News Around SC United Methodist Churches

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Forever Friends, an outreach ministry of Grace Community United Methodist Church to help people with disabilities, celebrated 10 years of ministry this fall.
By Jessica Brodie. Two months, two hurricanes—and now, with help from the United Methodist connection, the people of South Carolina are on the rebound.
By Jessica Brodie. The denomination’s top court has ruled on two of the three plans developed by the Way Forward Commission.
By Jessica Brodie. A fresh gust of wind is blowing through United Methodist men’s ministry this fall as their leadership team gets a new president, shifts plans for its spiritual retreat and begins to walk through a vision for their districts.
By Laura Camby McCaskill. On the second floor at Stallsville United Methodist Church lives a new way for the church to be Jesus to hurting people in the world: Charis Academy.
By Jessica Brodie. Four people have paired their love for running with a way to help a church raise $8,000 to feed Haitian orphans.
Two years ago, a group of women at First United Methodist church began meeting to share their love of sewing and crafting. This month, they are holding a fall arts and crafts sale to benefit missions.
By Laura Camby McCaskill. One United Methodist in the Upstate, Wilson Casey, is fusing his love for trivia and the Bible with his skills as a writer.
By Jessica Brodie. One of the largest United Methodist churches in South Carolina—Christ United Methodist Church, Myrtle Beach—has asked to leave the denomination.
Advocate Editor Jessica Brodie\'s reflection on gratitude.