News and Upcoming Events at

Seneca Presbyterian

Here you can read about  -  and make plans to join in - some of the major upcoming events and activities

in the life of Seneca Presbyterian Church.   

  • Kirking of the Tartans

    October 22, 2017

    Join us in celebration of this unique tradition of the Presbyterian Church. 

    A bagpiper will greet you in front of the church beginning at 10:30 a.m. A procession of members bearing Tartans will soon enter the sanctuary to begin the service. If you wish to be a Tartan bearer, please sign up early so that you may have first choice. Let’s see all 56  of our collected Tartans in our sanctuary this year.  You may sign up on the posters in Knohl Hall or by contacting the church office. 


    There will be a luncheon immediately following the 11:00 worship service. The cost of the lunch is $10.00 each. Please sign up by October 15th to help determine number attending. Make your reservation by completing the form from your weekly bulletin with payment through the collection plate. Checks can be made out to SPC for Kirking Luncheon. Anyone interested in assisting with setting up, preparing, and taking down please contact: Kelly Holleman at 885-0922. You can also sign up here.

    NOTE: The 9:00 service will meet on Kirking Sunday but without the bagpiper and the tartans. 

  • Live & Learn: Parkinson Society

    October 31, 2017 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

    We welcome Laryn Weaver, Executive Director of the Greenville Area Parkinson Society,  to SPC as she shares information about Parkinson's Disease including its symptoms and treatment options. Ms. Weaver will also share information about the Parkinson Society, its programs, and events. The Society offers support to those living in the upstate who have PD, their spouses, caregivers, and family members. You can also click her e for more information from their web site.

  • The Hearing Loop

    We are planning a trial of a “Hearing Loop System” that will improve the ease of hearing music and voices in our sanctuary. This system will transmit the sounds of our worship services directly to user’s hearing aids that are equipped with a T-Coil. Users can check with their hearing device providers to see if their aids are equipped with a T-Coil and if they are activated to function with Hearing Loops. Most current hearing aids have this capability.

     

    I would like to invite both hearing aid users and anyone interested in learning about Hearing Loops to attend the demonstration by AMERICAN HEARING LOOPS in our sanctuary on November 7 at 2:00 PM. Bring your hearing aids or come and hear the effectiveness of the LOOP using provided hearing devices. These loops are already installed in The Peace Center, Central Presbyterian Church in Anderson, John Knox Presbyterian Church in Greenville and numerous other auditoriums and churches in our area. Reports from these LOOP locations tell us, in their words, that these systems are “a life changing experience” for the hard of hearing.

     

    George Strobeck  for the Building and Grounds Committee

  • Mark Your Calendar Now... More Information

    Coming Soon

    Reformation Sunday: October 29, 2017

    All Saints Sunday: November 5, 2017