Holy Eucharist at Barnwell's Nursing Home Every other Wednesday at 10:30am.


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Jeremiah 18, v. 1-6, the Lord tells Jeremiah: "Go down to the potter’s house and I will give you my message. So, I went down to the potter’s house and there he was working at his wheel. And the vessel he was making of clay was marred in the potter’s hand, and he reworked it into another vessel, as it seemed good to the potter to do. Then the word of the Lord came to me: “O house of Israel, can I not do with you as this potter has done? Says the Lord. Behold, like the clay in the potter’s hand, so are you in My hand.”

The Jeremiah 18 Pottery Project at Allendale Correctional Institute

The Jeremiah 18 Pottery Project at Allendale Correctional InstituteThe goal of this program is to provide one more resource in the Character Training Program that is designed to break the ‘prison culture’ and change inmates who, upon release, will be productive and successful members of their communities.

This is a ‘ground-breaking’ program that is being artist led by a volunteer Master Potter and teacher, Elizabeth Ringus.  A curriculum that encompasses math, science, social studies within the discipline of pottery making will make a 4 month apprenticeship program per cycle. In order for this program to become self-sustaining, materials and equipment require funding. 

How can you help? Volunteers are always welcomed at ACI. Donations can be made to Holy Apostles Church,
PO Box 207, Barnwell, SC 29812
Put ‘Jeremiah 18 project’ in the memo line of your check. For more information, contact Elizabeth Ringus, (803) 259-6111.


Snack Sacks
Snack Sacks is a mission outreach program sponsored by The Women of Holy Apostles. It reaches children in Barnwell School District 45 who may not have enough food over the weekends. Snack Sacks are filled with nutritious, child friendly food and sent home in the identified students' backpacks on Fridays.

Each week, volunteers deliver the Snack Sacks to the guidance counselor at each school. The guidance counselors are responsible for distributing the bags to the children. Children who receive the bags are determined solely by school personnel. The identity of the children is not known to any member of the women's group and is kept confidential. The children only know that the Snack Sacks are provided by the Christians in Barnwell county.

The cost is approximately $75.00 per child per year. 
Donated items may be brought to the church office at 9447 Patterson Street. Monetary donations may be mailed to The Church of the Holy Apostles PO Box 207 Barnwell, SC 29812.
Checks should be made out to "The Women of Holy Apostles" with Snack Sacks on the memo line.

Foods included in the sacks:

Juice Boxes                       Instant Grits
Crackers                         Instant Oatmeal
Applesauce                        Peanut Butter
Raisins                               Fruit Cups
Cereal/Granola Bars          Pudding Cups
Ramen Noodles                 Milk Product


Diocesan Women's Ministry

The Vision of the DWM is "To transform the hearts of women through the power of Jesus Christ." 

Our mission is "equipping women to live out a Biblical model of womanhood from generation to generation by providing a network of resources, Biblical studies, prayer ministry and mentoring through the transforming power of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Praise and Glory Offering
"She reaches out her hands to the needy." Proverbs 31:20
Monies collected have been given in the past to Hebron Grace Home, a residential Christian ministry for women struggling  with addictions. This year monies will be given to The Church on the Move, a ministry to our Hispanic brothers and sisters living in the low country.  The Rev. David Dubay, Rector of Holy Trinity, Charleston, brings the Church and Christian fellowship to our Hispanic neighbors. The Church on the Move really is a church on the move with chairs, tables, guitars, orders of service, music books and food transported in a trailer.