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Click the link below to watch a video of the

Savannah River Baptist Association
218th
Annual Mtg 1

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Christmas Prisoner paqcks

The Christmas Packets for Prisoners project began in 1976. It is a joint project of SCBC and SC WMU. As the project has grown, our churches continue to give faithfully and generously. Thank you for sharing the love of Jesus with those who need to know Jesus in a personal way.
 
Many men, women and youth have no one who cares for them. They have no visitors, nor do they receive gifts at Christmas. You make Christmas special for them through this ministry. You provide hope and love. As a result, some have received the true Christmas gift. They have come to know Christ because you care.

Christmas Prisoner Packets are due at the Associational office by Wednesday, December 2.

 

 

 

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IN OUR CHURCHES
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Operation Christmas Child Drop-off Centers for Season 2020

Red Dam Baptist Church
Central Drop-Off Center Team Leader: Pastor Kevin Crosby
488 Red Dam Church Road
Hardeeville, SC
Church Office: 843-784-6083

 

Great Swamp Baptist Church

Drop Off CenterTeamLeader: Dorthie Armstrong

9009 Tarboro Rd., Ridgeland, SC

Church Office:  843-726-3631

 

 

Riverview Baptist Church

Drop Off Center Team Leader:  Jean Engle

2209 Boundry St.

Beaufort, SC

Church Office:  843-524-8335

 

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October is Cooperative Program Month

Through the Cooperative Program (CP), Southern Baptist churches give a percentage of their undesignated receipts in support of their respective state convention and the Southern Baptist Convention missions and ministries. CP provides thirty-seven percent of IMB annual support. IMB receives slightly more than half of CP funds from state conventions for the global work of the gospel.
Your generosity through your church and the Cooperative Program shares the good news of Jesus Christ with lost and hurting people around the world every day. Giving through the Cooperative Program is the financial fuel that helps us take Good News to the whole world.

 

 


Regathering Church
Resources from the SC Baptist Convention

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues on, much of the conversation amongst church leaders has shifted from how do we move everything to a virtual environment to how do we begin taking steps to regather as a church. Click here to find resources to assist your congregation in making the transition to in-person gatherings. 


How To Start Online Giving For Your Church
The Baptist Foundation of South Carolina is offering a quick, easy, and cost-effective way for churches and ministries to offer online giving to their donors, so they have the chance to give faithfully in all circumstances.

Click here to learn more.

 

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