Category: Church

Activities, events, and outreach from Dillon County’s churches and religious community

Community Thanksgiving Service Planned

The annual Dillon County Community Thanksgiving Service will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, in the Dillon Church of God parking lot on Radford Boulevard in Dillon.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hamer Church Of God Observes Homecoming

The Hamer Church of God celebrated its 77th Homecoming on Sunday, November 8, with Rev. Randy Caulder and his wife, Doris.

PHOTO GALLERY: Mount Calvary Baptist Church Celebrates Homecoming

Mount Calvary Baptist Church celebrated the 133rd Homecoming Service on Sunday, November 1, with Chaplain Retired Major General Douglas Carver.

Main Street UMC Men Golf Tournament Proceeds Benefit Helping Hands

The Main Street United Methodist Men recently held their annual charity golf tournament at the City of Dillon Municipal Golf Course.

Mount Calvary Baptist Church To Hold 133rd Homecoming

Mount Calvary Baptist Church will celebrate its 133rd Homecoming Celebration on Sunday, November 1, with Chaplain (Major General) Douglas L. Carver as the guest speaker.

Joe Price Still Seeks God Despite Problems

The Mount Calvary Baptist Church Brotherhood, WMU, and BYU met on Monday, October 5, at 7:00 p.m. at the Mount Calvary Family Life Center.

Fork Presbyterian Church Members Enjoy Musical Program On Family Night

Wednesday, September 9, Fork Presbyterian Church opened their Family Night with prayer for all who were sick or in the hospital.

Operation Christmas Child Calls For More Shoebox Gifts

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause fear and uncertainty, Samaritan’s Purse is calling on churches and families to pack more shoebox gifts than ever before for Operation Christmas Child—making sure millions of children experience the Good News and great joy of the holiday.

Local Pastor Shares COVID-19 Experience

It caught up with me. Way back in the spring (March) of this year 2020, we began to follow guidelines from our state and church leaders about the pandemic. It started after the second Sunday in March when we closed our services and went in and did church online.

Prayer Event Held In Floyd Dale

Over seventy members of at least eight local churches came together to pray for our nation and community this Saturday, September 26th.