We all need and ask for payer at various times and we know the power of prayer is awesome!
On non-communion Sundays we have the Laying on of Hands for Pastor Pete where you have the wonderful opportunity to go forward and pray silently for Pastor as he prepares to deliver his message.
You do not need to be asked - let the spirit of our Lord guide you - you will be blessed!
Engage in some informal conversation and coffee with Pastor Pete at 9:45 a.m. on July 2 in Study B/C.
With the Seeker's Sunday school taking a break on this Sunday, we have the space to meet for some discussion time before the worship service at 11 a.m.
Pastor Pete is willing to address all topics and questions, and might even have a few for you!
The Brothers! Thursday morning breakfast and Bible study continue their study of Jeremiah on Thursday, July 6 (no Brothers, June 29 due to Family Promise), at Jeremiah 22:13. Breakfast starts at 8 a..m. with the study starting at 8:30 a.m. and concluding by 9 a.m.
The second of the major prophets, the book of Jeremiah is a challenge to conscience and a comfort to the wounded in body and spirit. The book addresses the destruction of Judah and the capital Jerusalem by Babylon’s armies but also strives to move beyond this historical milestone to a new future.
The book of Jeremiah seeks to defend God from charges of being unjust, uncaring, or unable to protect God’s people. Instead the responsibility of the people and their failure to “listen” is brought front and center.
Come join the Brothers! each Thursday morning, with breakfast from 8 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. and a study of Jeremiah from 8:30 a.m. - 9 a.m.
Additional details on The Brothers! available online.
The Church office will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, for the holiday.
Pastor Pete may be reached on his cell phone at 843-694-7447.
Here at Church of the Palms we carry on the practice from early years of the Christian church when people were encouraged to bring "offerings for the poor" to their celebration of the Lord's Supper.
Such monetary gifts offered, and then left on the communion railing (often referred to as a "rail offering"), are placed in a special fund for use in providing assistance to those in the community, as well as those in our own congregation facing extraordinary financial challenges.