Growing as disciples through worship and study groups, and serving others in our community and across the world.

We invite you to participate in a Lenten small group on Wednesday nights at 6 p.m. via Zoom beginning Feb. 17. We are using George Hovaness Donigian’s book “A World Worth Saving: Lenten Spiritual Practices for Action”. Donigian’s book connects prayer and other inner spiritual practices with outward actions of mercy and compassion. We look forward to this time of growing together during the six weeks of Lent! To sign up for the study, please email the pastor at The book can be purchased on several sites including Amazon

We are not able to gather in person for the majority of our regular group studies at this time. Anyone may participate in our weekly on-line opportunities and our community service projects.

Tuesdays 8:30 a.m. 

Facebook Live Devotional led by Pastor Mollie Reddic

Use this link to join.

Tuesdays 9 a.m.

An adult small group discussion using “Jesus Christ: The Greatest Life”  workbook. The session is led by church member Billy Griffin.

Offered on Zoom at this Link

Wednesdays 12 Noon beginning December 2: 

Adult small group discussing the Advent Devotional “Practicing Hope with All Your Heart, Soul, Strength and Mind.” Free copies provided.  Contact Pastor Mollie for more information.  ( The study group will gather in-person at the church with a Zoom option for others.

Thursdays 8:30 a.m.

Devotion led by Stephen Singleton Join using this link.

Food Pantry

The church has a 24/7 food pantry located in the church parking lot.  Anyone who is hungry may access this pantry any time of the day; we provide non-perishables, diapers, and toiletries.  The pantry is restocked several times a week due to increased demand during the pandemic. In addition to our normal items we are asking for donations for holiday meal food such as ham, turkey, stuffing mix, yams, potatoes,  cake, pie, brownie mixes, cranberry sauce, canned pumpkin, nuts, spices, marshmallows, etc. If you would like to help you can drop off items at the church office or by sending funds designated for the food pantry.

We also partner with Six Mile Elementary. Lay members provide breakfast once a month to the school staff and several serve as mentors to children.

Members also take Jesus’ commandment to love thy neighbor seriously by serving through organizations like Clemson Community Care, Helping Hands, Meals on Wheels, WatchDOGS and more. Contact the church office at Phone: (864) 653-4461 or Email at if you are interested in helping with this ministry.