Columbia District of the SC Conference
of the United Methodist Church
4908 Colonial Dr.,
Columbia, SC 29203 Map
Dr. Tim McClendon,
Columbia District United Methodist Church
OT 1977, FE
1980, SC: 1977 In School, 1979 Mt. Olivet-Pleasant Grove, 1984 New Market, 1986
Wesley Chapel, 1993 First, Cheraw, 1997 St John’s, Rock Hill, 2006 Columbia
Dr. McClendon’s Blogs:
Prayer and Passion Week
Hope Sustains Us! 4/23/14
Comfort and prosperity have never enriched the world as much as adversity has.”~ Billy Graham
Veronica Williams, District Secretary, (O)803-786-9486 (e) firstname.lastname@example.org (F)803-735-8799
The District Council on Connectional Ministries will meet on Monday, May 5th, 5:30 at the Methodist Center.
Columbia District Office
SC Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
4908 Colonial Drive, Suite 124, Columbia, SC 29203
(O)803-786-9486 ext. 303 (fax) 803-735-8799
The Older Adult 2014 Mission Event will be held in the Anderson District April 28 through May 1.
Older Adults 50+, from the South Carolina Conference, gather each Spring to serve in one of the Districts in the South Carolina Conference.
We have possible opportunities to paint, build a handicap ramp, redo a kitchen, clean yards, plant flowers, replace light fixtures, replace ceiling tiles, organize food pantries or clothing closets. We also have redone floors, replaced windows and window panes.
This group has lovingly been called Salkehatchie for Seniors.(but we do not work on roofs).
Please come join us this April as we worship and work together in the Anderson District.
Attached is a copy of the brochure, the brochures will be posted on the umcsc.org web site in February.
We’d love for you to be a part of something great!
Doris J. Seals, Connectional Ministries
S. C. United Methodist Conference
4908 Colonial Drive
Columbia, SC 29203
803-786-9486 or 1-888-678-6272 Fax 803-691-0220 email@example.com
POTENTIAL RECIPIENTS OF OUR BOOKS:
Melanie Huggins shared your contact information with me, and I’m so excited to connect with you! The One Million Books Project sounds amazing, and I’d love to share some ideas of communities and organizations whose children could really benefit from book distribution:
Columbia Housing Authority
Taleshia Stewart – firstname.lastname@example.org
We work closely with the Housing Authority, and their children and families are in great need. I can’t say enough about how wonderful their staff is and how happy they are to work with community groups.
Richland Two’s Skills for Life and Work Program
Nelly Jolley – email@example.com
This program works with Spanish-speaking parents (mostly moms) and their young children. Picture books would be great literacy tools for both parents and kids.
St. Lawrence Place
Becca Smith Hill – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Washington - email@example.com
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Columbia
Emily Hebert – firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys and Girls Clubs of the Midlands
Avril Lail – email@example.com
Eastover Community – Richland Library Eastover
Dee Robinson – firstname.lastname@example.org
With 97% of children in Eastover living in poverty, this entire community would benefit so much from book distribution. Dee Robinson, Richland Library Eastover Branch Manager, is very well-connected in the community and could be a great resource for you.Georgia Coleman,Community Outreach Manager
1431 Assembly St
Columbia, SC 29201
at Richland Library.com