By: Wilbur Smith, Chairman, SC Committee on Lutheran Scouting

The 46TH Annual SC Lutheran Scout Retreat will be held at Camp Kinard in Leesville, South Carolina January 16 - 18, 2015 (alternate date January 30, 31, February 1, 2015). The Lutheran Scout Retreat provides your troop with an opportunity to enjoy a winter campout as well as providing a weekend of Christian fellowship and fun with other Lutheran Scouts in South Carolina. All Lutheran sponsored troops and Lutheran Scouts or leaders with their troop are invited. Click here to download a brochure with registration information.

Always Being Made New: What does this mean?

Come learn about the ELCA Campaign “Always Being Made New” at one of the following locations on Saturday, November 15 from 10:00 - 11:30 AM. 

UPSTATE:
Lutheran Church of Our Saviour, 2600 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Greenville, SC  29615

LOWCOUNTRY:
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 714 Riverdale Drive, Charleston, SC  29407

MIDLANDS:
Christus Victor Lutheran Church, 400 Harbison Blvd., Columbia, SC 29212

Please let us know if your congregation will be attending: Pastorstoxen@comporium.net
To find out more, please contact Pastor Christine Stoxen at 803-324-5295, or watch the video.

 

GraceWorks Blog

Sep 22, 2014
Posted by: Celie Addy

Welcome to the new "GraceWorks" blog, where South Carolina Synod folks can share news and more.



Welcome to the South Carolina Synod’s Web site!


Have you ever noticed that most of Jesus’ preaching, teaching and healing stories happened while he was traveling on the road from one destination to another, and that the disciples learned what it meant to share God’s Kingdom with others by walking with Jesus?

A disciple is one who is open to learning and following Jesus in his or her everyday life. Discipleship is so much more than going to church on Sunday or being a member of a congregation! As disciples, baptized believers are the Church of Christ on the road, listening to and for the calling of the Spirit to love, serve and share the good news of Jesus with those around us.

I hope this Web site will help you see what God is up to in the SC Synod, and help you to join in the ministries that touch, bless and transform the lives of others. Our vision is that God is calling our congregations to join with their neighbors, serve boldly and love all—through Jesus Christ.

May this Web site help you grow in your discipleship as we walk together as brothers and sisters in Christ—which is what the word “synod” is all about.

Peace,

Bishop Herman R. Yoos



 

 

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