704 Wassamassaw Lane, Moncks Corner, SC  29461  |  843-688-4281
Homecoming Celebration and Sanctuary Dedication!

Dear Church Family,

We are now able to gather in one worship service, starting at 10:45AM, and are once again having our Sunday School classes, starting at 9:30AM. We have been and will continue to observe social distancing and face coverings for the protection of our church family. I hope to see many of you this Sunday! If you do not feel comfortable coming back to church at this time, you can still watch the service on video. We are currently studying Hebrews in a sermon series titled “Exalting Jesus.”

COVID-19 has been “a bump in the road” for our church, but God is still on His throne, and Jesus is still the Head of His church. Our vision of reaching and discipling the people of our community for Jesus has not changed. There are hundreds of young families with children within a ten mile radius of our church who need to hear the life-changing message of the Gospel.  God placed us in this community 236 years ago “for such a time as this.” God will enable us to reach this community if we are willing to make the necessary changes. Are you up for it? I am! By God’s grace we can make a greater impact for Christ than we ever have. Why don’t you start with “your one?” It might be a young family in your neighborhood or community? Soon we will be offering practical witness training to help you in that effort!

Unto Him who is able,

Pastor Norman

Below is our Road To Regathering Plan
On Homecoming Sunday, November 1, we dedicated the new worship center to the Glory of God! It was a time of Christ-centered worship where we gave praise to God who deserves all the Glory!   Pastor Tom Tucker preached the dedication sermon. Tom’s father was pastor at Wassamassaw in the 50’s when Tom was a young child. Tom is a gifted preacher, and we were blessed by his ministry.

Let us continue to pray for God to provide for our church’s financial needs. Thank you for your faithful support through these difficult days. Let us be encouraged with Paul’s words, “Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.” (1 Corinthians 15:58)

Looking Unto Jesus,
Pastor Norman