Welcome

We will be returning to worship in the sanctuary on October 11th at 10:00 for the First Congregational Meeting with masks and social distancing.  Dependent upon COVID-19 cases in our community, worship is subject to change.  Please sign up for our newsletter emails to be notified of any changes as we approach this date or follow us on Facebook.  If you think you have been exposed to someone that has COVID-19, please stay home and enjoy worship online.    

We are currently offering worship each Sunday via YouTube.  We plan to begin Sunday School back on November 1st at 9:00 with a few changes; please see the bulletin for additional information.  

Thank you for your patience.  

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St. Philip's Lutheran

2461 St. Philips Church Rd.
Newberry, South Carolina 29108
Phone 803-276-5549

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Announcements

  • Back to Sunday School Transition

    We will begin a transition back to Sunday School beginning on Sunday, November 1st. All attendees are asked to continue to follow recommendations for wearing masks and social distancing. All adult Sunday School classes will be held in their normal classrooms, except for the Faithful Servants who will meet in the Fellowship Hall to allow for social distancing. With limited teachers for the elementary school ages, we will be grouping ages 2 through first graders. They will meet in the classrooms previously for 2s and 3s and 3rd-5th (beside the PICs room) with dividers opened. Second through fifth graders will be grouped and meet in the Council Room (beside the Bridal Room) in the Family Life Center. Sixth through twelfth graders will be in their normal classroom. If you are interested in teaching any class from 2s and 3s to the 6th-12th graders, please Lorianne Riggin or Julie Dennis know. We will need additional teachers for the kids and youth as the months progress and we are able to return back to our normal Sunday School rooms and age groups. Please be patient as we may have to adapt locations and age groupings if the number of attendees back to Sunday School increases, but the decision made for the current age groupings was based on the feedback provided by the surveys and discussions with all the past Sunday School teachers. Thank you!

  • Christmas Mailbox for Golden Agers

    The Christmas Mailbox will be in the breezeway at the glass door beginning November 22nd through December 6th.  If you would like to send Golden Agers Christmas cards, please place them in them in the mailbox and they will be delivered for you.  No postage necessary! A list of the Golden Ages is in the WELCA Yearbook.  

     

  • Christmas Poinsettias

    Red Poinsettias are $11.00. This price includes the green paper, red bow and delivery to the church. Place your order and money in the offering plate no later than November 29. They may be given in memory or honor of a loved one. Please pick up your Poinsettia after our Candlelight Christmas Eve service.

    Monetary donations may also be given in honor or memory of a loved one.  These are due no later than December 13th for recognition to be printed in the bulletin.  

  • Golden Ager List

    If you are turning 75 in 2021 (January-December), and would like to become a Golden Ager, please contact Jane Y. Ringer no later than December 27, 2020.

  • ELCA Lutheran Disaster Response

    The ELCA Lutheran Disaster Response is responding to the needs of those affected by the Covid-19 virus, the hurricanes, and the Western wildfire. If you wish to help, please mark your envelope “Lutheran Disaster Response” and make checks payable to St. Philip’s.  We can reflect Christ’s light and hope to our neighbors in their time of need. Thank you!

  • Pomaria Food Bank Needs

    Donations are being accepted for the Pomaria Food Bank.  Please bring canned goods, rice, soups, peanut butter, jelly, canned meats, etc  A box will be in the church breezeway. Thanks!

  • Chrismon Tree Decorating

    The Chrismon Trees will be decorated on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 6 PM.  Anyone who would like to help is encouraged to do so. We will be taking down the Chrismon Trees on January 7th at 6:30 PM.  All help is appreciated.  Mask & social distancing is encouraged.

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