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Joharah Lou Ipac

Female. Lives in Rizal,  Philippines. Born on February 25, 1980 In a relationship
St Mary AME Church
Rev. Barry Thompson Leverette acknowledged his call by God into the ministry and preached his initial sermon at Bethlehem AME in Belton, SC in February of 2014.  He was ordained an itinerant deacon on October 20, 2017 and then appointed by Bishop Samuel L. Green as pastor of St. Mary AME on October 21, 2017.  Rev. Leverette is passionate about the Word of God and reaching the unsaved.     Rev. Leverette is the son of Henry (Eleanor) Leverette and Sandra Thompson Leverette.  He was born in Belton, SC on May 4, 1969, and is a 1987 graduate of T. L. Hanna High School in Anderson, SC.  Rev. Leverette attended Allen University for two years prior to serving three years in the U. S. Navy. Before his return to Anderson in 2003, Rev. Leverette resided in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware.  He has worked in various positions at the US Post Office since 1993.  ​ Between 1996 and 2015, Rev. Leverette served as a basketball coach at Cecil Community College in Cecil County, Maryland, Charter High School in Wilmington, Delaware, Southside High School in Greenville, SC and TL Hanna High School in Anderson, SC. ​ In 2008, Rev. Leverette graduated from Anderson University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Services.  He is currently pursuing his Master of Divinity from Anderson University, and he serves as a radio personality on MY WLAS 95.3 FM in Anderson on Sundays from 6-8 PM.  His show, the Maat Hour, focuses on culturally relevant social issues. ​ Rev. Leverette is married to the former Dr. Sonia Michelle Cunningham.  The couple has two children, Jasmine B. Leverette and Bryant S. Cheek, Jr. (BJ), and they reside in Simpsonville, SC. 
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Salem United Methodist Church
Sylvia F. Watson is a native of Greenville, S.C., graduating from Greenville High School and later from Converse College in 1990 with a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology. Sylvia met her husband Randy during college and they are approaching their silver wedding anniversary this year in November. Randy is a Radiologic Technologist for Greenville Urology at St. Francis Hospital specializing in Lithotripsy (breaking up kidney stones). The Watsons have two college age children, Alex and Sydney. Alex is a rising senior at Clemson University pursuing a degree in finance. Sydney is attending Greenville Tech and hoping to transfer later to Lander College in pursuit of a degree in early elementary education. The Watsons have been members of Mauldin UMC since 1999 and lifelong Methodists. ​ For the last four and half years the Watsons have been supporting Sylvia as she attended Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary in Columbia, S.C. Sylvia graduated in May, 2016 and became commissioned as a provisional elder at Annual Conference this year. Sylvia stated that she particularly enjoys the study and preaching of God’s Word, and loves to give pastoral care in the way of visitation, Godly counsel, and compassionate caregiving. Sylvia stated that she would like to be known as a servant leader who practices the three “L”s: LOVE, LISTEN, and LEARN. Pastor Sylvia and her family are so excited to join the Salem family and look forward to growing in grace with all of you!  
Joharah Lou Ipac
Victor Baptist Church
Victor Baptist Church was organized in a small wooden building on Hill Street, now West Poinsett Street, in 1899 by Rev. W.W. Jones, the pastor of Greer First Baptist Church. The membership of this organization was 12 people. Later in 1899 the meeting place for that group was moved to the Victor Community Building located in front of the Victor Mill on Victor Avenue. That building was destroyed by fire in December of 1903. The members and neighborhood people met in individual homes or in a grove of trees on 7th. Street until a new Union Church, now Victor Methodist church was built. Both Baptist and Methodist people in the community used the building at alternating times.   In 1916, with the help of the Victor Company, Victor Baptist Church, a pebbled clay church building on the corner triangle on Victor Avenue and Line Street was completed. This church facility was used 26 years. A larger building was completed in 1942. It contained Sunday school rooms and a large sanctuary. During the 1950's the church had over 1000 members. In 2003, the church members led by the deacons and the Pastor, Rev. Ken Vickery, voted to relocate to a site on property purchase by the church at 121 New Woodruff Road, which is located approximately three quarters of a mile farther down Line Street. Snow Street, Harvey Road and New Woodruff Road border the site. The new church building was begun in April 2004 and the first worship service was held in the new building on April 17, 2005. On Sunday, May 15, 2005, a Dedication service was held for the new sanctuary and education facility.   Thirty members from Victor Baptist Church have felt the  call and gone into full time Christian service. Since 1899 twenty pastors have  served the congregation before the current pastor, Rev. Ken Vickery. The "Vision" of Victor Baptist Church is "Reaching a City to Reach the World." We accomplish in three ways: Gather, Connect, and Serve those in our city, our country, and the world with the message of God's love and forgiveness of sin. We are committed to sharing with others the grace and peace that Jesus gives. To find out more go to Our Vision.
Joharah Lou Ipac
Truth Missionary Baptist Church of Greenville
Truth-Missionary was founded in 1968 by Rev. Sammy Kay.  Along with his wife and three girls, Pastor Kay felt led to open a building in Woodside for the purpose of preaching the Gospel to souls he had won to the Lord through personal witnessing.  Truth-Missionary Baptist Church was formally organized in the month of November, but we celebrate our Homecoming service in the month of April each year.  Recently, we celebrated 49 years of ministry at Truth-Missionary Baptist Church under its founder and pastor, Dr. Sammy Kay. Truth-Missionary Baptist Church is dedicated to proclaiming the message of truth so that all the world may come to know Christ!
Joharah Lou Ipac
Grace Bible Church
Thanks for visiting our site! We are striving to make it informative and useful to both members and visitors. We have audio recordings of sermons available for download. If you have something you feel would be worthwhile to add to this site, please let us know!
Joharah Lou Ipac
Monaghan Methodist Church
Monaghan United Methodist Church is a small, loving congregation located in the heart of the historic Monaghan Mill Community in the West End of Greenville, SC.  We invite you to visit us and worship God with us!  ALL are welcome! Contact Us Address:  2 McBeth St, Greenville, SC  29611 Church Phone:   864-233-7733 Pastor Rusty Godfrey Email:   [email protected]
Joharah Lou Ipac
St John United Methodist Church
Welcome We are glad you are interested in visiting our United Methodist congregation. You are warmly invited to come and worship with us and experience God’s grace through our time together. We recognize that people look for God in many ways. Whether you visit in person or online, we hope you discover something here to encourage you in your spiritual journey. Here’s more info about United Methodist beliefs and if you are new to The United Methodist Church, here’s a great place to get to know us.
Joharah Lou Ipac
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
WEEKLY SERVICES Holy Eucharist Each Sunday 11:00 a.m. Adult Sunday School Each Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Evening Prayer every first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m., except for the months of July and August Holy Days Holy Eucharist at 7:00 p.m.
Joharah Lou Ipac
Berea First Baptist Church
Welcome to Berea First Baptist Church. We hope that your online experience will provide you the information you’re looking for and a picture of our church community. Whatever your age or stage of life, we think you’ll find a home here at Berea First. If BFBC is already your home, welcome to our online community. Schedule – Sunday 8:15am  –   Encounter Service (with Praise Band) 9:30am  –   Sunday School 10:30am – Cornerstone Service (with Choir & Orchestra) 5:00pm – Iglesia Bautista Berea – Spanish Worship Service in the Chapel 6:00pm  –  Evening Worship Service Schedule – Wednesdays (During School Year) 5:15-6:30pm – Supper (by reservation only) 6:00-6:45pm – Preschool Choir (Main Room – Child Develop. Center) 1st to 5th Grade Choir (Choir Room beside Sanctuary) 6:30-7:30pm – Adult Bible Study & Crosswalk Student Ministry Worship 6:45-7:30pm – Age 3-5 Mission Friends, RA & GA Groups (1-5th grades) Summer Schedule on Wednesdays – 6:30pm Adult Bible Study & Prayer Service in Chapel
Joharah Lou Ipac