Palm Sunday 04.14.2019

Presiding Elder, Lancaster District, Pee Dee Annual Conference, SAED

Lancaster District Holy Week Services

Maundy Thursday Service/Holy Communion

Thursday, April 18

7:00 PM

Steele Hill A.M.E. Zion Church

7 Last Words

Friday, April 19


Mt. Zion A.M.E. Zion Church

Lancaster, SC

Please Join Us as We Celebrate - The Steele Hill Church Family!

SAED Regional Meeting

This is to inform you that I would like to meet with all of SAED this Friday at 7:00 pm. This meeting will take place at Pineville AME Zion Church, 4200 York Highway 5, Rock Hill, SC prior to the CED Southeastern Regional meeting. It will be a meeting of Prayer and Thanksgiving. I have some important news to share with you, so don't miss it. Looking forward to seeing you thee. Bishop Mildred B Hines
Due to the SAED Regional Meeting this weekend, "Walking with Asia" will not be held Saturday, April 13. Please continue to walk independently. We will keep you posted as to the next walk. Thank You! #teamAsia

Sunday School Daily Readings

Sunday School: Something for Everyone (Outdoor Learning/Children's Class)

From The Pastor's Desk - April 07, 2019

Note: Due to the lighting in the pulpit, videos/pictures are darker than we like.

Introduction to Breeze Church Management Software Solution

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Immediately following Service

Presenter: Fred Witherspoon

Breeze is a web-based software program designed to improve the management of church information/data

Lay Council Meeting

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Immediately following Service

All Members are Encouraged to Attend

Contact: Terrance Barr President

YACM Sunday Part II

A Must See - Emanuel - The Untold Story of The Victims and Survivors of The Charleston Church Shooting

In Theaters June 17 & 19

YACM and The Adult Christian Education Dept. are exploring the possibility of making this a church event. In addition to seeing the movie, a visit to Emanuel AME in Charleston is being considered. Please provide your feedback/interest to Tia, Sheena, Candace or Fred. Stay tuned for additional information

From Executive Producers Stephen Curry and Viola Davis

Coming Soon: Save The Date(s)

All ladies are asked to wear gloves, hats and donate a dessert. To assist us in planning, please sign up if you plan to attend. Thank You!
Location: Steele Hill Historic Arbor

In The Community

Are you interested in attending? If yes, please sign up to determine if we have enough to provide transportation. Thank You!

Our 2019 Soaring Eagle

Mrs. Nettie Mae Lindsay


This award was named in honor of Bishop Clarence Carr in 2008. It is presented to an adult 65 years or older who have soared above life’s obstacles and still stand tall as true warriors of Christ. Because of their endurance, they are an inspiration to all. As each storm (age, sickness, etc.) comes, they have weathered it and continue to press toward the mark of the high calling in Jesus Christ.

Name: Mrs. Nettie Mae Lindsay

Church: Steele Hill A.M.E. Zion Church

Pastor: Rev. Sandra Sistare

About: Lifelong member of Steele Hill. Due to her age, 95 in March, and health, Mrs. Nettie Mae is not as active, but; she has decades of dedicated service to Steele Hill and attends church. She has always had a passion for teaching the children. She was the Children’s Sunday School Teacher and President of the Buds of Promise for many years and a Class Leader for many years. She is a Honorary Deaconess and member of the Missionaries and Mass Choir.

Favorite Scripture: 2 Favorite Scriptures: In the morning, Psalm 3:5 and at night, Psalm 4:8

Tell us why this person should receive this award

Mrs. Nettie Mae is a true soaring eagle! The mother of 10 children and blessed to reach the age of 95 in March, she is a role model and inspiration to everyone whom she meets. Many church members say that when they visit Mrs. Nettie Mae, she makes them feel better. Many say, “She helped me more than I helped her.” Mrs. Nettie Mae has a Christian personality – always cheerful/happy, willing to help someone, and willing to do what she can to help. During our annual Christmas program, Mrs. Nettie Mae leads us in the Christmas carol, O Holy Night. Everyone looks forward to hearing her sing. All ages, young and old, are touched by her singing and her cheerful, positive personality. Also, during our recent Black History Month celebration Old Time Sunday, Mrs. Nettie Mae said, “My children have me dressed like an old person!” She has soared above the challenges of life – the passing of her husband, George, 1 daughter, Mary at age 2, and 2 sons, Jackie and Phillip. Even though her physical body is 95 years old, her spiritual health grows stronger each and every day and has never wavered. She is a living example of a Godly, virtuous woman who leads by example.

From her daughter, Frances Tyson

To this day, she still enjoys making at least 4 cakes at Christmas and makes cakes and pies throughout the year with help. If she could, she would travel the world. Mom is a comedian and she keeps us laughing, sometimes intentionally and other times not....just being herself. Just today, she has just baked "a big cake all by herself" and she is proud of her accomplishment. She has a memory better than mine...(laugh out loud)...she enjoys having people visit so she can tell the stories of the yesterdays when she was young....a wonderful historian. She is known as "Granny" to many. Although she is no longer able to tend the vegetable and flower gardens, she still enjoys them. During the summer you can find her sometimes with her daughter Ruthie canning and freezing the goods from Ruthie and her husband Henderson's garden.

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