Octoberfest. Shandon members and friends enjoy fall fun at SPC’s Octoberfest fellowship gatherings. Frontera de Cristo. Eighteen Shandon members traveled to Frontera de Cristo, a Presbyterian border ministry, Jan. 4-9 to learn more about the immigration crisis. Molly Spangler installation. Rev. Molly Spangler was installed as Designated Associate Pastor for Children, Youth and Families in a special service Sunday, Jan. 19. Following the service, a reception was held to greet…Keep Reading
Worship for this week Sunday Worship | October 18, 2020 Ordination of Officers The sermon is “Holy Conversations: Talking About Vision” You can find the worship bulletin by clicking here. The current weekly worship service will be posted each Sunday morning. To view previous Sunday worship services: Please click here or choose from the menu in this week’s video (top right).
Shandon on Wednesdays video check-in with Shandon’s pastors with devotional and pastoral concerns. To view previous Wednesday messages: Please click here or choose from the menu in this week’s video (top right).
Presbyterian Women are collecting grocery store gift cards and non-perishable items to deliver to Sistercare in November. Gift cards in the amounts of $10 to $ 50 and food donations can be dropped off in the church office through Nov. 19. If possible, please call Jessica Joyner, 803-771-4408, prior to dropping off donations. Due to increasing food insecurity, the staff of Sistercare suggests we not limit donations to Thanksgiving food…Keep Reading
The October Spire is available on our website. Please click here to read. The deadline for the November Spire is Oct. 15. If you receive The Spire by mail and would like to receive it by e-mail only, please e-mail Carol Ward, email@example.com. Make the switch today and help the environment as well as the church budget by reducing the cost of printing and mailing.
Session has approved some initial steps toward reopening Shandon, and you are now welcome to spend some time in the Sanctuary. Please reserve a time in advance with Jess Joyner in the church office, firstname.lastname@example.org or 803-771-4408. Times are available during business hours with some early morning and evening slots. There will be ample time between appointments to allow for air flow and proper venting. The Sower’s Chapel will be…Keep Reading
Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest fundraiser for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This year’s event won’t be a large in-person gathering, but we are still walking — and calling on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease. This year, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s is everywhere — on every sidewalk, track and…Keep Reading
Join NBA legend and hometown celebrity Alex English at Cobblestone Park Golf Club Oct. 26 to benefit Family Promise of the Midlands. Alex’s friend and NBA legend, Lafayette “Fat” Lever, also will be joining the festivities. In lieu of a gala, the golf tournament will be Family Promise’s premier opportunity to raise needed funds this year. Grab your clubs and join English, Lever and other celebrities to fight homelessness –…Keep Reading
Congregation members of all ages have shared their creations in our virtual gallery, “Art While We Are Apart.” The Arts at Shandon Atrium Gallery Committee presents this online exhibition to allow us enjoy the creativity of our members and to circumvent the COVID-19 distancing that prevents us from gathering at church. Click here to view the gallery on YouTube.
Just as our Supper Clubs were getting rolling at the beginning of the year, we had to begin sheltering in place. Supper Clubs were set up as groups of 8-10 people who would gather in the home of a group member/couple or meet in a restaurant once a month for fellowship. Some Supper Club groups have continued to meet virtually over the past few months. We encourage all current Supper…Keep Reading
Shandon Presbyterian Church: Making plans for the foreseeable future August 24, 2020 Dear Shandon members and friends, As autumn creeps ever closer, we find ourselves again in the position of making decisions about our life together. Earlier this summer, we determined that the best way to prioritize the health and safety of our members and our community was to suspend in-person worship indefinitely. Allowances currently are made for “occasional”…Keep Reading
Shandon’s pastors and elders continue to monitor best practices of congregations during this time of “social distancing” for mitigating the spread of coronavirus. We have heard from many of you who miss our regular gatherings for worship, discipleship and fellowship. We are all anxious to celebrate our communal faith together, but we are also committed to the physical health and safety of our church family and all of our neighbors. At…Keep Reading