We trust that you and your family had a blessed and safe holiday season. Also, we trust that you are approaching 2019 with great expectations of God's grace and mercy! #faith

Throwback Thursday

South Carolina Cotton Field (2018)

How much can you pick?

Steele Hill History

A Rich and Proud History

Thank You!

A Special Christmas "Thank You" to everyone who participated and supported 2018 Christmas @ The Hill. #TheReasonForTheSeason

December 23 Christmas Worship
The Steele Hill Players
Do You Believe?

Celebrating 3 Score and 10 (2018)

Thank You!

(l-r) Tina Johnson, Sheena Morrison, Tenisha Taylor, Cierra Morrison, Nadine Morrison, Tia Johnson participated in Truthville 2018

2019 - Let's Do Church!

Upcoming Meetings

Saturday, January 12

  • Stewards Meeting @ 12 noon
  • Class Leaders Meeting @ 1:00 PM
  • Contact: Pastor Sistare

1st Quarterly Conference

  • Saturday, January 26
  • 1:30 PM
  • Please submit your forms by January 20
  • Contact: Candace Adams or Erica Morrison

Please join us for Bible Study

  • Wednesday, January, 23, 2019
  • 6:30 PM
  • Theme: What's Your View? Wisdom Keys From Proverbs
  • Preparation: Please read 1 Kings 3
  • Contact: Pastor Sistare


In The Community

MLK Day Celebrations

Bernie Sanders & Cory Booker to Speak!

THE STATE - COLUMBIA, SC (Click here for article)

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is the latest presidential contender to plan a visit to South Carolina.

Sanders will speak at the annual King Day at the Dome rally at the State House on Jan. 21, the S.C. NAACP confirmed Tuesday.

The independent Vermont senator is the second potential candidate for the Democratic nomination added to the event. U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., also will speak at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day event.

The rally has been a platform for presidential candidates in the past. Sanders last spoke there before the state’s Democratic primary in 2016, along with Hillary Clinton and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley. Sanders went on to finish a distant second to Clinton in that primary.

Please submit other MLK Day Events to fwitherspoon@steelehillamez.org

Get Your ZUMBA On!

In The Schools

Collection: Gallon Plastic Jugs by Ms. Tenisha Taylor

Miss Tenisha Taylor's Kindergarten class at Harrisburg Elementary (HES) is collecting gallon size plastic milk jugs. Please do not throw your jugs away - Instead, bring to church and give to Miss Tenisha. She will be collecting until the last Sunday in January. Contact: Tenisha Taylor 704.591.8494

Don't Throw Away - Recycle
Scholarship Opportunity

Please spread the word that the Lancaster County Partners for Youth Future Teacher, Lancaster County Clemson Club, Crenco Marketing/Business Major, and Alice K Howey Memorial scholarship applications have been released. All applications are due by 4 p.m. on March 22, 2019.If you have any questions, contact us. Applications are online on our website.

Alice K. Howey Scholarship Applications

This scholarship is open for Indian Land High school seniors with a preference given to those who were involved in the library advisory board and/or intend to pursue a degree in library science/information services.

Alice K. Howey served on the faculty of Indian Land Schools for forty years as a 6th grade teacher, as head of the English Department, as basketball coach, and as librarian beginning in the late 1960s. During her tenure as librarian, the library collection grew exponentially. She sponsored a senior and formed a junior library club which encouraged students to be service-oriented in maintaining their library. She utilized new technology as it became available. Following her retirement, Mrs. Howey served on the Indian Land Area School Board beginning in 1983 and going on to serve as chairwoman of the board. Her dedication to education and her leadership are honored with the Alice K. Howey Memorial Scholarship.

Lancaster County Partners for Youth administers this scholarship. For more information about the scholarship fund and application, please contact Michael Leroy, ILHS Lead Media Specialist at michael.leroy@lcsdmail.net or Sharon Novinger at Sharon@lcpartnersforyouth.org or call 803-286-1465.

Mrs. Howey was a special friend to Fred Witherspoon. As the article states, Mrs. Howey sponsored the Senior and Junior Library Club, of which; Fred and other students were members. Fred served as President of the Library Club. The library and Library Club helped to nurture Fred's love of reading. Mrs. Howie lived next door to the school in the house on Highway 521 across from the Food Lion. The house will probably be demolished to make way for the new car wash...

Throwback Thursday (cont'd)

Can you identify Fred in the picture? Also, Caleb Morrison (should be very easy)
On The Road to Super Bowl LIII (Atlanta, GA)
Who will play in Atlanta - New Orleans Saints vs Los Angeles Chargers?
Steele Hill Media Ministry

Erica Morrison

Sydnei Davis

Fred Witherspoon


Created with images by Maddi Bazzocco - "Simple Calendar", Tia Johnson, Media Ministry

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