Nursery Worker Position at Travelers Rest UMC

Travelers Rest United Methodist Church (www.trmethodist.net), a growing, vibrant community of Christians located in the heart of downtown Travelers Rest, SC, is offering a new Sunday morning Nursery Worker position (working with children ages 15 months—3 years).  Hours:  Sundays 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM; select holiday and/or special services required.  Minimum: 21 yrs. old; Certified in CPR/First Aid (or willingness to complete within reasonable time period); SLED background check must be provided or completed upon employment. Experience with Infants and K2/3 Toddlers preferred.  Starting pay: $16/hr.

Please email resumes/letters of reference to:

nursery@trmethodist.net

or

Travelers Rest United Methodist Church

Attn:  Dorene Dix, SPRC

19 S. Main St.

Travelers Rest, SC  29690

 

Please include a contact phone in your resume information and any current training certifications you may have received in your field.

Jonathan Tompkins

Pastor

Travelers Rest United Methodist Church

864-834-9862

www.trmethodist.net

Part-Time Administrative Assistant Position

Part-Time Administrative Assistant Position

St. Mark UMC, Greenville is seeking a part-time, (18 hrs per week), Administrative Assistant. The ideal candidate will be a strong person of faith, able to maintain confidentiality, and able to track and schedule multiple projects at a time. Job duties include: Basic office operations, preparation of weekly bulletin and newsletter, secretarial duties for pastor and church, ordering and maintaining office and church supplies, maintaining proper membership changes and records, general/light bookkeeping, and any and all duties assigned by the pastor. Please email resume to Rev. Rance Sprayberry at stmark1umc@bellsouth.net or mail to 306 N. Franklin Road, Greenville, SC 29609.

 

Stop Hunger Now Event at Annual Conference-Donate Now

Stop-Hunger-Now-SmallAt the 2015 South Carolina United Methodist Annual Conference

The South Carolina United Methodist Conference in coordination with stop hunger now, are hosting the SC Hunger Project event on Tuesday June 9th during Annual Conference at the Florence Civic center.

We need your help to raise $86,000 to buy the supplies to package over 285,000 meals that are scheduled to be delivered to Haiti. Half of the $86,000 needs to be received by May 1st to purchase the supplies for Stop Hunger Now. Please contribute now, there is no need to wait until Annual Conference.

Fighting Hunger Locally

Fighting hunger isn’t just about sending food to foreign countries. As part of our local efforts to fight hunger we ask that you bring non-perishable food items with you to Annual Conference. In addition, any contributions that exceed the $86,000 goal will be given to local hunger ministries through the South Carolina Conference Board of Global Ministries. 

 

Volunteers are also needed on June 9th to help package meals. Volunteer registration will be available shortly and more information will be released soon.

Youth are encouraged to participate in both the Stop Hunger Now Packaging Event as well as attend the special Tuesday Evening Worship Service.

Read the full article from the January Advocate here: http://www.advocatesc.org/2014/12/stop-hunger-now-to-be-ac2015-service-project/

Contributions may be mailed to the Conference treasurer at:
P.O. Box 3787. | Columbia, SC 29230
or
Contribute through the conference website by choosing the options above.
Do not donate through the stop hunger now website. 
(This will ensure that extra funds can be given to local hunger ministries)

We also need 1000 non-delegate volunteers to help us package the meals.

You MUST register online to be able to participate in the packaging.
To Register Online Click Here. (Do Not Donate through the Stop Hunger Now Website)

We are asking that ONLY youth groups register for the 3rd shift.
(2:00-4:30pm)  Youth will be provided pizza followed by worship.

  •  Due to the requirements of Stop Hunger Now, each youth will need to be registered individually by a parent or  guardian to be able to package meals. All youth are welcome to participate in the packaging event and to stay for pizza and worship.
  • Youth leaders must attend with their youth groups for the 3rd shift.

General Schedule for The Stop Hunger Now Packaging Event

  • Shift 1 – 8:00am – 10:30am
  • Shift 2 – 11:00am – 1:30pm
  • Shift 3 – 2:00pm – 4:30pm
  • Youth dinner – 5:30pm – 6:30pm
  • Evening Worship – 7:30pm

Resources

Can’t participate on the 9th? No problem here are some other ways to help!

  1. Pray for those that are able to participate. Pray for those who are hungry.
  2. Contribute online (see options above)
  3. Start or volunteer at a local hunger ministry.
  4. Contact Stop Hunger Now and schedule your own event.
  5. Help your church gather non-perishable food items to bring to Annual Conference in Florence.

Salkehatchie Summer Service Needs Your Help

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Salkehatchie Summer Service Camps are now registering online. There were over 3,400 campers last year, and the over 40 camps this year are filling up fast.
Go to www.salkehatchie.com to find registration information. Camp fees this year are $230.00 per camper.

 

The Upstate Camp will be hosted again this year by Lee Road UMC in Taylors. The camp is in progress of finding five to six homes to be repaired this year with its 70 campers. Several local churches have stepped up to the plate to help Upstate Camp have a great week. We are asking you and your church how can you help with this ministry? The camp can always use donations of money and goods. We feed about 85 people 3 meals a day for the week of camp, this year July 11 – 18, 2015. Our kitchen coordinator plans good meals to keep everyone well fed. Can you help with either the cooking a meal or providing funds to purchase supplies? We give the campers a snack in the morning and one in the afternoon. We use roofing materials and other construction material that we have to purchase. Does your company offer a discount for church activities? One thing everyone can do, please pray for all those involved in the camps this summer. If you need more information, please contact Steve McGahee at 864-884-9949 or Trace Silvers at 864-354-8679.

 

 

WELCOME!

We are pleased that you have visited the webpage of the Greenville District of the United Methodist Church of the South Carolina Annual Conference.

Welcome.  We extend an invitation to visit any of our churches.  Clergy as well as lay persons stand ready to assist you in the quest to locate a church home.  We continue to be about the task of inviting persons to become disciples of Jesus Christ, assisting them to grow in discipleship and sending them out to live as faithful disciples.  Please come and join with us as we seek to remain faithful servants of God.

Currently, there are 59 charges and 72 churches within the District.  Included in this number are both a Hispanic Mission and a Korean Mission. Our churches offer a varied ministry seeking to meet the needs of persons at every stage of the lifespan.  If you are seeking a place of worship, nurture and outreach, visit any of our churches and let us assist you on your spiritual journey.  Please call the District Office at 864-233-3611, or email at gvdist@umcsc.org, if we can assist you.

South Carolina United Methodist ClergyMay God bless you.

Sincerely,
Rev. George Howle

District Superintendent