Our Outreach Committee has scheduled the following events for June 2023… June 10th in the Fellowship Hall, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Karaoke night. Please bring your own snacks & beverages.
June 24th in the Fellowship Hall, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Spaghetti Supper – Cost: $15 each at the door.
Children under 6, no charge. Bring your family & friends.
Thursday, May 25, 2023 we enjoyed out Taco Thursday at the Pavilion. Jack Reed and his wife Paula provided the taco’s with all the fixings! They were delicious!! We had a great time of fellowship and good eats!
May 12, 2023… Our first Sparkling Gala & Silent Auction was a great success! The food was delicious! We danced and enjoyed music from “The Carolina Girls” (Rebecca Biethman, Judy Moran & Lynn Macan, with Allyn Perdue on the bass.) Pam Hoel & Kathy Smith gave tours and shared history of our historical church. Thanks to everyone for supporting this event. It was a great evening of fellowship & fun. Proceeds supported St. Luke’s Music Ministry. Below are some photos of the evening.
April 30th, we enjoyed a potluck after our worship service. Lots of fellowship and good food!
April 23rd, we recognized Native American Day. We were blessed to have “Beckee” Garris speak at our worship service followed by coffee & refreshments in our Fellowship Hall.
That same evening, around a fire, we cooked hot dogs and listened to Beckee telling us stories from the Catawba Tribe.
We had a Yard Sale & Bake Sale on April 22nd to benefit our “Outreach Ministry”.
Walterboro District Superintendent, Rev. Joey McDonald visited with us on April 16th and blessed our newly renovated Fellowship Hall.
April 14th, we enjoyed a Karaoke Night…
COMPLETION OF OUR FELLOWSHIP HALL
We are once again able to have our Coffee/Fellowship between the worship services. Please come in and see the transformation! St Luke’s UMC is excited about the completion of this Fellowship Hall renovation. It will support a growing presence and community ministry expansion. Our witness to the world is as much in what we do as what we say.
Our Pancake Breakfast on March 25th was a huge success! Thanks to our Outreach Ministry Committee shown here:
We have added a Pavilion in our back cemetery to host community events!
Our first event in the “Pavilion” in our back cemetery was a huge success. The day of “Music on the Ground” was a great way to celebrate our new Pavilion. It will be an annual affair… so keep checking back for our next date in 2023.
The following week, we had our first “Cornhole, Night under the Lights”. That also, was a great success. We look forward to having many more events in our Pavilion.
We even cooked hot dogs on a wood burning pit one Tuesday night after the Cornhole games!
We look forward to more good times together as a church family!
Recently, we enjoyed a “Pizza Night”
Epworth Children’s Home
American resourcefulness churns into a sweet cause – Epworth Ice Cream!
In the past, St Luke’s United Methodist church attendees had a sweet treat, sampling Epworth Ice Cream immediately following the services.
Epworth Ice Cream was born in Columbia South Carolina during the Great Depression. Subsidized with a surplus of peanut butter, orphanage staff relied on the government ration in countless meals. However, none became as popular as its infusion with fresh cream from the onsite dairy. Today peanut butter ice cream is the flagship flavor in a product family where 100% of profits benefit the Epworth Children’s Home, helping children and families live a better life.
South Carolinians can
- Purchase and enjoy 4 flavors available at 31 retailers and 3 restaurants throughout the mid-land area including the University of South Carolina in Columbia
- Purchase online and ship directly to you
Remember, every ounce supports Epworth Children’s Home!
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