BBC with Kirk Neely

10:30 am & 7 pm, First Tuesday of each month // The William Arthur Center

Named for its founder Dr. Bill Arthur and led by Dr. Kirk Neely, this large and enthusiastically devoted group of literature lovers gathers monthly for an insightful analysis of a variety of good reads. Each month focuses on a different book, and all are welcome for refreshments, fellowship, and stimulating discussion.

Adult Study

Tuesdays or Thursdays ~ 12:00 - 1:15 pm 
Tuesdays in the Arthur Center, Thursdays in the Library 
Led by Nan McDaniel, and Tom McDaniel

August 15/17 - September 19/21, 2017
Examine the Creeds and Confessions of the Presbyterian Church
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the start of the Reformation, we will examine the Creeds and Confessions of the Presbyterian Church using our denominational Book of Confessions, downloadable as a PDF file is you don't already have a paper copy, or check with the church for a "loaner."

For more information contact Katie Resumovic (864-583-4531 //

Women's Study: Tickled Pink

9:15-10:30 am, Tuesdays, Starting September 12, 2017
Fogartie Hall
Led by Susan Oldham and Ansley Page

The Tickled Pink Women's Bible Study will resume on Tuesday, September 12. If you are looking for connection and a lift for the soul, please join us. Each Tuesday from 9:15-10:30 we gather for a good cup of coffee and Bible Study that is hopefully the right blend of thoughtful and fun, nurturing and inspiring, real and uplifting. This fall will be a series of short studies so you can jump in easily. Our first four weeks will be "Finding Contentment while Under Construction: A Look at Philippians." 

For more information contact Katie Resumovic (864-583-4531 //

Women's Study: Christians in the Making

10:30 am, Wednesdays // Library
Led by Jennifer Biber and Lynn Edwards

Resumes September 13!

Women's Study: Riding Tandem

Wednesday Evenings from 6:30-7:15 pm  
September 20-October 25 // Parlor 
Led by Susan Oldham and Ansley Page

Riding TANDEM: Leaning into the Leading of God -- A six week discussion Bible Study by Annie Pajcic for busy moms. Do you ever feel like you are trying harder and pedaling faster and covering less ground? Together we will consider Scripture that nurtures our trust in God and directs our paths to our best life for His glory.  Please join Susan Oldham and Ansley Page in the Parlor for a chance to grow in faith and friendships.

Romans: A Disciple Short-Term Bible Study

6:00-7:30 pm, Thursdays
September 21-November 16 // Room 2208

Study books $16 // Register by September 14
Led by Craig Foster

Perhaps no other book has been as influential on the Reformation, and our theology since then, than Paul’s Letter to the Romans. This 9-week study will explore this book through daily Bible readings, and in-depth weekly discussions. Participants will read approximately 1-2 chapters of Romans and other related biblical texts each day in order to fruitfully participate in discussions.

To register contact Katie Resumovic at 864-583-4531 //

Here I Stand: A Study of Martin Luther and the Reformation

Sundays at 5 p.m.
September 10 - October 15 
The Arthur Center
Led by Dr. Rob McCormick

As 2017 is the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses, it is appropriate and proper to examine the history of the Reformation with an eye toward the development of the Presbyterian faith.  The six-part Reformation study class will provide an exciting examination of Luther and the Reformation using a wide array of documents, pictures, and film.

Dr. Rob McCormick is a history professor at USC Upstate, where he is also Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He also frequently leads programs for the Shepherd’s Center, and he and his family are active members of our congregation.

Men’s Bible Studies

Noon, Wednesdays // Small Private Dining Room
Led by Kyle Keefer

6:30 am, Fridays // Small Private Dining Room
Rotating Leadership

6:30 am, Fridays // The William  Arthur Center
Rotating Leadership

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