The East Community of Presbytery continued their fourth annual tradition of having the “Fall Faith and Fellowship” gathering on Saturday, September 6. Church members and pastors from all over the East Community gathered at Camp Kirkwood for the annual Corn Hole Tournament, mission projects, Kirkwood activities, and worship.
This pre-fall celebration drew people from the very young to the most experienced and there were fellowship and fun activities for all ages.
Thank you to the FF&F Planning Team for organizing this fun day.
This year’s new exciting option was to arrive on Friday evening for WoodKirk”, a jam fest with singing, s’mores, and stories around the campfire. There was plenty of tie-dye to go around!
The day was full of worship and fun!
- Zip line over the lake
- Swing by Choice
- Canoe on the lake
- Day camp for ages 3-8
- Ride the Kirkwood Express train
- A prayer flag project
- Project for PCUSA missionaries
- Project for persecuted Christians
- 2nd Annual Corn Hole Tournament
- Hamburger/hot dog lunch
The day concluded with communion and an inspiring message given by New Church Development Pastor Doug Cushing of the Bridge Presbyterian NCD.
This event is an example of the Presbytery of Coastal Carolina working, serving and playing together as brothers and sisters in Christ.