Calendar of Events

For the 4th quarter of 2019, the Sabbath School lessons will be on the Old Testament books of Ezra and Nehemiah.  As prophesied by Jeremiah, the Jewish people's 70-year exile to Babylon had ended, and were then allowed to return to their homeland.  They had been assisted to rebuild their Temple, but much of the city of Jerusalem remained in ruins.  The work of restoration under the leadership of Zerubbabel, Ezra, and Nehemiah also involved spiritual re-education and reform.  This also represents the work of spiritual restoration that is to be wrought in the closing days of this earth's history.  These men met this challenge, but the question for us is, "How much do we really want our lives to model what God can do through us when we are willing to be a dedicated, faithful servants of God as they were?"

Saturday, Dec. 14,  9:30am, Sabbath School, "Backslidden People",   discussion led by Mark Hagensicker.

Saturday, Dec. 14, 11:00am, Worship Service,  Randy Roberts video, "The Double-Crosser Gets Double-Crossed".

We are now meeting in our new and larger facility in 100 Willis Street Plaza, a few doors from our former location.  You are invited to fellowship with us, and join in a discovery of what the Bible has to say that applies even to us in today's world.

If you are in the Gaffney area, and are able to partner with us in our clothing and food community outreach by donating clothes and shoes that are still in very good condition or food supplies, please send an email to to arrange for pick-up, or for further information.

The next open date for God's Clothing & Food Bank is January 14, 5:30 to 7:00pm.

  1. Why are there so many different Christian churches?
  2. And why do you go to the one you usually attend?
  3. Does it matter if your church teaches things that are not biblical?
  4. With so much "fake news" in the world today, how can we know what God wants us to know?
  5. What knowledge and actions are essential for salvation about which most people can agree?
  6. What is the likelihood of still being friends and having unity when there is disagreement about things not essential to salvation that violate long-standing beliefs?                                                                                                                                 If any of these questions stimulate your thinking, and you care to share your answers, please send an email to