October 2017 Newsletter Is Now Available

The October issue of the Greenwood District Newsletter is now available. Click on the image to the left to access the newsletter or to download a copy.

Items of interest include:

  • Bishop’s Day in the Greenwood District
  • October Clergy Meeting (See article about the Bishop’s Day)
  • Paying 2017 Apportionments
  • Greenwood District’s Response to Recent Hurricanes
  • October Charge Conference Schedule

September Issue of the Greenwood District Newsletter

2016_09_01The September issue of the Greenwood District newsletter is now available. Click on the image at the left to read this month’s issue online or to download a copy. You are invited to share this newsletter with anyone who may be interested.

Items of interest include:

  • September Charge Conference Schedule
  • September Pastor Consultation Schedule
  • Lake Day for Greenwood District Youth
  • List of Upcoming Meetings
  • September District Clergy Meeting

July Issue of the Greenwood District Newsletter is now Available

July newsletter coverClick  on the image at the left to read online or to download this month’s newsletter.

Topics of interest include:

  • Invitation to the Installation Worship Service for Rev. Dr. Stephen Love, new District Superintendent for the Greenwood District
  • Bishop’s School of Ministry
  • 2016 District Set-up Meeting
  • District Ministry Team
  • Quest: Pursuing God’s Call

Sending Forth Celebration Set for May 20

farewell1Make plans now to join us for this annual district event as we bid Godspeed to our friends and colleagues who are moving to new appointments in other districts or who are entering a new phase of ministry in retirement.

We will gather in Asbury Hall, Wesley Commons, 1110 Marshall Rd., Greenwood, at 6:30 p.m. for dinner and a time of fellowship, recognitions, celebration, and farewells.This is a special time in our district, since our District Superintendent and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. James Friday (Debra), will be moving to a new appointment next month.

Invitations have been mailed to all pastors in the district. Meal reservations are due no later than May 15. Click here to download a copy of the meal reservation form. Cost of the meal is $12 per person. Please make checks payable to the Greenwood District and mail to PO Box 49968, Greenwood SC 29649 ATTN: Martha.

Guests of the district are those pastors and their spouses who will be moving to new appointments in other districts or extension ministries and those pastors and their spouses who will be retiring at this year’s Annual Conference. Guests may use the meal reservation form and simply indicate the number attending.



Giving Tuesday, May 3 – An Opportunity to Help Killingsworth Home

killingsworthA message from Rev. Diane Moseley, Executive Director, Killingsworth Home:

Good afternoon friends and supporters of Killingsworth —

I’m writing today to ask a special favor from you.  It’s about a $10,000 possibility for the women of Killingsworth!!

Perhaps you have heard of the annual “local giving day” that is now being celebrated all over the country each year on the first Tuesday of May…..local communities are organizing 24-hours of philanthropy to support local nonprofit organizations.

Someone observed that people who are online constantly — shopping and texting and sending pictures — should be invited to become philanthropists online as well.  Check out this web site which will answer most all the questions you may have about it.     midlandsgives.org

In our area the Central Carolina Community Foundation is hosting the event and calling it Midlands Gives! It has other names in other communities.  They all have the goal of raising funds for local charities in 24 hours AND DOING IT ALL ONLINE.  Since we receive referrals from all over South Carolina we are asking people all over South Carolina to hop online and make a stretch donation to support the women of Killingsworth.

I am bold to ask because we have been given a $10,000 challenge match  and we have raised only a little more than half that in the past.  If we meet or exceed our goal of raising $10,000 in 24 hours, we will have $20,000 to support the women of Killingsworth.   So — double your pleasure in giving! Pretty good loaves and fishes! We can push $20 or more a long way!

So that’s what it is — and what I am writing about is to ask you to share this information with the folks at your church, in your Sunday School class, any group you may be a part of, and in your circle of friends.  Ask them to consider a gift for Killingsworth to be given online sometime between 00:01 AM and 11:59 PM on May 3   (next Tuesday). If someone is supportive but declines because they cannot “do computers”, then it seems like the missional thing to do would be to find a child or grandchild who eats/sleeps/breathes computer to help get it done.

The donation has to be made on the Midlands Gives web site to be counted toward the challenge. You can get to the right page at this link: Click here: Midlands Gives. The leaderboard at Midlands Gives will keep a running record of donations beginning thirty seconds after midnight on May 3.

Thank you for the generosity and support you have shown us in the past, and I hope you will consider helping with this possibility as well.

web site:   killingsworth.org

on Facebook as Killingsworth Home