Presiding Elder Rev. Samuel McPherson, Abbeville – Greenwood District of the AME Church, invites you to come and pray with the AME District family at the Long Cane AME Church, 8 Long Cane Road, Abbeville, SC. The service will begin at 6 pm. tonight.
Weston Chapel AME, 805 Cambridge Ave., Greenwood, will be open for prayer this evening between 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Rev. Furman Miller is the pastor. Everyone in the community is welcome as the community comes together in prayer for Emanual AME Church in Charleston as well as the entire Charleston Community.
Prayer Vigil Scheduled in the McCormick Community, sponsored by the McCormick County Ministerial Alliance and the McCormick County Community Relations Council.
As the people of McCormick County become aware of the horrific and tragic act of violence which took place in Charleston last night at Emanuel AME Church our hearts and spirits cry out in pain, sadness, and outrage. The McCormick County Ministerial Alliance and the McCormick County Community Relations Council are joining together to sponsor a prayer vigil at MACK Park tomorrow evening at 7:00 PM.
The purpose of the vigil is to pray for the victims and their families, show our unity as people of compassion, and unleash the positive power of mutual respect and love in a fractured world. We are asking the church leaders, civic leaders, and interested citizens help to spread the word as we come together.
Africa University Choir will be in concert on Monday, June 15, 7:00 p.m., at Cumberland United Methodist Church, 163 South Coit St., Florence, SC. Rev. Anthony Hodge is the pastor.
Africa University is a United Methodist-related school.
The concert is free of charge and everyone is invited to attend.