Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ invites everyone to drink from water that "... we shall never thirst. But the water that I shall give him/her will become ... a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life." (John 4:14). This is our vision at Sandy Springs: "Proclaiming the Greatest of Great." We strive to share HOPE for the lost, PURPOSE for the searching, ENCOURAGEMENT for the hurting. We invite you to come and worship with us!
"Therefore, having been justified by faith we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ." (Romans 5:1)
Join us as we begin the New Year at Sandy Springs, Sunday mornings at 11 in the sanctuary, in the Fellowship Hall for more distancing, or on the Facebook livestream.
Jan. 3: Observance of The Lord's Supper
Jan. 10: Sermon Series begins -- "The Revolution," a study of the New Testament Church. Part 1, "Before There Was an A.D."
Jan. 17: Part 2, "The One Who Died"
Jan. 24: Part 3, "From Death to Life"
Jan. 31: Part 4, "The Greatest Discovery of All Time"
Sunday mornings: Bible study groups for all ages meet at 10, with the Worship Celebration and Children's Church following at 11. We are worshipping in the sanctuary, with health and safety measures in place. Nursery care is provided. You also can worship with us from home as the service is streamed live on our Facebook page or in the Fellowship Hall via livestream.
Wednesdays at 6: Bible study and prayer time, as well as activities for kids, are held in the Fellowship Hall and streamed live on Facebook. Everyone is welcome.
Pastor Eddie posts devotional podcasts at anchor.fm/sandy-springs-baptist-church. Our church family is keeping in touch by phone and email. Please e-mail email@example.com or leave a message on the church phone if you'd like to be included in our communications. Updates on church events will be posted here and on the Sandy Springs Facebook page.
371 Sandy Springs Road
Pelzer, SC 29669
We are in southern Greenville County near Woodmont High School, just past the intersection of Sandy Springs and West Georgia roads off U.S. Highway 25 (Augusta Road).
From Greenville on Augusta Road, turn left onto Sandy Springs or West Georgia roads.
From the Simpsonville area, take West Georgia Road to Sandy Springs and turn left.
Our ministry team:
Rev. Eddie Howard, pastor
Donna Russell, minister of music
Justin Starling, minister to children and youth