North Greenville University held its first white coat ceremony earlier this month, recognizing a cohort of its Physician Assistant (PA) program at Suber Road Baptist on Dec. 8.
This holiday season, local residents are invited to take a walk in someone else’s shoes by joining in the Compassion Experience at Covenant United Methodist Church from December 15-18.
The sights and sounds of the Christmas story will be on display Dec. 16-17 as Redeemer Lutheran Church brings back its Live Nativity from 6:30-9 p.m.
Springwell Church will once again be presenting two Christmas Eve services for the community to enjoy—one at 1 p.m. and one at 3 p.m.
“This year, our theme is ‘Why Christmas?’” said Dylan Arms, the worship director. “The service will be unpacking what is the whole point of Christmas. It’s the emphasis of John 3:16—God is love.”
Q: Do you think the stigma of addiction has been reduced at all over the last decade?
Addiction/recovery expert Rich Jones arrived at FAVOR-Greenville in 2013, just in time to witness the greatest flood of drug overdose deaths our state and nation have ever seen.
Throughout that time, he’s served as Executive Director of FAVOR, which stands for Faces and Voices of Recovery.
The Gap Creek Singers are bringing in the holiday season with their annual Christmas Concert, set for Dec. 2.
The group will perform on Sunday at 7 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, located at 100 School Street in Greer.
Fourth grade teacher Tammy Rogers is finding ways to give back year-round.
Last year, Rogers came up with the idea for her students at Brushy Creek Elementary School to donate items for the Blessing Bags instead of giving her Christmas gifts.