2016 Reformation Conference
During the Prayer Meeting younger children may attend “Candychism” where they are taught from either the First Catechism or the Westminster Shorter catechism. This is a very fun time for the children during which they are taught the doctrines of the faith and enjoy learning and reciting the answer to the catechism question of the week with their friends!
Our congregation meets for prayer prior to our evening worship service each Lord's Day. "Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer." (Romans 12:12)
In our first men's conference, Dr. Richard Phillips spoke on the masculine mandate from Genesis 1:28.. Rick is the senior minister of Second Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Greenville, SC. A former professor of leadership at West Point, he is the author of over twenty books and commentaries.
2013 Reformation Conference
Dr. Derek Thomas, Dr. James Anderson, and Dr. Rosaria Butterfield will be speaking on the topic "Can We Trust the Bible?" Dr. Thomas is the Distinguished Visiting Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary and Minister of Preaching and Teaching at First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, SC. Dr. Anderson is an ordained minister in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church and Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary. Dr. Butterfield was a professor of English at Syracuse University and is wife of a local pastor.
2012 Reformation Conference
In our first annual Reformation Conference, Dr. James Wanlinss, Associate Professor of Physics at Presbyterian College, and Dr. K. Scott Oliphint is professor of apologetics and systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary addressed three contemporary challenges to the Christian faith.
2014 Reformation Conference with truthXchange
The first in a new series of Reformation Day symposiums. This free, 1.5 day event will take place at Shiloh Presbyterian Church and will be an opportunity to hear deep, theological teaching, participate in discussion times, and to have fellowship with other believers who are passionate about living out their faith in today’s “spiritual but not religious” culture.