James Moultrie was recently selected as Dillon County’s representative in the “Honoring Our Elders Celebration” which was part of the S.C. Black Family Expo.
Judgement House 2010 kicked off for the 7th year with a new script, “Words.”
On Friday, September 12th and Saturday, September 13th, East Dillon Baptist church opened its doors from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. for groups of 15 or 20 to participate in a walk-through drama.
The Latta United Methodist Church’s local mission project “Bags of Life” is starting again this month. They are adding the fifth grade to the project and will be providing 90 bags of food each month to students at Latta Elementary School.
On Sunday, Aug. 29, during the evening worship service beginning at 6:00 p.m. at Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Josh Walters and Eric Miller were ordained as deacons.
As pastor/preacher there is great responsibility upon me. There are many duties I have: visiting the sick, counseling those in need, consoling those who sorrow, witnessing to those who are lost, discipling those who are believers, handling the administrative and organizational duties of the church, and on and on.
But the greatest single responsibility I have is to preach and teach the Word of God faithfully and consistently.
The WMU/Men’s Ministries Fall Mission Fair was held on Monday, August 16, 7:00 p.m., at the East Dillon Baptist Church Fellowship Hall on South 16th Avenue, Dillon.
On Sunday, August 8, Kemper Baptist Church honored Dillon County Law Enforcement with a special evening service.
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, Clio, will celebrate their Annual Homecoming and 130th Church Anniversary on Sunday, August 22nd.
From The Pee Dee Baptist Association—Featured this week is Rev. Greg Hyler, the pastor of Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Dillon.
On Sunday, July 11, counselors and leaders from Camp Pinehill came to Mount Calvary Baptist Church to minister during the Sunday evening service. The group sang, gave testimonies, performed skits, and shared from the Bible.