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  1.  Mask-wearing is suggested for those who have health concerns due to exposure or a weakened immune system, or communicability while inside our facility.  We ask that you maintain an attitude of courtesy and respect regarding mask choices of other worshippers.  
  2. God's Clothing Bank openings will continue to be on the first Monday of each month from 5:00 to 6:30 PM.  Watch for opening announcements on Facebook.   You may also contact Melanie Baker by email to, or call/text 864-490-6096.  And call her to donate like-new or slightly-used adult clothing or shoes.   
  3.   NOTE:  Our supporting church in Spartanburg operates God's Closet on a much larger basis for new or slightly-used children's clothing, shoes, blankets, and crib sheets.  A blue barrel for drop-off 24/7 is at the church, 1217 John B. White Blvd.  See their website for open dates. 


     Sabbath School and Worship Services


The title for the Sabbath School lessons for the 3rd quarter of 2023 is "Ephesians".   It is written by John McVay, PhD, President and professor of religion at Walla Walla University in College Place, Washington.  The Bible's Epistle to the Ephesians speaks especially to times like our own in which the allure of the world and the passing of time threated to dull Christian discipleship.  The Christians in the apostle Paul's time who lived in Ephesus were in the fourth-largest city in the Roman Empire.  It was a sophisticated, urban, and thoroughly pagan culture, making life difficult for Christians.

Paul wrote this epistle about 30 years after Christ's resurrection  This was enough time for the Christians to lose sight of their "first love", forgetting any active sense of what it means to be disciple of Jesus.  So Paul sought to reenlist them in Christian faith, to reignite the fire of their devotion to Christ, and to resurrect the excitement of being a part of God's great enterprise in the world and the church.

So, what specifically did Paul write that we need to hear for these troubled times?  You are invited to attend our Sabbath School classes to discover the answer for yourself.                                        

You may now join our virtual Sabbath school classes on ZOOM to participate or just to view and listen from 9:30 to 10:45 am.  Then the worship services can be viewed and heard on ZOOM at 11:00 am.  Call 864-206-4108 for log-on information and/or notice of participation at least a day in advance.  If no one calls, the service will not be ZOOMed.                                    


Sabbath School, Saturdays, 9:30 am.

Worship Service, Saturdays, 11:00am 

Youth Meetings, Wednesdays, 6:00pm.                                           


  1.   Why are there so many different Christian churches?
  2. And why do you go to the one you usually attend?
  3. Does it matter if your church teaches things that are not biblical?
  4. With so much "fake news" in the world today, how can we know what God wants us to know?
  5. What knowledge and actions are essential for salvation about which most people can agree?
  6. What is the likelihood of still being friends and having unity when there is disagreement about things not essential to salvation that violate long-standing beliefs?                                                                                                                                 If any of these questions stimulate your thinking, and you care to share your answers, please send an email to