Spirit of Central

Spirit of Central

Central United Methodist Church invites the public to attend the 15th annual “Spirit of Central” held on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 from 5:30-7:30pm in the Davis Christian Life Center. Dinner will be served from 5:30-6:15pm and costs $6 for adults and $3 for children (under 12). The meal will include homemade hamburger steaks (hamburger sliders for children), sautéed onions, gravy, whipped potatoes, rolls, broccoli casserole, pasta salad, fresh watermelon, apple pie and ice cream.

Women Wanting Wisdom: Beyond #MeToo

Women Wanting Wisdom: Beyond #MeToo

After dealing with a heartbreaking event in her family, Missy Faulkner Brown approached Rev. Meg Bryce Jiunnies about developing an event that would reach out to other women at their church and in their community. It is apparent in the aftermath of the #MeToo movement that there is some uncertainty about what happens after stories are shared. As Christians, we want to hear where we find God in the midst of tragic circumstances. We want to go beyond #MeToo.

2017 Santahatchie Christmas Project

2017 Santahatchie Christmas Project

Central United Methodist Church in Florence, South Carolina, held their 14th annual Santahatchie Christmas Mission Project on December 26-30, 2017. The Santahatchie Christmas Mission Project began in 2004 when a group of Central members felt the call to serve Jesus Christ by doing home repairs for those who could not afford to have them done otherwise. The project is modeled after the summer mission ministry, Salkehatchie. The day after Christmas each year, teenagers and college-aged participants from Florence, Columbia, and even New York, make camp in Central’s youth wing and spend the next four days making home repairs.

Tyler Cattenhead Selected as Voting Delegate at Global Young Person’s Convocation

Tyler Cattenhead Selected as Voting Delegate at Global Young Person’s Convocation

Tyler Cattenhead, a member of Central United Methodist Church and son of Rev. J. Derrick and Chasie Cattenhead, has been nominated and selected to serve as a voting delegate at the Global Young Person's Convocation (GYPC) to be held in Johannesburg, South Africa on July 17–22, 2018. He is one of five young people that will represent the South Eastern Jurisdiction (SEJ) of the United Methodist Church, which includes fifteen annual conferences including the South Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church (SCUMC).