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grow Discipleship Classes begin at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoons. See the information below for details on each class.

Click to register for Scribes and Scrolls

through April 28

Led by Hope Rapson

Sunday evenings in Room A-106

All those who feel the “the call to write” come and join us starting on Sundays from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. Because writers must be readers, there will be up to three books to read and discuss during the class. For more information contact Hope Ellen Rapson at 1 (803) 381-2551 or by email.

You're strongly encouraged to purchase a copy of Called to Write by Edna Ellison and Linda Gilden.

Click to register for Teaching the Old Testament
through March 10
Led by Pastor Bob Allen
Sunday evenings in Room B-206
$7.50 (the church will cover the additional $9.50 cost of the book)
While this is specifically designed for Sunday School teachers, it is open to anyone who wants a better understanding of how to communicate the message of the Old Testament to 21st-century Christians.

Click to register for Men’s Bible Study - The Foundations
Led by Chuck Staab
Sunday evenings in Room FLC-111
No cost
In this hard-hitting yet often humorous new DVD series, popular Australian-born author Ken Ham uses modern events as the backdrop for the most important messages of his life. The Foundations combines outlines, notes, quotes, online articles and group discussion questions to challenge and equip you to stand on the Word of God and defend it with confidence and boldness!

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ERBC 2024 Winter Women’s Study

Luke: Good News of Great Joy by Lydia Brownback

$12-16 depending on where you purchase your workbook

Sample PDF of Chapter 1

The angel said to the shepherds, “I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people” (Luke 2:10). Born in a lowly manger, Jesus might not have been the messiah people expected, but he was the Messiah they needed. Join Lydia Brownback as she digs deeper into the book of Luke and answers the question: Who is this son of a carpenter who could preach, heal diseases, and cast out demons?

Pointing to Jesus as the promised King of kings, Brownback shows how his earthly ministry is good news for all, especially the downtrodden, the hurting, and the outsider. The Flourish Bible Study series equips women to study the overarching storyline of the Bible book by book. Designed for individual or group use, each 10-week workbook features conversational teaching that aims to make in-depth Bible study accessible to women in all seasons of life, along with practical application questions and additional recommended resources.

We are excited about this opportunity to study Luke together. Upon signing up, you will be given the opportunity to request ERBC to purchase your workbooks; however, you may choose to purchase the workbook yourself from AmazonCrossway, or Westminster BookStore).

Sign up using the links below:

Sunday nights from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. - led by Kathleen Wilch and Michelle Halbert in Room A-104 (Library)

Tuesday mornings from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. - led by Kathy Oliver and Tracy Sorrells at the home of Kathy Oliver: 328 Crandon Drive, Greenville

Tuesday nights from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. - led by Cathie Joyce at the home of Fran Dill: 208 Arundel Road, Greenville

Tuesday nights from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. - led by Laurie McNair at the home of Linda Hester: 21 Kingsbury Way, Greenville

Wednesday nights from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. - led by Mary Linder and Jerri Ward in Room A-106

Click to register for Grandparenting Essentials
February 18 - April 14
Led by the Ables and Butlers
Sunday evenings in the Music Suite
Workbook: $10.00
1) 14 Can’t Overlook Factors for Intentional Christian Grandparenting
2) Building Strong Relationships with Our In-Laws
3) Spiritual Grandparenting
4) Essentials of Intergenerational Prayer
5) Building Character in Your Grandchild
6) Help Lord, I’m Struggling
7) Writing Your Memoirs for Your Grandchild