. We Will Deliver Too! If you are a homebound member or senior adult that cannot get out right now, we have volunteers that would love to deliver your breakfast. Please request your delivery by calling the church office by Wednesday, November 23rd to be placed on our delivery route for that morning (864) 296-9751 or email

Thanksgiving Soup and Sandwich Dinner on Nov 21

  One of our favorite traditions is gathering as a church family for an informal Thanksgiving meal. It is a time for everyone to bring their favorite soup, sandwiches, and desserts to share. It is a great time of fellowship as we express our gratitude to God and to each other. We have this on Tuesday because the office is closed on Wednesday and there are no Wednesday night activities due to Thanksgiving.

A Hanging of The Greens Christmas Worship Experience on Dec 3

  Embark on a heartwarming interactive Christmas Celebration on December 3rd at 10:30 AM. Join us as we adorn our sanctuary with festive decorations and discover the beautiful meaning of Christmas through the nativity, the holly and the ivy, an advent wreath and lighting of our Christmas tree. Also, experience the majesty of God through singing carols and narrations. A special guest will bring joy to our children, making this service an unforgettable occasion. Those who are involved in the program, please mark your calendars for a dress / technical rehearsal on Saturday, December 2nd at 4 PM.