Enrichment & Events

FPC Adult Ministries offers a wide variety of Fellowship & Study Opportunities & Events, some old favorites and a few new ones for you to:

To register please call the church office, 843.448.4496. For additional information on our enrichment programs, please contact Betty Singleton, Director of Special Educational Offerings.


Each month, June, July & August, a selected book will be shared and then discussed over lunch or other gathering. Books are available for purchase at our church offices.

"Dimestore: A Writer's Life" by Lee Smith
This new memoir reveals through stories, not facts, her life growing up in a small town in the Appalachian mountains. Although much has changed since her childhood, "a southern's love of telling stories" has not.
Discussion leader: FPC Member Phillip Hudson; Lee Smith, aficionado.
JULY 2016

"Go Set A Watchman" by Harper Lee

The highly controversial publication of Harper Lee’s first novel written several years before her American Masterpiece, To Kill a Mockingbird, created a firestorm of emotions about whether her earlier attempt to call the American conscience to watchfulness regarding the civil rights issues engulfing The United States in the 1950s should or should not have been published. Does Go Set A Watchman add insights into the realities of the times? Come join our discussion!

Discussion Facilitator: Sam Griffith, currently enrolled at Coastal Carolina University earning his M.A. in teaching; he has taught English in Morocco and Malaysia

DATE: Monday, July 18
TIME: 12 Noon
LOCATION: Wilkes Hall, Grissom Campus
COST: Book $9.75, availabe at church offices & Lunch $10
RSVP: LuAnne Martini 843.946.6038, by Friday, July 15
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Book TBA
DATE: Tuesday, August 16
TIME: 12 Noon
LOCATION: Wilkes Hall, Grissom Campus
COST: Book & Lunch TBA
RSVP: By TBA, LuAnne Martini 843.946.6038
On Heritage Sunday, we celebrate our Presbyterian heritage! Worship begins with a procession of bagpipers, choirs, and *tartans. All choirs provide musical leadership through the singing of hymns and anthems, accompanied by guest instrumentalists.

*A bit of history about this custom . . .

The Kirkin' of The Tartan has its origins in the eighteenth century. After Scottish patriots were defeated at the battle of Culloden in 1745, the British Parliament passed the Parliamentary Act of 1746 which banned the kilt and every other tartan garment in an effort to destroy Highland Clan identity. Not easily deterred defiant Scots secretly carried remnants of their tartans to church. The ministers would then add a blessing into the service for the tartans and the clans they represented. Read More

DATE: Sunday, October 30, 2016
TIME: 8:45 & 11:00 AM
LOCATION: Sanctuary, Kings Campus

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Adult Education Series 2017

This annual three day series is held every January. In 2016, we welcomed Dr. Robert A. Bryant, Kristen Herrington Professor of Bible, Chair of the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Presbyterian College. Dr. Bryant is the author of The Risen Crucified Christ in Galatians and First Corinthians: One in Christ, the KERYGMA program. For more information, please contact us at FPCMail or call 843.448.4496.


DATE: January 2017 TBA