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.
We will journey with Adam Hamilton as he travels from Nazareth to Bethlehem in this fascinating look at the birth of Jesus Christ. Using historical information, archaeological data, and a personal look at some of the stories surrounding the birth, the most amazing moment in history will become more real and heart-felt as you walk along this road. www.youtube.com/watch?v=
Beginning Wednesday, November 13 – December 18
Please call the church office, 256-2417, or email Peggy Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org , if you have questions or would like to be part of this small group study.
Please respond by November 5th.
This Sunday, October 20, is Consecration Sunday. We hope you have made plans to attend either the 9:00 worship service followed by a Celebration Continental Breakfast or the 11:00 worship service followed by a Celebration Luncheon. At the conclusion of the worship services you will be asked to complete and bring to the altar your estimate of giving as an act of worship. Our Consecration Sunday Preacher is:
Scott Middleton is a graduate of Winthrop Univeristy with a degree in accounting, Emory University with a Masters of Divinity, and USC with a Masters in Health Care Administration. Scott spent ten years serving churches in South Carolina as a minister in the United Methodist Church. In 1993 he left the pulpit to become involved in another ministry: the care of senior adults. Scott worked with Lutheran Homes of South Carolina before leaving in 1999 to found Agape Senior.
Agape Senior’s mission is to provide integrated health services to meet the needs of senior adults in a faith-based atmosphere. The Agape family of companies includes assisted living, short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing care, physician services, pharmacy, medical equipment, and ambulance and hospice services. Agape serves over 6000 patients and residents annually in South Carolina and is proud to employ over 1800. Agape’s charitable arm gives away more than $6 million per year in indigent care services and is proud to be the largest provider of hospice services in SC.
See you Sunday!
Jeremiah 23 : 5-6
Isaiah 53 :1-6
John 1 : 1-5
Matthew 24 : 35-43