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.   

  • SPC Women's Retreat March 20-21, 2020

    The Journey Home

     

    “We are all just walking each other home” writes one Christian author. The story of the Bible is filled, beginning to end, with women seeking “home” and the journeys they took to get there.

     

    The story of the Church is filled with women of faith seeking “home” and the courage, strength, and hope they found in their companions along the way.

     

    Our own stories are filled with our deep longings for “home”, for God, and for community. We have had glimpses, momentary sightings along our way. As anyone on a journey, we are given tips from those who have gone before as to what to bring, paths to take, resting places for the weary, and views along the way.

     

    So… wherever you are on your journey of faith, come join us for this weekend of relaxation, fellowship, play, study, and worship as “we are all just walking each other home.”

     

    Join us March 20-21, 2020 for our eleventh annual Women’s Retreat. This is an opportunity for ALL women who attend Seneca Presbyterian Church to come together for spiritual growth and fellowship. You are encouraged to invite friends and/or other Presbyterian women of Oconee County to join us.

     

    We are returning to Ashbury Hills Camp and Retreat Center with its wonderful facilities and for the sheer beauty of God’s world reflected in that setting.

     

    We welcome Elizabeth Hartman as our retreat leader. She has extensive experience in a variety of Christian Education positions in a number of churches, in addition to enjoying her current role as the pastor’s wife.

     

  • Health & Wellness: Tai Chi is on Hiatus

    What:   Gentle Tai Chi Class ($2.00 donation appreciated)

    When:  1:30 to 2:00 pm

    Where: Seneca Presbyterian Church – Barron Hall

    Classes are being planned for the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. 

  • Parkinson Support Group

    Join Laryn Weaver, Executive Director of the Greenville Area Parkinson Society as she shares information about Parkinson’s Disease, its symptoms and treatment options. Ms. Weaver will also share information about the Parkinson Society, its programs and events that are offered to support those living in the Upstate that have PD, their spouses, care-givers, and family members.  


    The Support Group will me meeting every 3rd Tuesday of each month at Seneca Presbyterian Church Classroom beginning at 3:00 p.m. 

    Greenville Area Parkinson Society Web  Site

  • Parkinson GAPS in Motion

    Exercise is the best medicine to combat Parkinson's Disease! 3 Opportunities to Move! Greenville Phillis Wheatley Community Center Every Friday 12:00p.m. - 1:00p.m.

    Seneca Presbyterian Church 1st and 3rd Friday's 3:00p.m. - 4:00p.m.

    Clemson Downs 2nd and 4th Fridays 3:00p.m.-4:00p.m.


    GAPS in Motion                             

  • PERSIST

      (PROVIDING EDUCATION, RESOURCES, AND SUPPORT (TO) INDIVIDUALS

     (OF) SUICIDE LOSS TRAGEDIES.

    Have you or someone you know suffered a loss due to suicide?If so, please join us for our PERSIST suicide-loss survivors' support group meetings.  

    When: 1st Monday of each Month

    Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm

    Where: Seneca Presbyterian Church (115 W. South 1st Street)

    What: Education , Support, and Resources

    Why: No one should go through this alone.