Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Do you provide childcare during services?

Ans: Unfortunately, we do not have childcare at this time. However, children and adults of all ages are welcome in all our services. We hope to be able to provide a special, separate worship experience for young children in the near future.

Question: What should I wear?

Ans: We invite you to wear whatever makes you comfortable. You will find that some people attending wear their traditional “Sunday best” while others wear jeans and t-shirts. Most of all, we want you to be comfortable and not worry about what you are wearing.

Question: What are your service times?

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We celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday at 10 a.m. and Evening Prayer every Wednesday at 4 p.m. Read more about our worship services here.

Question: What does your church believe?

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We celebrate a diversity of beliefs within the historic, orthodox Christian tradition. Read more about our beliefs here.

Question: How long are your services?

Ans: Holy Communion on Sundays generally runs from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. Evening Prayer on Wednesdays generally lasts from 4 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.

Question: Can I use your church for weddings or events?

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We try to accommodate everyone that wants to use our facilities. Please contact us for more information.

Question: Do you baptize infants?

Ans: Yes, we believe Baptism is a gift from God, so we share this gift with infants, children, and adults. Read more about our beliefs here.

Question: Do you practice open communion?

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Yes, everyone is welcome to join us in receiving God’s gift of Holy Communion. Read more about our beliefs here.

Question: Is your church affiliated with a denomination?

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Yes, we are part of the global United Methodist Church. To read more about our denomination on a national and international level, click here. We are also part of the South Carolina Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church led by Bishop L. Jonathan Holston. On a local level, we are partnered with other local congregations in the Anderson District of the United Methodist Church. Although we are proud to be a part of our denomination, we welcome everyone to our services, regardless of your denominational or religious affiliations.

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