Pastor Ronald G. Smith, Sr., 77, passed away July 6, 2019 at Beaufort Memorial Hospital.
We belong to the Truth. In her July column for Living Lutheran, ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton asks: “How do we live as people of Truth in a time of spin?” In deep humility, profound gratitude and real joy.
You’re invited to the first Civil Rights Pilgrimage of the South carolina Synod to Selma and Montgomery, Alabama on September 12-13, 2019.
As a follow-up to an earlier orientation to Recovery Residence plans, Bethlehem Lutheran Church hosted a meeting May 19 for leaders and interested persons throughout the Heartland Conference and the community.
The ELCA has launched a resource, “A 60-Day Journey Toward Justice in a Culture of Gun Violence,” featuring daily observances that revolve around prayer, education and advocacy on gun violence.
Join us for the second annual Addiction and Faith Conference to be held in Bloomington MN on Sept. 20, 21, 22, 2019
In this season of Pentecost, as we open ourselves anew to the work of the Holy Spirit, the presiding bishop) commends to this church the Arusha Call to Discipleship from the World Council of Churches.
Gathering, word, meal, sending. In her June column for Living Lutheran, ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton reflects on why we worship: “[Liturgy is] a discipline Lutherans willingly undertake because it helps individuals and the entire community express our connection with other Christians throughout the world and across the ages.”
Deacon Lexanne Graves, Vice President of the South Carolina Synod, stood before the synod assembly on Saturday morning to share her report to the assembly.
Here are the results from this year’s assembly. Included are the results of the votes for the compensation guidelines and budget.