What we offer
NOTE: Only our 9:15 Worship Service, Food Bank, and Daycare are available at this time.
Sunday School for all ages is held at 9:15 a.m.. Bus transportation is available.
We believe Christian education is essential to ongoing maturation in the Christian faith. We offer Sunday School classes for all ages—children, youth and adults.
Children and Youth classes:
- Nursery and Kindergarten,
- Grades 1-5, and
- Grades 6-12
Karen Willinger teaches special-needs adults utilizing Bible stories. The class meets in the library (Room 1).
Christian Fellowship Class
Teachers Gene Weaver and Brian Robertson lead the class through discussion. The class meets in the choir room (Room 3).
Several teachers share leadership of this class, which is for all ages—singles and couples. Teacher-led with lots of discussion, the emphasis is on caring about others and sharing one's concerns and blessings. Topics and texts vary.
New Covenant Class
Teacher Roxanne Shank leads this adult class through study and discussion of the Bible. Course of study can vary. The class meets in Room 8.
Ministries for All Ages
Ministries for Children:
Worship Nursery Care
For infants through pre-schoolers during the Sunday morning worship service.
Wee Little Lambs Day Care
Full-day, year-round quality Christian child care for children, ages six weeks to five years.
Vacation Bible School
One summertime week, for children (Age 4) through 8th grade.
Ministries for Youth:
Bi-Weekly Youth Fellowship
Includes quarterly service projects.
Ministries for Adults:
Meets September through May.
Meets first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Visiting nursing homes, mission minded.
Mission, Outreach and Helps Ministries
Our commitment to the community around us—local, national and international—is expressed in a variety of ministries. We invite you to join us in caring for "the least of these."
Sunday morning transportation is provided for anyone who needs it.
Our prayer chain is available to anyone for any need. You may place a request on the prayer chain by calling the church office (486-4883) or including it on your attendance registration card.
Our Food Bank is supported by donations from our church members. Persons who live in Mt. Holly Springs, Boiling Springs and Gardners are eligible to use our Food Bank. Thanksgiving and Easter baskets are distributed each year.
Personal Energy Transportation (PET) gives mobility to the disabled around the world. We support the affiliate workshop, which assembles the carts, right here in Mt. Holly Springs.
Our quilters meet throughout the year to make beautiful lap quilts which are distributed to persons in need in our community, across the state and around the world.
The Turkey Dinner
This fundraiser is held twice a year to assure funds are available to assist local persons with emergency needs.
The church hosts a yearly sale to benefit our ministries.
Living Lord's Supper
Jesus's last meal with his disciples, and the events leading up to Good Friday, are reenacted each Maundy Thursday before Easter.