A very old church in Charleston is taking a very new approach to evangelism and, simultaneously, caring for the Earth.
Similarly, a United Methodist church in Hartsville is reaching out to its whole community through its recycling program.
The Rev. Albert Keller Jr., pastor of Circular Congregational Church in Charleston, found a pocket of children living between the coastal city’s two rivers who had never seen a river, much less the ocean. The church’s Environmental Mission group, about 15 people, now mixes fun with ecology education, taking 15 to 25 children to participate in their beach sweeps (clean-ups), on trips to swampland and on boat-trips to barrier islands.Read More