Music is an integral part of the worship experience at Washington Street — and it’s one of the many ways we express our gratitude and love for our Lord.
This Sunday, February 15, Washington Street United Methodist Church will have A Service of Remembrance and Renewal at its 11:00 a.m. service to remember the burning of the church on February 16, 1865. Dr. A. V. Huff, Jr. will be the guest preacher. Dr. Huff is the author of the history of Washington Street Church “Tried By Fire” and is a retired Professor of History at Furman University. He also served as Associate Pastor at Washington Street Church from 1962 to 1965. The Sanctuary Choir and the Palmetto Brass will offer special music during the service. Join us for this special time.
The small group Bible study will start Wednesday, January 21. It will meet on Wednesdays from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. except on the 2nd Wednesdays of each month. This is a short term Bible study.
Participants are divided into groups of about 10 people with a facilitator for each group. The size of the groups makes discussion easier. Newcomers are welcome. Study books can be purchased for $11.00 through the church or ordered individually on line. If you want to purchase a book through the church, please contact Susan Culler by January 12. Organizers for this study are Beth Matthews and Kevin Duggan. Please contact Susan Culler to sign up (256-2417 or firstname.lastname@example.org).