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Greetings Brothers and Sisters!

 

"Our Fathers wondrous works we see, in the earth, sea, and sky, He rules above in majesty, from his lofty thrown on high!"

 

What a Mighty God we serve! On behalf of the SC Church of God Brotherhood, we are grateful to announce our return to in-person fellowship!

 

That is right! We will be at our State Campsite, 9101 Bluff Road Eastover, SC 29044 for a great worship experience!

 

As we "Stand On His Promises," let us prepare for our 4th 2022 Brotherhood Service.

 

Services will start at 10am, with our information session being led by Rev. Dr. Gloria Robinson. Our preacher for the day will be Pastor Isaac V. Cropp Jr., Pastor of Georgetown First Church of God and Evening Light Church of God, Laurens, SC. 

 

We are asking our brothers to come dressed in their dark suit, red tie, and white handkerchief. Ready to march in, singing the songs of Zion, and to worship!

 

Encourage your church family and friends to join in, as we lift our Savior and continue to build a strong bond!

 

Looking forward to us coming together to enjoy what Jesus has in store for us!

 

Please assist in passing this communication along to those who are close to you, and a part of our movement!

 

With Christian Love!

 

Trevor S. Cropp I

SC Presbytery of the COG Brotherhood Presiden

 

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Greetings SC State Presbytery,

 

The SC State Presbytery Christian Women Connection Prayer Retreat has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 15, 2022. The virtual prayer retreat will be held via Zoom. The speaker for the occasion will be Rev. Claretha B. Free, Sr. Pastor of Gordon Street Church of God, Camden, South Carolina.  

 

Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. 

Do you believe this?” John 11:25-26

 

**Please remember our Spiritual Life Coordinator, Rev. Gertrude Williams and family in prayer as her son Mr. William Williams, 59, of Goose Creek, SC, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, September 11, 2022.  

 

Public Viewing will be held Friday, September 16, 2022 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Murray's Mortuary, 4060 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405.

 

Celebration of Life Service will be held Saturday, September 17, 2022 at Life Center Cathedral, 7190 Cross County Rd, North Charleston, SC 29418. Service will start at 12:00 PM. 

 

Mask mandate is in place during viewing and funeral service. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Murray's Mortuary https://www.murraysmortuary.com/obituary/william-williams

 

Blessings,

 

Rev. David Quick

SC State Chairman 

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Blessings and Love SC State Presbytery,

 

What a marvelous blessing to be able to greet you! Our Annual State Church of God CWC Virtual Prayer Retreat will be held on Saturday, September 17, 2022, at 10:00 am via Zoom. The speaker for the occasion will be Rev. Claretha Free, Sr. Pastor of Gordon Street Church of God, Camden, South Carolina.  We ask that you please also have communion elements ready in order for us to take communion during this time. Rev. Dr. Joyce O’Connor will lead us in communion. 

 

We look forward to coming together online for a time of prayer. 

 

A family that prays together stays together in unity! 

Christian Women Connection is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: SC State CWC Prayer Retreat

Time: Sep 17, 2022 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81835100043?pwd=RE9senRXWHBxZlVFZmErYmd5bTFSQT09

Dial in Number:  1 646 876 9923 US

Meeting ID: 818 3510 0043 | Passcode: 1422

 

Blessings,

 

Sis. Geraldine Riley, State CWC President

 

Rev. Gertrude Williams, Spiritual Life Coordinator 

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September 7, 2022 - Jamestown Road Church of God will host a one night in-person Tent Revival starting at 6:30 PM.  Speaker: Rev. Margaret Robinson of Bethlehem Church of God, Andrew, SC. Rev. Curtis Murph host pastor.

September 11, 2022 - Jamestown Road Church of God Christian Women Connection cordially invite you to their Annual Women’s Day in-person program on Sunday September 11, 2022 at 4:00 PM.  Speaker for the afternoon will be Rev. Dr. Joyce O'Connor, pastor of Williams Chapel Church of God, Aiken, SC. Rev. Curtis Murph Host Pastor and Sis. Lonzena Harry, CWC President.

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September 17, 2022 – State Christian Women Connection will host their Annual CWC Prayer Retreat starting at 10:00 AM via Zoom. The speaker for the occasion will be Rev. Claretha Free, Sr. Pastor of Gordon Street Church of God, Camden, South Carolina.  We ask that you please also have communion elements ready in order for us to take communion during this time. Rev. Dr. Joyce O’Connor will lead in communion. 

Dial in Number:  1 646 876 9923 Meeting ID: 818 3510 0043 | Passcode: 1422

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81835100043?pwd=RE9senRXWHBxZlVFZmErYmd5bTFSQT09

 

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October 1, 2022 – The Thomas L. Smith Ministers’ Clinic will be held one day starting at 10:00 AM in person at the State Campsite. Please reach out to the Dean of Ministers, Rev. Claretha Free for additional information.

 

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October 30, 2022 – The South Carolina State Unity Day service will be held virtually starting at 10:00 AM. More information to follow.  Dial in Number:  1 646 876 9923 Meeting ID: 898 0324 5635 | Passcode 8160

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89803245635?pwd=aUNqeWdldzNlM0Z3NFZFNmNySWhHZz09

 

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November 5, 2022 – The South State Executive Council meeting will be held virtually starting at 10:00 AM. More information to follow.

 

*** The Nominating Committee of the South Carolina State Presbytery of the Church of God, Eastover, SC, is seeking nominees for the offices listed below. If you are interested in running for one of the available positions or have additional questions please contact the nominating chairperson, Dr. Tammy Shortt or State Chairman, Rev. David Quick.

 

  • SC State Chairman

  • Assistant State Secretary 

  • State Youth President 

  • State CWC President

  • Christain Education President

  • State Finance Secretary 

  • State Budget Chairperson

  • State Ushers President 

  • State Registrar 

  • Trustee - (Darlington, Piedmont, & Orangeburg)

  • Historian 

 

Respectfully,

 

Tomeka Barr, State Secretary 

 

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Subject: Brotherhood Virtual Worship Service Saturday March 26, 2022 @ 10am
 

Greetings Brothers and Sisters!

 

"To extol with joy our redeemers name, and to tell His works and ways! To the house O Lord with rejoicing, we come!"

 

As we "Stand On His Promises," let us prepare for our 2nd 2022 Brotherhood Service.

 

Encourage your church family and friends to join in, as we lift our Savior and continue to build a strong bond!

 

Come ready to learn, worship, and be filled!

 

Time: March 26, 2022, 10:00am

 

Join Zoom Meeting

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84985257017?pwd=RnRmZTQ3RzkrOWR3Q3cvVzFMNVExZz09

 

Meeting ID: 849 8525 7017

 

Dial by your location

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Meeting ID: 849 8525 7017

 

With Christian Love!

Trevor S. Cropp I

SC Presbytery of the COG Brotherhood President

Blessings and Greetings Brotherhood Brothers and Sisters.

 

Brotherhood Deaths:

 

Brother Clifford Corbett Jr., Jamestown Road Church of God, Bishopville, SC.

 

Deacon Cramon Cumbee, Bethlehem Church of God, Andrews, SC.

 

Sister Jeanette Walker, Transformation Church of God, Greenville, SC.

 

Enumerated below are the dues for the Brotherhood Zoom Virtual Worship Service on Saturday, March 26, 2022 @ 10:00 AM.

 

Sisters:

 

General Offering:          $7.00

Memorial Claims:          $18.00     ($6.00 per death).

                      Total:          $25.00

Brothers:

 

General Offering:          $10.00

Memorial Claims:          $18.00     ($6.00 per death).

                   Total:            $28.00 

Brotherhood dues should be sent to:

 

Bro. Steven Martin

204 Brahman Way

Fountain Inn, SC 29644

Brotherhood announcements should be sent to:

 

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

208 Briercliff Drive

Columbia, SC 29203

In Christian Service,

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

State Brotherhood Recording Secretary/Program Chairman

 

 

Happy New Year SC State Presbytery!

As we are cognizant of everyone time especially at the start of the New Year, the SC State Presbytery January Rally has been postponed. The rally will take place on our 5th Sunday Unity Day service, January 30th, 2022. The Rally will begin at 10:00 am followed by Unity Day Service at 10:45 AM. We look forward to the fellowship as we join together virtually via Zoom.

It has been requested for all Pastors and/or Leaders to represent or designate someone in your respective congregation to present via Zoom how they are led by the spirit (song, scripture, prayer, poem, etc.) during the virtual rally. Each congregation will have 5 minutes to represent their church and state their rally amount. 

Please mail all checks for the January rally to Bro James Carr.

 

Bro. James Carr,  

5120 Fairmont Drive

Graniteville, SC 29829 

 

Please contact Chairman Quick if you have any questions or concerns regarding the upcoming Service.

In HIS Service

Rev. David Quick, Chairman

 

Greetings South Carolina State Presbytery,

The South Carolina State Presbytery would like to wish each of you a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year. During this incredible season reflect on advent, the birth of the forever reigning Messiah. We pray that your light will shine with the love of Christ, that your heart will ponder the things God has done and the blessings He has given.

 

Attached you will find a letter from our State Chairman concerning the reopening of the State Campsite, flyer regarding our upcoming January Rally, and our 2022 Annual State Calendar. Please share the attached letter, flyer, and calendar with your respective congregation. The SC State Presbytery January Rally will be held on Saturday, January 8th, 2021 at 10:00 AM via Zoom.

 

 

It has been requested for all Pastors and/or Leaders to represent or designate someone in your respective congregation to present via Zoom how they are led by the spirit (song, scripture, prayer, poem, etc.) during the virtual rally. Each congregation will have 5 minutes to represent their church and state their rally amount. 

 

All checks for the rally should be mailed to: 

 

Bro. James Carr,  

5120 Fairmont Drive

Graniteville, SC 29829 

 

We look forward to coming together via Zoom to worship and praise God together. 

 

Attachments:  (Links to all attachments are on the HOME page)

 

1.    Letter

2.    Flyer

3.    State Calendar 2022 - 2023 ("Tentative" Subject to change)

 

If you need clarity or have any questions regarding the rally or the reopening of the State Campsite, please do not hesitate to contact our State Chairman, Rev. David Quick. 

 

Note: The 2022 State Calendar is subject to change based on the reopening of the Campsite. 

 

Blessings,

 

Rev. David Quick, State Chairman

 

 

 

 

FROM BISHOP TIMOTHY CLARKE, CHAIR OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND ITS MINISTRIES COUNCIL

By chogministries

Posted December 1, 2021 

In Church of GodMOVE

 

A LETTER IN RESPONSE TO RECENT CONVERSATIONS AND QUESTIONS INVOLVING THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE CHURCH OF GOD

Beloved,

Throughout the history of the church, in fact, from its very beginning, there has often been the need for the church to meet, to discuss, to pray, and then to make decisions about her future. At times the issues facing the church were about doctrine. At other times it was about the definition of what it means to be a Christian and, at times, it had to do with personal deportment, what was and was not allowed, even regarding foods consumed and behavior practiced.

We see this for the first time when the leaders of the church in the book of Acts met to discuss how Gentile believers would be included in the life of the church. We later see it throughout the history of the church when councils were formed; again, often to debate doctrine and to decide what was truth, what was error, what was sound doctrine, and what was heresy.

Some of those councils gave the church her creeds and confessions, and each served to give direction and definition to the church. Even in our own Movement there have been occasions when the Church of God had to address critical issues among us.

At times this was done and accomplished through Task Forces, and other times through committees, both select and standing. In many of those cases, resolutions were put forth, debated, and often adopted, that became the “official” position of the Reformation Movement.

For me, two particular events stand out in the history of the Church of God, and they both have to do with the issue of race. There was the decision to ask “Negro” or “Colored” saints to worship among their own, as opposed to worshipping in Anderson, alongside and with their brothers and sisters in the Movement. That decision was made no doubt in an effort to avoid the sting and stigma of bigotry and racism of those who saw issues with, and were uncomfortable with, the races “mixing.” It left an indelible mark on the church, a mark whose vestiges and impact are still being felt.

The other seminal event about race took place in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1970, and has come to be known as the “Black Caucus.” There in the city of Cleveland, Black leaders of the National Association of the Church of God (NACOG), both men and women, met to discuss both the current climate and the future focus of Blacks in America and in the Church of God. That caucus marked a sea change in this Movement, and its impact is also still being felt today.

I set those two events, seminal and significant, before you because, once again, we the Church of God, find ourselves at a juncture and perhaps even a crossroads. Whatever one’s view of history or culture, one truth must be acknowledged—the church, though not of the world, is in the world, and what happens in the world touches the church, whether for good or ill. Whether it was the period when the Ku Klux Klan held sway across the length and breadth of this nation, or whether it was the period following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the upheaval in many of our cities, the church is often made to respond to what is going on around her.

That is where we find ourselves today and, then as now, there are some, perhaps many, who wrestle with what it means to be Christian, Church of God, and Black in 2021. The increase and rise in overt racism, the murders of Black men and women at the hands of those sworn to “protect and serve,” the dismantling of so many programs meant to give us a hand up and not a hand out, and the silence of the church at times, have all converged to make many ask, Who are we? Where do we belong? And, what is our future?

To that end, perhaps even compelled by the reality of all that I have mentioned, there is a proposal that is being discussed in the NACOG that seeks to speak to the concerns of some of her constituents. Contrary to what has sometimes been reported, this is not an attempt to secede from the Church of God. In fact, I could argue that that is biblically and even doctrinally impossible to do so; this is an attempt, rather, to have serious conversation around three concerns: self-determination, self-identification, and self-affirmation and actualization.

Now, more than ever, Blacks must ask, especially Blacks in church that are majority-dominated, Who are we? What is our place? What do we leave to our children?

As painful as this may be for some, it is a discussion that must be had, and there are decisions that must be reached. It is my hope that the church will be prayerful, patient, and prophetic as the NACOG wrestles with this issue and burden.

As chair of both the General Assembly of the Church of God in the United States and Canada and its Ministries Council, I pledge that we will keep you informed. The Ministries Council has discussed these developments at length and stands in prayerful support of our brothers and sisters, and for the church as a whole.

Click here to read letter

Blessings and Greetings Brotherhood Brothers and Sisters.

 

Brotherhood Death, Sister Anna Davis, First Church of God Lee Street, Darlington, SC.

 

Enumerated below are the dues for the Brotherhood Virtual Zoom Worship Service on Saturday, July 24, 2021.

 

Sisters:

 

General Offering:      $7.00

Memorial Claim:        $6.00

Total:                         $13.00

 

Brothers:

 

General Offering:     $10.00

Memorial Claim:         $6.00       

Total:                          $16.00

 

Brotherhood dues should be sent to:

 

Bro. Steven Martin

204 Brahman Way

Fountain Inn, SC 29644

 

Brotherhood announcements should be sent to:

 

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

208 Briercliff Drive

Columbia, SC 29203

 

 

In Christian Service,

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

State Brotherhood Recording Secretary/Program Chairman

 

 

 

 

 

Blessings and greetings Brotherhood Brothers and Sisters.

 

Brotherhood death, Reverend William B. Amaker, Senior Pastor, Wateree Church of God, Eastover, SC.

 

Enumerated below are the dues for the Brotherhood Virtual Worship Service on Saturday, May 22, 2021.

 

Sisters:

 

General Offering:      $7.00

Memorial Claim:        $6.00

Total:                       $13.00

 

Brothers:

 

General Offering:    $10.00

Memorial Claim:        $6.00

Total:                       $16.00

 

Brotherhood dues should be sent to:

 

Bro. Steven Martin

204 Brahman Way

Fountain Inn, SC 29644

 

Brotherhood announcements should be sent to:

 

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

208 Briercliff Drive

Columbia, SC 29203

 

 

In Christian Service,

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

State Brotherhood Recording Secretary/Program Chairman

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Greetings Ministers & SC State Council,

 

We trust and pray that this email will find everyone in good health and strength. Attached you will find the 2021 SC State Presbytery ballot. We're requesting for each Pastor and/or Church leader to distribute the ballot to the respective member(s) of your congregation(s). Please secure and mail all ballots to Dr. Tammy Shortt, Chairperson of the SC State Nominating Committee. All ballots received should include the following inside the envelope or email: Pastor, church name, number of ballots mailed. 

 

Lee Street Church of God

Attn: Dr. Tammy Shortt

222 Lee Street

Darlington, SC 29532

Note: If any member of your congregation would like to email their votes, please send to Dr. Tammy Shortt:  tammyshortt@gmail.com

Due to the pandemic we had to adjust our method of voting for candidates for the upcoming year. We have a few positions that remain unfilled.  If anyone have any questions or concerns regarding the ballot for 2021, please contact Dr. Tammy Short, Nominating Chairperson or Rev. David Quick, SC State Chairman. Please have all ballots email or post mark no later than Monday, May 31, 2021.

 

 

Blessings,

 

 

Dr. Tammy Shortt

Chairperson, Nominating Committee 

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For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. -2 Corinthians 5:1

 

My Journey’s Just Begun…. Don't think of me as gone away, my journey's just begun. Life holds so many facets, this earth is but one. Just think of me as resting from the sorrows and the tears. Just think of me in a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days or years. Think of how I must be wishing that you could know today how nothing but your sadness can really go away. Think of me as living in the hearts of those I touched for nothing loved is ever lost and rest assure I know how much I was loved so much.

 It is with profound sadness that we announce the transition of Brother Hoover Johnson, Sr. Bro. Hoover Johnson, 88, passed away on Thursday, April 1, 2021. Bro Johnson was a faithful member of Wateree Church of God, previously under the leadership of the late Pastor William B. Amaker. Bro. Johnson was a dedicated member of the SC State Presbytery and the State Brotherhood currently under the leadership of Rev. Trevor Cropp, I.  

 

Celebration of Life Service will be held 12:00 noon Thursday, April 8, 2021 at JP Holley Garners Ferry Road SE Chapel. Due to COVID-19 there will only be 75 people allowed into the funeral service. Interment to follow the funeral service at Greenlawn Memorial Park. A visitation will be held Wednesday, April 7, 2021 from 4:00pm – 8:00pm at JP Holley Garners Ferry Road SE Chapel. Please remember the Johnson family and the Wateree Chhurch of God in your prayers during this difficult time. 

 

Funeral service will be streamline  https://www.jpholley.com/obituary/Hoover-JohnsonSr or direct link  https://www.facebook.com/groups/799782703983806

 

 

Respectfully,

 

Rev. David Quick, State Chairman 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, write, blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit,

 that they may rest from their labors; and their works do follow them. Rev. 14:13.

 

It is therefore with tremendous sadness that we acknowledge the transition of Reverend William B. Amaker into eternal rest. Pastor William B. Amaker was the Sr. Pastor of Wateree Church of God, Eastover South Carolina and a former member of the South Carolina State Presbytery Trustee board. Pastor William B. Amaker, 80, of Santee, passed away Monday, March 29, 2021.

 

Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced later by Simmons Funeral Home and Crematory of Orangeburg. Friends may express condolences to his wife, Cora Amaker, 6549 Five Chop Road, Santee,; his daughter, Stacy Amaker at 803-662-3209; or Simmons Funeral Home and Crematory. Please adhere to COVID-19 precautions.  May the grace and peace of God rest upon the Amaker family and members of Wateree Church of God. Online condolences may be sent simmonsfuneralhome.com.

 

 

 

Gone, But Not Forgotten

 

 Don’t think of Pastor William Amaker as gone away for his journey’s just begun,

Life holds so many facets this earth is only one.

 

Just think of Pastor William Amaker as resting from the sorrows and the tears

In a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days any years.

 

Think how Pastor William Amaker must be wishing that we could know today

How nothing but our sadness can really pass away.

 

And think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched

For nothing loved is ever lost and Pastor William B. Amaker was loved very much.

 

 

Respectfully,

 

Rev. David Quick, SC State Chairman

 

 

 

Blessed Sunday afternoon Brotherhood Brothers and Sisters,

 

In addition to Deacon David Addison, Sixth Street Church of God, Hartsville, SC, we have another Brotherhood Death, Bro. Joe Black, Brownsville Community Church of God, Summerville, SC.

Thus, the dues for the Brotherhood Virtual Worship Service on Saturday, March 27, 2021 has been modified as reflected below.

 

Sisters:

General Offering:       $7.00

Memorial Claims:      $12.00      Six (6.00) Per Death

Total:                            $19.00

 

 

Brothers:

 

General Offering:      $10.00

Memorial Claims:      $12.00      Six (6.00) Per Death

Total:                           $22.00

 

If you have previously sent your Brotherhood Dues in prior to this modified Email, we thank you. Please send an additional $6.00 for Memorial Claim. If you have not sent your Brotherhood Dues in prior to this Email, please include $12.00 for the Memorial Claims. Again, we thank you. If you have any questions or concerns, please let me, Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger know via phone at (803) 404-1071 or Email:jadon1959@aol.com.

 

Brotherhood dues should be sent to:

 

Bro. Steven Martin

204 Brahman Way

Fountain Inn, SC 29644

 

Brotherhood announcements should be sent to:

 

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

208 Briercliff Drive

Columbia, SC 29203

 

 

In Christian Service,

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

State Brotherhood Recording Secretary/Program Chairman

Blessings and Greetings Brotherhood Brothers and Sisters.

 

Brotherhood Death, Deacon David Addison, Sixth Street Church of God, Hartsville, SC.

 

Enumerated below are the dues for the Brotherhood Virtual Worship Service on Saturday, March 27, 2021.

 

Sisters:

 

General Offering:      $7.00

Memorial Claim:        $6.00 

Total:                         $13.00

 

 

Brothers:

 

General Offering:      $10.00

Memorial Claim:        $6.00

Total:                         $16.00

 

 

Brotherhood dues should be sent to:

 

Bro. Steven Martin

204 Brahman Way

Fountain Inn, SC 29644

 

Brotherhood announcements should be sent to:

 

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

208 Briercliff Drive

Columbia, SC 29203

 

 

In Christian Service,

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger

State Brotherhood Recording Secretary/Program Chairman

 

 

Greetings SC State Presbytery,

 

Our Annual State Business Meeting will be held on Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 10:00 AM. We're requesting all SC State Presbytery Members that will be signing on via their computer, tablet, or mobile device to please register via the link below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registering for the Annual Business meeting do not charge a fee and members are asked to provide their first and last name, church affiliation, and pastor.  The purpose of registration is to ensure only members of the Presbytery will be joining the State Business Meeting and to prevent cyber attacks. The state meeting will lock at 10:15 am preventing anyone from entering at that point.  Attached is a copy of the agenda and the 2021 State Calendar. We request all members to begin logging in or dialing in to the meeting at 9:45 am.

 

Register in advance for this meeting:

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcpcOuvqz8tHdPAVaYqn6LnzvcpmjNooWc-

 

All members of the Presbytery that will be using their landline phone or mobile device to dial into the confernce please use the following information below:

 

Dial in Number: 1-669-900-9128

 

Meeting ID: 834 7275 4777

 

If anyone have any questions, concerns, or unable to log into the meeting please contact 

Sis. Tomeka Barr-Addison (704) 785-4600 or Pastor Robbie Shortt (864) 616-6033.

 

***Zoom Meeting Etiquette - Please be mindful of the following actions as you join the meeting on Saturday***

 

  • Mute your microphone 
    To help keep background noise to a minimum, make sure you mute your microphone when you are not speaking.

  • Be mindful of background noise
    When your microphone is not muted, avoid activities that could create additional noise, such as shuffling papers, side conversations, eating, etc.

  • Position your camera properly
    If you choose to use a web camera, be sure it is in a stable position and focused at eye level, if possible. Doing so helps create a more direct sense of engagement with other participants. 

  • Limit distractions
    To prevent distraction please refrain from eating, cleaning, etc while your camera is turned on.   

  • Prepare materials in advance
    If you will be sharing content during the meeting, make sure you have the files and/or links ready to go before the meeting begins.

 

 

On behalf of the State Chairman, Rev. David Quick, we would like to thank each of you for carving out time to join us on Saturday, March 6th as we discuss kingdom business.

 

 

In His Service,

 

 

Sis. Tomeka Barr-Addison 

SC State Secretary 

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Church Announcements

Sunday, February 28, 2021

 

Allen Street Church of God presents Soul Food. In African American culture Sunday dinner is a big deal after church. All topics are relevant and necessary at the table as we bond. This Sunday, the last in February for Black History month we move forward feeding our mind with a relevant conversation about church, mental health, and healing. Join in, we will be blessed to have you! Rev. Trevor Crop, I, Senior Pastor. Presentation will be held via Zoom starting at 11:00 am.

Zoom Number: (646) 558 – 8656

Meeting ID:       841 3600 9115

Passcode:         070102

Saturday, March 6, 2021 – Annual State Business Meeting at 10:00 am. We’re requesting all members of the SC State Presbytery to register via the link below.

 

You are invited to attend the SC State Presbytery Annual Business Meeting

When: Mar 6, 2021

Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

Register in advance for this meeting:

 

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

 Saturday, March 13, 2021- Annual Ushers’ Day Program via Zoom  at 10:00 am. Sis. Marie Irick, State Ushers’ President.

 

Topic: SC State Presbytery Annual Ushers Day

Time: Mar 13, 2021 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

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Tomeka Addison

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Blessings and Greetings Brotherhood Brothers and Sisters.
I pray each of you will have a Happy, Healthy, Christ Oriented, Prosperous and Blessed New Year.


Enumerated below are the dues for the Brotherhood Virtual Worship Service on Saturday, January 23, 2021.

Sisters:

General Offering:            $7.00
Annual Membership:   $10.00
Total:                               $17.00
  

Brothers:

General Offering:          $10.00
Annual Membership:   $10.00
Total:                               $20.00


Brotherhood dues may be sent to:

Bro. Steven Martin
204 Brahman Way
Fountain Inn, SC 29644

Brotherhood announcements may be sent to:

Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger
208 Briercliff Drive
Columbia, SC 29203


In Christian Service,
Bro. Rickie J. Bellinger
State Brotherhood Recording Secretary/Program Chairman

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greetings SC State Presbytery,

 

October is breast cancer awareness month. 2020 has been a powerful reminder that we are all in this together, and our choices and actions have the power to protect the most vulnerable among us in a big way. The same holds true when it comes to breast cancer.

 

Rev. Maggie Richardson, Pastor of First Church of God Bennettsville, will be hosting a virtual seminar on Sunday, October 25th, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Rev. Richardson will tell her story of survival and provide important information for both male and female. Please share with family and friends.

 

 

Topic: Breast Cancer Awareness

Time: Oct 25, 2020 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

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In His Service,

 

 

SC State Secretary

Former Pastor, Elder Charles Makins

Good afternoon Brothers and Sisters in Christ!

 

For we know that if the earthly tent we live in is destroyed, we have a building from God, an eternal house in heaven, not built by human hands.            - 2 Corinthians 5:1

 

It is with heavy hearts but joy that we announce the transition of our dear brother and former pastor, Charles Makins. Elder Makins, a leader among our clergy in the Church of God reformation movement has served in many various capacities across the state of South Carolina. His legacy of Bible knowledge, wisdom, and leadership shall not be forgotten. His desire to reach his eternal home in heaven is represented in his life and ministry. His earthly tent maybe dissolved, but we thank God for lending him to us for a season. 

 

Please continue to pray for his family, church family, and friends during this time of bereavement. 

 

All Brotherhood members in attendance, please wear your brotherhood pin in honor of our dear brother. Also, we the Brotherhood are requested to take part in service by singing. Please govern yourselves accordingly and be prepared to take part. 

 

Funeral Arrangements are as followed:

Friday January 17, 2019 

12:00pm

Beasley Funeral Home

715 Augusta Street

Greenville, SC 29605

Telephone: (864)-520-2997

 

PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL NOT BE A WAKE, BUT A VIEWING. 

 

​Please spread this communication to your specific congregations across the state. 

 

​With Thanks!

 

Pastor Trevor S. Cropp I

President, South Carolina Church of God Presbytery State Brotherhood

          

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