We’re thrilled to announce that the next phase in Two Rivers Church’s life is ready to launch! We are moving from our once-a-month worship services at The Stables at Boals Farm to weekly worship services at The Three Lions Pub at the MUSC Health Stadium. We will still worship at 10 a.m. with a vibrant mix of the arts, the Bible, music and engagement for all ages.

John Wesley was the founder of Methodism, our spiritual tradition. He was noted for his preaching that took him out of churches and into market squares, coal mines, street corners and even cemeteries! He wanted to connect with regular folks so intently he went to where they lived and worked and didn’t wait for them to come to the church.

We can’t wait to do the same – to leave traditional places of “doing church” and instead “be the church” in the places where we live, work and play. Our weekly worship at The Three Lions Pub is just the starting place for how we will serve our neighbors, offer unconditional love and bring hope and peace to our communities and not wait for them to come to us.

Join us on Sunday, March 11 at 10 a.m. for our new adventure! Our grand opening celebration is scheduled for March 25. That day will be filled with celebration, special surprises and a great message for all. Join us!

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Wendy Hudson-Jacoby

Wendy Hudson-Jacoby is the Pastor of Two Rivers Church in Charleston, SC. As a life-long United Methodist, she spent her formative years worshiping at First United Methodist Church, Lancaster. She attended the University of South Carolina, where she majored in print journalism. After graduating, she served as a young adult missionary through the Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church and spent 18 months in Mumbai, India, and 18 months in Philadelphia. She attended Wesley Theological Seminary and spent her first seven years of full-time ministry in the Eastern Pennsylvania Annual Conference. She returned to her home state in 2011 to become the pastor of North Charleston United Methodist Church. In July 2017, their family moved to Clements Ferry Road to start Two Rivers Church, South Carolina’s newest United Methodist Church.

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Jim Atkinson · March 4, 2018 at 3:04 am

So exciting

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