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South Carolina District
The Corner Church is only one year old. But already it is bringing hope and healing in the form of the gospel to its small South Carolina community.
A church in small town South Carolina is making a big impact on its community.
A South Carolina church is flipping houses and supporting missionaries in the process.
The Charleston, South Carolina, area is considered one of the most strategic areas in regards to church planting and The Wesleyan Church has a strong presence there.
Assistant pastor leaves behind a husband and four daughters
District Superintendent Emeritus Rev. William James served more than 60 years in The Wesleyan Church, primarily giving leadership in the South Carolina District.
Cass Ramey spent years in shame and depression. But God was not done. Read his story of being made new.
(Picture gallery.) Volunteers from South Carolina District generously served countless firefighters who fought an area wildfire.
Table Rock Retreat and Conference Center, of the South Carolina District, is playing an important role in the fight to put out the area’s massive wildfires.
A team representing two Wesleyan districts traveled to St. Lucia to introduce people to Jesus through preaching, teaching, and evangelism.
California church challenges state in abortion mandate, Houghton students part of Super Bowl 50, SWU renovating house for missions purposes, IWU administrator contracts Zika virus, and more.
A pastor, mentor, and leader within The Wesleyan Church, Daniel Finch is remembered as a man with a strong heart who deeply loved God, his family, and the Church.
Wesleyans in the Carolinas are stepping up to help those recently plagued by flood waters in South Carolina, known as the “1,000 year event.”
Wesleyan leaders and congregations in Charleston, S.C., are joining others through prayer and service after a horrific church shooting. A Southern Wesleyan University employee was among those killed.
April 21 was a momentous day for the South Carolina District and SWU as the official transfer of the former First Wesleyan/ALIVE Wesleyan Church property on the SWU campus was completed.
Two years ago, a South Carolina church opened its doors to members of the Latino community so they had a place to worship. Now they have chosen to join the church.
Dakota Jacks, a student from Pickens, S.C., high school and from Pickens View Wesleyan Church, was riding in a small plane from Southern California to South Carolina.
Almost 500 women attend second annual event, this year held in Myrtle Beach, S.C.