Category: Church

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

Back-To-School Prayer Service Held

The Back to School prayer event sponsored by Empowerment in Action was held at the Dillon County Courthouse at 6 p.m. on August 4, 2022.

Tabernacle of God Ministries Visits Fayetteville For Homeless Stand-Down Program

Tabernacle of God Ministries was in Fayetteville, NC, on June 16th at Festival Park along with the Fayetteville VA hospital doing their annual homeless stand-down program for veterans.

Empowerment In Action Holds Service At Maple Park

Empowerment in Action Association recently held a service at Maple Park.

Back-To-School Prayer Event Set For Thursday, August 4th

District Elder Tommy Pittman , Sr., President of the Empowerment in Action Organization, is inviting the citizens of Dillon County to join them in their upcoming community event.

The Byrds Return As Pastors Of Hamer Church Of God

Reverend Douglas Kevin Byrd and his wife, Nancy, have returned to the Dillon County area as the pastors of the Hamer Church of God.

Fresh Beginnings Christian Center Hosts Vacation Bible School

Fresh Beginnings Christian Center hosted its Vacation Bible School the week of June 20-24 for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.

St. Stephens United Methodist Church Lead Father’s Day Worship Service

St. Stephens United Methodist Church men conducted the entire worship service on Father’s Day.

Fork Presbyterian Church Honors Graduates

On May 22 during the morning worship, Fork Presbyterian Church celebrated with four graduates in a Baccalaureate worship.

PHOTO GALLERY: Latta United Methodist Church Holds Ice Cream Social To Welcome New Pastor And Wife

Members of Latta United Methodist Church held an ice cream social on Saturday to welcome Pastor Matt Scott and his wife, Alyssa. There were several different types of ice cream and toppings, cookies, chips, and more.

PHOTO GALLERY: Latta Baptist Holds ‘Spark Studios’ Vacation Bible School

Two years ago, Latta Baptist Church nearly cancelled Vacation Bible School due to the COVID pandemic, but decided instead to have it outdoors. Due to the pandemic, they averaged only 10 people each night.