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to see information about FPC programs –
and how you can join in.
We hope you plan to worship with us on Palm Sunday!
The YouTube link for the worship service
will be posted on Saturday, April 4
God’s Helpers
The goodness shown by so many people at this time of great adversity is amazing.
God’s presence shines through these acts of human kindness and caring. 
The following are ways you – as a member of FPC – can help during this difficult time…
“We Want to Help”
We know so many of you want to help.  In addition to reaching out to check on others, there is a need that many of you can help with…making masks. 
There is a local effort called “We Want to Help,” that Craig Pickering leads. The folks who join this team will be helping the recipients – including VIM, The Seabrook, doctors’ offices, people who need masks at home – and more! 
If you can sew (even by hand), and want to join these efforts, send an email to and share your interest with Andrea.
Once you sign up, a bag will be delivered to your home, including a sample mask, the required material for as many as you want to make, and a link to a video that shows step-by-step how to make them. 
When you have finished, a member of the team will stop by for the masks – from your porch (abiding by physical distance, of course). 
P.S. WE NEED FABRIC – cotton or muslin. If you have fabric to donate, please contact
Another Way to Help
The FPC People in Need (PIN) Office continues to collect
non-perishables for those in need in our community.
To learn how you can help with this effortClick Here
While the beaches may not be open at the moment, we are advancing one of our summer traditions this year as a way of living our value of Caring Connections.  The Prayer Project will begin in mid-April and we need your help!                         
Prayer is the gift of care that you can offer wherever you happen to be and whenever you have an opportunity.  As part of the Prayer Project, each Prayer Partner will be assigned a group of congregation members to pray for while we are apart and continuing throughout the summer.  In addition, we will include prayers for our global and local outreach partners.  We will provide some prayer practices and resources each week via email.
Please consider becoming a Prayer Partner. Registrations needed by April 10.
There are three easy ways to sign-up:
In the Word
Bible Study Led by Pastor Will
Wednesday, at 4:30 p.m.
(One more class this week, then there will be
a break until later in the spring.)
Participate via Zoom!
Dr. Will Robinson is leading this Bible study
on passages that can help us understand and cope
in the middle of this coronavirus crisis. 
We invite you to join us via Zoom for this time
of connection, learning and fellowship.
FPC Community Life
Helping us
Connect – Grow – Serve
First Presbyterian Church’s Community Life is our new membership software.
It also serves as the FPC Directory – connecting you with other members!
To access FPC Community Life please click the LOGIN box at the top of this page.
If you need assistance or have questions about the new database,
call the church office, 843.681.3696

God goes to great lengths to rescue lost and hurting people.
That is what “The Story” is all about: the story of the Bible condensed into 31 accessible chapters.
“The Story” sweeps you into the unfolding progression of Bible characters and events,
it allows the stories, poems, and teachings of the Bible to read like a novel.

The STORY is back!
First and foremost, READ ALONG! Even if you don’t attend a Sunday school class,
we will be engaging the texts and themes in worship,
as well using a new Narrative Lectionary of the Old Testament.

There is a study for every age group:

9:45 Sunday School
11:00 Sunday Children’s Church
5:15 Wednesday WOW Family Worship

9:45 a.m. Sunday School
5:45 a.m. Wednesday night youth group

9:45 a.m. Sundays “Lowcountry Lessons” the Sanctuary
9:45 a.m. Sundays “Family of Faith” Rm 202
11:00 a.m. Sundays “Joy Group” Library