By: Mike Matthews
Faith Presbyterian Church is proud to be joining our fellow FACE-UP churches in a special Lenten Service each Thursday. Our first service was held March 16 at the Belton Presbyterian Church, where we were blessed by the message “Not Free” from host pastor The Reverend Paul Bayerl. Following the brief, but inspiring service, which included scripture readings and congregational singing, we enjoyed a delicious lunch in the Fellowship Hall.
Midway Presbyterian Church was our host on Mar. 23, with their pastor, Dr. John McCallum, inspiring us with his message, “Conformed or Transformed”. That service also included scripture lessons and the singing of traditional Easter songs followed by lunch, which included Midway’s famous Chicken Pot Pie.
This Thursday, Mar. 30, we will gather at Faith Church in Williamston for another time of reflection on this most special season. Our pastor, The Reverend Aaron Ochart, will be bringing what promises to be an uplifting message, accompanied by the reading of God’s Holy and Inspired Word and inspirational singing. We invite all of our members and guests to join together for lunch in the Fellowship Hall.
Lickville Presbyterian Church, which is on Highway 25 South near Pelzer, will be hosting the final Lenten Service on Apr. 6. We extend a warm welcome to everyone in our communities to join us at noon on Thursday as we celebrate Lent.