Category: Church

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

Churchgoers Experience New Way To Worship

Churchgoers are experiencing a new way to worship, many having online or drive-in services. Here is the Drive-in Service at Latta Presbyterian Church and the Carmichael family with their dog.

Bread Of Life: Looking For Hope?

I have always enjoyed traveling and seeing new places in the world. I have traveled for both work and pleasure.

Mars Hill Bibleway Church Completes Faithful Families Health Education Program

Members of the Mars Hill Bibleway Church recently completed the 9-week Faithful Families Thriving Communities health education program.

Bread Of Life: Generosity

As we wake up to a new day every day in our world, today we have to wonder how long will it be before Christ’s return and what must I as a believer be doing until He does.

Bread Of Life: In Whom Do You Trust?

With only three years into his Presidency, President Donald Trump has helped lead America into what many once considered, an impossible time of economic prosperity.

Noah Visits Fork Presbyterian Church Family Night

On Wednesday, March 11, Noah received a call from the Lord. Everyone enjoyed the conversation between Noah and the Lord.

God’s Word Shines: What Is Your Identity?

This devotion is a monthly ministry of the Pee Dee Baptist Association, comprised of 31 Southern Baptist churches in Dillon and Marlboro Counties. For more information call 774-8062. Featured this month is Rev. Rob Pierce, the pastor of Latta Baptist Church, Latta.

Dennis Hyatt Speaks To Mount Calvary Baptist Church Brotherhood

Mount Calvary Brotherhood, WMU, and BYW met on Monday, February 4, at 7:00 p.m. at the Mount Calvary Baptist Church Family Life Center.

Iglesia Bautista Tabernaculo Evangelico Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Iglesia Bautista Tabernaculo Evangelico (Gospel Tabernacle Baptist Church) of Latta, SC celebrated its twentieth anniversary.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dillon Church Of God Live Nativity Held

The Dillon Church of God held a live nativity on Thursday night.