Friday June 7, 2024

Steele Hill A.M.E. Zion Church

Rev. Dr. Jerret C. Fite


From Christian Education Department (CED)

Join Reverend Dr. Fite and the Steele Hill Church Family on Sunday, June 9, to celebrate "Education." We will honor our Class of 2024 and students from kindergarten to 11th grade! Education is a cornerstone of success, as we all know.

Sneek Peak (Class of 2024)

College Graduates

Alana Gibbs

Harrison Davis

Continuing Education

Jalin Taylor

High School Graduates

Kamya Brooks

Brianna Davis

Kolbe Johnson

Graduates, your church family celebrates your achievements and prays for your ongoing success! Oh,The places you will go!

Clergy Corner

Rev. April Wolfe

Friday Devotion

Psalm 16:1

Preserve me, O God, for in you I put my trust.

There are many places in the world who do not preserve food the way we do in America. We have access to pressure cooking, frozen, canned and other means.

Some places understand better the words “give us Lord our daily bread” without preservatives.

One must ponder what is God’s preservation is for us as human’s.

As trouble comes our way. Often we survive because of God’s grace. We are blessed by His ministering angel’s. We do not rot and wither away the way the world does if we are following God's way.

Prayer: Preserve me, O God for in you I put my trust. A-men

Where was Pastor Fite this week?

On TV - WSPA, Spartanburg, SC

AP African American studies course to be dropped in SC public schools

GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – The South Carolina Department of Education said AP African American studies will not be offered in the state’s schools anymore.

The decision comes after districts, like Greenville County Schools, wrapped up a two-year pilot program for the AP course.

The class was developed by College Board, a nonprofit that creates AP (Advanced Placement) courses taught across the country. According to a College Board overview, the course is a study of the diversity of black communities in the United States.

“They [students] are getting hands-on college experience while still in high school so the transition from high school to college is not that hard for them,” said Dr. Jerret Fite, a Clinton College professor.

In a statement sent out to school districts, Deputy Superintendent Matthew Ferguson said there has been significant controversy surrounding the course.

Many teachers and students in the Greenville County school district have vocalized their frustration at the removal of the course, saying this course on the AP level is a necessity.

“The District received official notification yesterday, June 4, 2024, from the South Carolina Department of Education that the African American Studies AP course will not be available for the 2024-25 school year. Some high schools within Greenville County had this course scheduled for the spring of 2025, which provides the District time to consider the appropriate path moving forward.”

Adult Sunday School Lesson

Sunday, June 9, 2024

Experiencing Hope

Topic: Reflecting God's Spirit

Background Scripture: 2 Corinthians 3: 1 - 18

Home Daily Bible Reading

Friday, June 7 Exodus 34: 28 - 35 (Transfigured by the Power of God)

Saturday, June 8 Deuteronomy 31: 1 - 8 (Be Strong and Bold)

Sunday, June 9 2 Corinthians 3: 5 - 18 (Ministers of A New Covenant)

Men's Fellowship Breakfast with Osceola

Calling All Fathers, Men and Young Men!

2014 Breakfast @ Osceola
Plan to join us as we enjoy fellowship with our neighbors – the aroma of bacon and coffee is already in the air!

Saturday, June 15, 2024

8:00 AM

Steele Hill Fellowship Hall

Father's Day is June 19 - If you hurry, you still have time to get tickets to the Panthers or Hornets game, a new summer outfit along with new sneakers, concert tickets, and of course, cold, crisp, cash! (You can thank the Media Ministry later)

Lancaster District CED Men of Distinction Celebration

Saturday, June 29, 2024

3 PM

North Corner A.M.E. Zion Church

Steele Hill 2024 Man of Distinction - Mr. Ray Morrison

Ray Morrison - Man of Distinction #MOD

Note: Proceeds from the program benefit the Lancaster District CED Scholarship Program

Fly High on your Birthday!

June 10 Odell Witherspoon III

June 11 Ray "Man of Distinction" Morrison

June 10 Clarence & Margaret McIlwain

June 12 Kenneth and Terressa Davis

June 14 Melvin & Shirley Witherspoon

June 15 Rufus & Louvenia Coffey

What better way to honor Juneteenth than by assisting someone in registering or preparing to vote? Time is swiftly passing, and before we know it, November 5th (Election Day) will arrive, and we don't want to be caught saying, "I am not registered or Who to vote for?"
Continue to keep our grieving families and friends in your prayers. A phone call, text, or visit can mean so much.

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