Category: Church

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

BREAD OF LIFE: He Will Carry You

I once heard about a man who was walking down a country road carrying a sack with a heavy load in it. A farmer stopped by and asked him if he would like a ride.

BREAD OF LIFE: God’s Forever Love

First Corinthians 13 is probably the most widely quoted passage in the world on the subject of love. Verse 13 says, “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”

Union Baptist Church Missions Ministries Presents Goodie Baskets To Law Enforcement

On Thursday, January 28, Union Baptist Church Missions Ministries presented the Sheriff’s Departments of Dillon and Marion Counties and the Police Departments of Latta, Dillon, Lake View, Mullins, and Marion with goodie baskets.

Young Elvis Impersonator Performs At Fork Presbyterian Church Family Night

There was a whole lot of shaking going on at Fork Presbyterian Church Wednesday, January 13.

Missionaries Speak At Pyerian Baptist Church

On January 10 during the evening service, Pyerian Baptist Church hosted Missionaries Brady and Sarah Van Winkle.

Old Bethel Presbyterian Church Dissolved After 150 Years

On Saturday, October 17, 2020, marked the end of 150 years of a black Presbyterian Church in Dillon County, South Carolina.

Main Street UMC Men Distribute Food Boxes For Christmas

The Main Street United Methodist Men and the entire church are busy with the annual distribution of food boxes to those throughout Dillon County who are less fortunate.

Mount Calvary Baptist Church Beautifully Decorated For Christmas

THIS STUNNING FAMILY CHRISTMAS TREE at Mount Calvary Baptist Church is a reminder of the Christmas season. The sanctuary is beautifully decorated for the Christmas season.

Santa Visits Fork Presbyterian Family Night

On Wednesday, December 9, Fork Presbyterian Church had their Family Night.

Mount Calvary Awanas Hold Closing Ceremony

Mount Calvary Baptist Church held the Awanas Club Closing Celebration on Sunday, November 15, at 6:00 p.m.