Journey through Acts

Chapter 3 continued We are journeying through the Acts of the Apostles and last Sunday we heard about the first of many miracles in this book, when Peter and John were entering the temple for prayer and were stopped by a lame man asking for money. But instead of money

Journey Through Acts

Acts 3:1-13a Last week in chapter 2 of the Acts of the Apostles we saw the impartation of the Holy Spirit come upon the followers of Christ. We heard about Peter’s first sermon and that it was so powerful 3000 believers were added to the church that day. We also

Journey through Acts

Acts 2:42-47 I hope you had a fantastic 4th yesterday! As you went about your day, I hope you thought not only about the freedom of our wonderful country, and all of the many sacrifices made, so that we continue to enjoy it, but the freedom offered to us in Christ

Journey through Acts

Acts 1:1-11 Before we get started on the message, I wanted to ask how many of you are happy to be back in church? Did you miss coming to church? Me too and I’m delighted that we are back and am praying that the virus will be squelched very soon

Carrying Your Cross

June 21st, 2020 Good morning church family! First I wanted to say that this is the last video I will be making of my message. The worship committee has decided that we will no longer tape the message since we will be holding next Sunday’s service back in our beautiful

Kingdom of Heaven

June 14th, 2020 Good morning church family! Today we will be talking primarily about what Jesus, Mark and Luke called the Kingdom of God. Matthew, however, referred to it in his gospel as the Kingdom of Heaven. The idea of God’s Kingdom is essential to Jesus’ teaching and is mentioned

God: the Father, the Son & the Holy Spirit

June 7th, 2020 Good morning church family! Today is Trinity Sunday. The day we celebrate the Christian doctrine of the Trinity, the 3 persons of God: the Father, the Son & the Holy Spirit. Yes, it remains a mystery to all of us how the Father, Son and Holy Spirit

Come Holy Spirit, Come…..

5/31/20, Acts 2:1-4 Good morning on this beautiful Sunday. The day on which we celebrate Pentecost. You may or may not know this, but Pentecost was a Jewish holiday and was celebrated long before we Christians ever celebrated it. The word Pentecost comes from a Greek word meaning 50th. As

Stand Firm

5/24/20, 1 Peter 4:12-14; 5:6-11 Good morning on this Memorial Day weekend. Let us never forget the reason for this extra day off. To pay homage and tribute to all those who have sacrificed so that we might do exactly what we are doing right now. Coming together to worship


The United Methodist Church and the First Presbyterian Church in South Charleston have formed a Prayer Initiative for the South Charleston Community. We invite you to join us in this Initiative beginning Sunday, May 17th. Our community, our state, our nation and the world is undergoing challenging times and prayer is

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