A free lunch is available every Thursday from 12-1 p.m. at Open Door Community Church, 1502 Commerce Drive, Dillon.
Sunday, August 7 was “Pastor Appreciation Day” at East Dillon Baptist Church. Members took their favorite dishes and desserts for a feast to celebrate the 11th Anniversary of Pastor James S. Smith and his wife “Miss Connie.”
The Pee Dee Baptist Association Disaster Relief Team was recognized by the Dillon County Council at their last meeting for the work they did in the Little Rock area after a tornado struck their in April.
Rev. Father Donald R. Hayes was ordained as a priest in the Orthodox Anglican Church in Richmond, Virginia.
On June 26, the counselors from Camp Pinehill ministered to the congregation of Mount Calvary Baptist Church.
Members of Main Street United Methodist Church and other Dillon and out-of-town people met at the Dillon Wellness Center at 6 P.M. on Sunday, June 26 to honor Robin Thompson who was celebrating his twentieth year as Minister of Music at the Church.
An appreciation was held honoring Jacqueline Bethea on Saturday, June 18 at Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church in Florence. Rev. Merritt B. Graves was host pastor, and the event was sponsored by the Florence-Dillon Area Women’s Missionary Society.
Recently, Pyerian Baptist Church of Floyd Dale hosted an appreciation luncheon for the members and families of the Floyd Dale Volunteer Fire Department.
Alexander J. Stoops, Jr. was recognized at the 2011 South Carolina United Methodist Annual Conference held in Florence June 8th through 13th, 2011.
Dothan Baptist Church held a Biker Sunday on June 19th at their church, located on 235 Dothan Road, Dillon.