I Drive Your Truck. Please view for Memorial Day:
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A Nashville songwriter heard this story and turned it into a song that country singer Lee Brice recorded. “I Drive Your Truck” earned Song of the Year honors at the 2013 Country Music Awards. As of this morning, the YouTube video had more than twenty-eight million views. I urge you to watch it on this Memorial Day. (For your convenience a link has been placed on our www.corinthbaptistchurch.org website.)
Thank you for visiting! We hope the information shared below will answer any questions about Corinth: who we are and what we are about. If you need more information please contact us and we will attempt to give you a prompt reply.
1910 Camden Rd.
Vance, SC 29163
Rev. Dan Johnson
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Worship Service 11:00 AM
WEDNESDAY No Choir Practice in the Month of May
Choir Practice on June 5th only in June
Youth Adventure 6:30 PM
Adult Prayer & Bible Study 7:00 PM
A HISTORY OF CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH
The history of Corinth Baptist Church goes back to 1856 when its first building
was built and dedicated as a branch of Antioch Church
Corinth Baptist Church officially organized and adopted a covenant on September 20, 1868
The total membership in 1868 was 55. Since its beginning, Corinth has experienced growth and expansion. Both First Baptist Church of Holly Hill and Eutawville Baptist Church have their roots sprouted from Corinth Baptist Church.
In addition to our Wednesday night meetings, the youth group had a successful Movie fundraiser for their summer camps. This is a great group of thoughtful and faithful young people. Please continue to keep them in your prayers.
Sign-up sheets are available NOW for CAPTAIN'S CHOICE GOLF TOURNAMENT AT SANTEE COOPER RESORT GOLF COURSE TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 2019. All proceeds go the Outreach programs. Corinth’s annual golf tournament proceeds will be used to assist our outreach ministries including but not limited to:
Grace Home Santee, SC
Holly Hill Academy Holly Hill, SC
Holly Hill Elementary School Holly Hill, SC
Connie Maxwell Children’s Home Orangeburg, SC
Agape Praise Fellowship (Nehemiah Cole and family) Baltimore, Maryland
Kigoma Baptist Hospital (Dr. Meggie Hixson) Kigoma Tanzania, East Africa
The funds are distributed for help with the different needs that are ever present in these endeavors with the purpose of ministering to people in different ways in an effort to lead them to Jesus, encourage and disciple them to follow Him, and to equip them to serve in the various places where they are and will be in the future.
Thank you all for your participation, support, and prayers as we host this fun event that has eternal results! Sign-up sheets are available in the vestibule of the church, inside monthly newletters, by contacting Jerry Coffey or the Church Office at 803-496-5110.
Corinth Baptist Church family has a history of doing various outreach ministries
These include, but are not limited to, ministering to the shut-ins, working with the ladies at Hebron Grace, working with the boys home in Orangeburg, sending letters to Friends of Troops, collecting items and food for the less fortunate.
Rev Dan Johnson
Dan was born and raised in North Charleston, SC. He graduated from the College of Charleston in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a minor in Secondary Education. Dan graduated from Temple Baptist Theological Seminary in 1983 with a Master of Divinity in Theology.
He and his wife, Pam, were married on August 7, 1982. They have two children. Their son, Tim, and his wife, Ashley, live in Washington DC. Their daughter, Katelyn, is attending Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL. They have lived in Chattanooga TN, Proctorville, OH, Gainesville and Middleburg, FL, North Charleston and Summerville, SC.
Dan and Pam are emeritus missionaries from the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. They served from 1996-2015 in East Africa. While on the mission field they lived in Arusha, Ifakara, Dar Es Salaam, Morogoro, and Moshi Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya.
Corinth Baptist Church is a member of the Screven Baptist Association and cooperates with other Southern Baptist Churches through the South Carolina Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention in proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ and be His witnesses in our Jerusalem (the communities around Corinth Baptist Church), in our Judea (South Carolina), in our Samaria (USA), and to the ends of the earth. Our church has chosen our mission emphasis using Acts 1:8 “But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”
Holly Hill Academy
Holly Hill Elementary School
The Grace Home
Connie Maxwell Home
The Broken Wall Project, Nehemiah & Rose, Baltimore, MD
Our End of the Earth
Dr. Meggie Hixson, Pediatrician, Kigoma Hospital, Kigoma, Tanzania
Adults on Mission for both men and women. We chose this organization because we here at Corinth are all on mission for God.
We have a ladies fellowship the last Sunday of each month
We also invite everyone to participate in our mission actions/activities, giving to missions through our various special offerings, learning about missions through our Mission Moments and the mission studies, and to pray for missions and missionaries using the Mission Mosaic magazine or the Open Windows devotional booklet.
We are supporting missions in the United States and in Tanzania, come to Sunday Worship and listen to the weekly Mission Moment update!
Hebron Grace Home
The Hebron Grace Home mission project continues! The call came from HGH that they needed kitchen supplies and food reserves. So, for the whole month of June, our folks and others brought what they could to help out this ministry to women who want have victory over addictions in their lives. On July 14, we loaded one pickup truck, one van, and one SUV with all the items that were donated and delivered them to HGH. They were so appreciative and overwhelmed by our support from us as well as others in the community. The team leaders there kept thanking us and also emphasized that without local community support, they could not continue their mission to these women. We also received a tour of their facilities, were served lunch, heard a testimony of one of the women who had been through the program and was now living free, and even were given some peaches to take home! Thank you all for your support for this ministry in our community that is reaching women from many places!
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