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  • Phone: (803) 548-2600
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  • Meeting/Mailing Address:
    1875 Gold Hill Road  Tega Cay, SC  29708

 

Service Times

Sunday Mornings:

  • 8:30am - 8:45am - Prayer Time (East Wing Classroom)
  • 8:50am - 9:10am - Snack & Fellowship
  • 9:15am - Early Worship Service and Sunday School Classes (all age groups)
  • 10:45am - Worship Service and Adult Sunday School Classes

Sunday Evenings

  • 4:30-6:30pm - Sunday Night Live! - accountability groups, choir practice, Financial Peace University. Something for the entire family!
  • 4:30-6:30pm - EDGE for middle and high school students

Tuesday Evenings

  • 5:30 Ladies Prayer Time
  • 6:30 - Ladies Bible Study
  • Wednesday Mornings
  • 9:30-11:30 - Ladies Bible Study

Wednesday Evenings

  • 6:30 Center for Biblical Studies (CBS) Class

Saturday Mornings

  • Men's Bible Study - 2nd & 4th Saturdays 6:45-8:00am. Breakfast is provided.

These and various other ministries meet throughout the week.  Please contact the church office for additional information.

Pastor's Prayer Blog

5 Ways to Pray for the New School Year

Posted by Dr. Brad Ferguson on

5 Ways to Pray for the New School Year

Whether you homeschool, go to private school, or public school, it all begins again in a few weeks. Each new school year will bring challenges and blessings. Some of the challenges that can be expected will center on academics, relationships, and schedules. Some of the blessings that will likely be experienced will center around…you guessed it…academics, relationships, and schedules. So how can we as parents use this time in our kids’ lives to pray for them?

 Here are a few ways we can pray.

First, pray that your children will take academics seriously. Their futures are being formed right now. Most kids don’t understand how important that is. We, as parents, have experience on our side regarding this.

Second, pray that your children will have a growing awareness of how God wants to use them as they grow and mature. They are being prepared to serve the Lord full-time in whatever line of work He calls them to. School is a very important part of that preparation.

Third, pray that your children would have an open eye and heart for the needs of those around them. School can be a great training ground for putting others first by serving them in Jesus’ name.

Fourth, pray that your children will look out for the lonely ones. Cliques can be very intimidating for new students or for students who are usually left out. It is important to pursue new friendships with new kids.      

Fifth, pray that your children will openly share their faith. School is a mission field. Schedules, whether for sports or music lessons, are open doors to share the gospel with those we come in contact with.

God is at work in all our activities. Let’s pray for a school year that will glorify God by putting Him first.

 Brad