You Are Invited
All congregations are invited to attend the upcoming worship service at the Old Brick Church (Ebenezer) near Monticello in Fairfield County on the afternoon of October 27 at 3:00 p.m. As most of you probably know, this church was established in 1788 and may be the oldest intact house of worship in upper South Carolina. It was the site of the formation of the Associate Reformed Synod of the Carolinas in 1803 and is considered the mother church of our denomination. The service will include psalm singing and a brief historical overview by Dr. Mark Ross. Rev. James McManus of Bethel A.R.P. Church in Winnsboro will deliver the message. Please also know that the Old Brick Church is now being administered by Catawba Presbytery. An offering dedicated to the church’s upkeep will be made during the service. Light refreshments will also be available on the church grounds. Plan to come early and spend time in the church cemetery and visiting with old (and new) friends.
With all good wishes,
Bryan F. McKown
For directions to the Old Brick Church, please see the following link:
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