Beaverdam News and Views
Temporary Worship Schedule due to Corona virus
We are currently offering worship service at 10:15 am on Sundays. All other regular services have been suspended for a few weeks. We ask members and visitors to practice "social distancing" within the church building. See you Sunday! Stay safe, everyone.
Wednesday Prayer Time in May
The church sanctuary is open for individual prayer from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm each Wednesday until the end of May. Please check back for updated schedule changes.
Miss Zonell's Big Birthday
A Recap Of Southern Baptist Hurricane Relief Efforts
Literally before the rain and wind had stopped, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief teams, both from Texas and nationwide were on the ground in both Florida and Texas. Southern Baptist Disaster Relief is the third largest disaster organization in America, numbering over 95,000 trained and equipped volunteers. They are often the first to arrive and the last to leave. As of September 16th in Texas alone they have served over 60,000 displaced people, prepared thousands of meals, provided counseling, laundry service, and shower service for evacuees at shelters. Additionally they have deployed a child care unit equipped to serve 5,000 children in need. They also have provided food for the first responders, rescue and recovery teams. Southern Baptists in the coming days, weeks and months will continue to provide meals, mud-out service, rebuild and new build construction, counseling, and laundry service to those impacted by these catastrophic events.
A note from our Sunday School Director about Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
Isa. 25:4 "For thou hast been a strength to the poor, a strength to the needy in his distress, a refuge from the storm, a shadow from the heat, when the blast of the terrible ones is a storm against the wall." Over the past few days and weeks, the southern region of our country has experienced two powerful storms in the form of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The effects of Irma were felt even in our local area with damage and loss of electricity. This is in addition to many of us who have family and friends who were adversely affected who were closer to the hurricane paths. To be prepared for these storms, one must be prepared in the temporal realm with the necessary supplies, but to be prepared in the Spiritual realm, one must have a Full Knowledge and Personal Relationship with Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We welcome Each of You to our Sunday School to learn how to prepare for the Storms of Life in the Spiritual realm by learning a Full Knowledge of and Developing a Personal Relationship with Jesus Christ. Larry Durham, Sunday School Director
Easter 2017 in Fair Play
Sunday April 16, 2017 What a great day of worship and fellowship as five churches in Fair Play SC joined together. See attached PDF for more details.
Irreplaceable - the Movie
Irreplaceable - the movie is comming to Beaverdam Baptist Church on Friday February the 5th. Come at 7 PM and enjoy a great movie about one man's journey to understand our need to belong, to be loved and to be part of something bigger than ourselves. Refreashments and child care provided. See you there!
Beaverdam Men at Work!
God equips each in according to His purposes. We can use our Hearts, Hands and/or Voices to serve with acts of worship. On December 28th some of the men of Beaverdam used their hands to help Mr. Noah. Check out the story in pictures in the attached file
War Room, the movie!
A great opportunity to see a wonderful movie, a box office hit and it's free. Bring family, friends and neighbors on Sunday, January 17th 2016. Click the link below for a poster!
Beaverdam Baptist Church took part in the Fair Play, SC Christmas Parade. Click The link to read the story and see the pictures.
Pictures from the Bluegrass Gospel Sing and fund raiser
Click the link below to take a look at some pictures from the Bluegrass Gospel Sing Fund raiser for Ricky Herring