Established in 1865
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Leesville Church members and friends met on Saturday, October 17 to participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Day 4 of Leap Day and make-up schedule pick-up for grades 10-12. Plans for Virtual Academy are falling in to place!
Our church service this morning looked a little different as we travelled to all of the Laurens 56 school campuses and district office, Presbyterian College, Summit Classical Academy, and Thornwell to pray a “hedge of protection” around our students, parents, educators, staff, and leaders.
Many thanks to our WMS for the breakfast bags for the youth group and the goodie baskets for the teachers!
Today’s church service will be a prayer “walk” for our schools. We will meet at Leesville at 9AM and pray together for Laurens 55 schools and members who have family in other districts across the state. Then we will caravan to each District 56 school, the District Office, PC, and Summit Classical Academy to pray on each campus and place stakes in the ground with this verse. Come join us! ❤️
Message from Ben today!
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Do you feel like something (or someone) is missing in your life? Seek out a church to attend weekly. Leesville welcomes you if you would like to joins us! Sunday School at 10 and Worship at 11 each Sunday morning.
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Our sweet youth group reminded us tonight of how Jesus’ birth changed so many!
Sunday, we enjoyed celebrating the 99th birthday of our oldest member, Almeda Rogers! Happy birthday MeMa!
We had a beautiful service tonight at Leesville!
Do you need to fill your soul as well as your belly? We have breakfast this morning at 9:45 before Sunday School and Worship. Tonight is Hanging of the Greens service at 6PM followed by dinner! Come join us!
During our morning service on Sunday, we honored Veterans in attendance. Sunday evening, we had a wonderful Thanksgiving concert. Due to the timing of the event, the gentlemen ended with a tribute to our Veterans.
Great fun tonight at our annual trunk or treat supper and party. Supper was served by Team Esther and they led in games, Bingo, cake walk and a costume contest.
Sunday was a big day for us! Breakfast was served by the TLC service group and then we had our morning worship with Dr. Reasoner explaining ways to pray for our students and school faculties. After worship, the congregation loaded into cars and went from school to school in District 56 to pray at the individual schools. At Presbyterian College our prayers centered on District 55, as well as the college. What a great way to praise God.
Sunday night supper was dedicated to honoring our school employees and students. A picnic type meal with fried chicken, potato salad, ham sandwiches, baked beans and dessert was served by Team Esther. The program centered on prayer for our nation and schools. The evening ended with everyone signing pledges to pray for our school children daily. Great food, great time, great people, and a great God.
Today, during morning worship, we had the opportunity to welcome our newest members, Chuck and Marilyn Smart, to our congregation.
Clinton High School’ academic awards program included 3 girls and one boy from our church, Beth Wiggins, Addison Easter, and Grace Wiggins. Grace was unable to attend due to her being in New York at Science Olympiad National competition. Our young man was Robert T. Corley. Congratulations to all of them!
Commencement Day Sermon for Leesville Southern Methodist as well as our graduate, Beth Wiggins, is to keep in mind that commencement means the start not the end oof good things yet to come. Congratulations Beth.
Mother’s Day breakfast provided by Men’s Cartwright and children of church honoring their moms.
Easter Sunday at Leesville was wonderful! What better way to celebrate than to worship the risen Savior and follow that with the baptism of a new friend and believer! Follow that up with breakfast and go home with your hearts and stomachs full!
He is risen indeed! Service at 8AM today with breakfast to follow. Come join us!
Beautiful Bible Lesson brought to us this past Sunday from the gospel of Mark. Palm Sunday/Passion Week—/much to be pondered as we approach Resurrection Sunday.
Saturday was such a fun day for William and me as we hosted the TLC service organization at our place to cook their annual chicken stew. As most know, they use the proceeds from the donations to serve God and help others. Hope we can continue this tradition for years to come
Good time last night at Sunday night supper. Used the supper as a way to raise funds to support the youth of our church and the work the are doing to support God’s kingdom.
Candlelight and communion were on the service tonight. Beautiful service with the bread being served from the manger. A very meaningful and moving service as we pondered the great gift we have been given.
Sunday night, we had a real treat when our youth and a couple of adults presented our annual Christmas play. The play was entitled “Old Star, New Star.” The Christmas story was told by the Old Star teaching the New Star the nuances of having been present at the birth of Christ. There were several light moments when the difficulties of the old teaching the young had to be re-examined. A wonderful gift of the birth of the Christ child was given to us. Afterwards, we enjoyed a drop-in with good food and gifts!
Fun times were had by all at the adult Christmas supper tonight. Food was delicious. Games included everyone. Most fun was the human tree decorating contest.
Just got home from a beautiful worship service as we decorated God’s house for the advent season. Fun and fellowship followed the service with supper being served. Looking forward to Christ’s birthday!o
Fall concert at Leesville tonight. The group is We Are from Easley, South Carolina. Great group, great music.
Missions month is being held along with our Thanksgiving and praise services during the month of November. Last Sunday we had as our guests representatives from Boys Farm in Newberry along with some of the boys. Great speakers and very pleasant young men came to share with us.
This Sunday, we had Tom and Lois Jackson who are the Southern Methodist Missionaries to Zimbabwe. Wonderful talk and film on how God is using them. Covered dish lunch afterwards gave us the opportunity to enjoy Tom and Lois and their adventures even more!
On Sunday evening, October 28 we held our Fall Festival. Everyone dressed as Biblical characters and gave out hints as to who they were. We had Shadrach, Meshach and Abed ego as well as Adam and Eve David and Goliath and Ruth and Boaz. We had much fun with the guessing. After supper trunk or treating was held.
Join us tomorrow at church (10 Sunday School, 11 service) and for lunch afterwards. And/or Thursday evening for our Thanksgiving Concert!
Busy day at church today. This was our annual “Prayers around the Schools” in preparation for our teachers and students starting back tomorrow. This was followed by supper at church and our receiving a student or teacher to pray for throughout the school year. This is such a blessing for each of us to have the opportunity to share in the school operations in an uplifting way.
Leesville lost a true friend this week. Rev. E. Legrand Adams was our pastor for a total of 22 year. He will be missed.
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Striving to make Christ supreme in Laurens, in South Carolina and to the ends of the earth!
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We are an Ephesians 4:16 church ordained by God to equip the saints for the work of the ministry through the leadership of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers. Our foundational scripture is Matthew 6:33.
Located in the Historical District of Laurens, SC
Kingdom Minded, Kingdom Driven, and Kingdom Focused. Our prayer as the Body of Christ is: “Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.” (Matthew 6:10)
Sunday School: 10:00 am Sunday Morning Service: 11:15 am Bible Study: Wednesdays 6:30pm All are invited to Attend!!
A Reformed Baptist Fellowship in the heart of Laurens, SC.