This past weekend, April 5-6, the Greer First Baptist worship and drama team partnered with New River bluegrass band to present an Easter musical drama, “Three Days Later.”
Brushy Creek First Assembly of God has been a part of the Greer community for many years, but the church recently decided to become a part of Greenville as well, merging with Trinity Fellowship, an Assembly of God church located on Pleasantburg Drive in Greenville.
Greer First offers community egg hunt
Greer First Baptist Church will host Scrambling for Eggs on Saturday, April 5, 10-11:30 a.m.
The event will offer face painting, inflatables, balloon animals, and lots of candy-filled eggs. Activities are free.
On Saturday, March 29, El Bethel Baptist Church will be hosting its third annual Relay for Life 2K to help raise money for cancer research at 8 a.m.
“We’ve had a lot of people in our church die from cancer and some who have survived cancer,” said Pastor Joe Seay. “Last year, we had a 90-year-old who walked two miles.”
Quartet to sing at Peoples Baptist Church
Peoples Baptist Church, located at 310 Victor Ave. Ext., Greer, will host the quartet “Driven,” featuring Jason Funderburk, on Sunday, March 30 at 11 a.m.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Call 848-0449 for more information.
‘Golden Hearts’ events
Celebrate “March Madness” is on the calendar for the Golden Hearts at Laurenda’s Restaurant in Greer at 6 p.m. on March 27.
ABC seniors meet April 8 at 6 p.m. in the CLC for “Breakfast at Supper”. The guest for this meeting will be The Cornerstones.
Spring is finally in the air and many people are looking forward to doing activities outside as the weather gets warmer.
On Saturday, April 5, Springwell Church will be hosting a spring carnival from 2-4 p.m. that will be free for all ages in the community.
Growing up with just one sibling can sometimes seem too much, so imagine what it must be like to have 18 brothers and sisters.
The Board of Trustees at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary voted in February to name the new hall of mission at the Charlotte campus after Greer native, David Rogers.
The David M. Rogers Hall of Mission, which will break ground this spring, is part of the seminary’s building project, “Expanding the Boundaries.”
Two Bob Jones University students from the Greenville area were given “ADDY” awards for Creative Excellence by the Greenville chapter of the American Advertising Federation.