The UMC Announces a Direct Billing Holiday During Pandemic

Click here to read or download a copy of the memo from Rev. Chris Lollis regarding the July, August, and September Direct Billing Holiday. This same information was sent to pastors and local church financial officers, if there was an email address on file. So that all church financial officers are informed, we are asking pastors to share this information with their finance chair, treasurer, financial secretary. We also ask the  church council chair and your PPRC chair. We will make this information available on the Greenwood District web page:
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Pensions and Benefits and speak with Stephanie Ponds Henry, benefits coordinator for the Greenwood District.

 

February District Newsletter Is Now Available

Click on the image at the left to read or download a copy of this month’s newsletter.

Items of interest include:

  • February District Clergy Meeting
  • 2020 Stewardship Summit
  • Upcoming Meetings
  • Tables I, II, III
  • General Conference Listening Sessions
  • District Leadership Training
  • Men N Ministry Retreat
  • 2019 Local Church Audits

 

February Issue of the Greenwood District Newsletter

February issue coverThe February Issue of the District Newsletter is now available. Click on the picture of the newsletter cover to download your copy.

Items of Interest include:

  • District Valentine’s Day Celebration to benefit Imagine No Malaria
  • February District Clergy Meeting
  • Stewardship Summit
  • Local Church Audits and Tables I, II, and III

Stewardship Summit, March 5, 2016

Stewardship SummitStewardship Summit
March 5, 2016
Simpsonville UMC

Dr. Kennon Callahan will be the featured speaker at a daylong Stewardship Summit  offered by the South Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church.

Set for Saturday, March 5, Simpsonville UMC, the day begins at 10 a.m. and concludes at 3:15 p.m. There will be a working lunch, and Callahan will be available after the event for conversation for anyone who wishes to have further discussion with him.

Callahan is a bestselling author, researcher, professor, theologian, and pastor. He is among today’s most sought-after speakers and consultants.  His newest book is Living in Hope.

Cost for the Summit is $10 per person. Registration is now open on the Conference website.