Sunday School Hour:
We've got something for everyone! Take a look under our ministries menu and get a taste for what we offer on Sunday mornings.
Celebration Worship Service:
10:30am • Worship Center
A service of praise and worship featuring the Sanctuary Choir and Orchestra and a message from the Word of God by our Pastor, Dr. Wendell Estep.
Map & Directions
1306 Hampton St
Columbia, SC 29201-3316, US
From I-77 (From Charlotte)
From I-77, take I-277 (Exit 18) which becomes Bull Street into Columbia. Turn right onto Hampton Street. Go one block. Church is on the left at 1306 Hampton Street.
From: I-26 (From Spartanburg/Greenville)
From I-26, take I-126 which becomes Elmwood Avenue into Columbia. Turn right on Marion Street. Travel five blocks to Hampton Street. Church on is the corner of Marion and Hampton.
From I-20 (From Florence)
From I-20, take I-277 which becomes Bull Street into Columbia. Turn right onto Hampton St. Go one block. Church is on corner of Marion and Hampton
From I-20 (From Augusta)
Take I-20 East to Columbia. Take I-26 East to I-126 East which becomes Elmwood Avenue. Turn right on Marion Street.
Take Hwy 378/76 which becomes Garners Ferry Road and Devine Street. Fork right at Dreher High School onto Millwood Avenue. Turn left onto Gervais Street. Turn right on Marion Street. Go two blocks. Church is on the corner of Hampton and Marion.
Take left onto Highway 302. Go several miles. This turns into Knox Abbott Drive and then Blossom Street after crossing the bridge. Take a left onto Assembly Street and a right on Hampton Street. Go three blocks.
Where to park
We've made parking easy for you!
There is a garage open on the corner of Hampton and Marion Streets. Our sanctuary is located directly across the street from the garage.
Our parking lot on Washington street is reserved for the handicapped and senior adults.
As you can see from the image below we have a welcome center inside Boyce Chapel. We are ready to serve you! If it's your first time visiting a Sunday school class, the members at the welcome desk are ready to assist you in finding a class that fits you! Or if you already know which class you'd like to visit, let them know and they can help you find it.
If you're wanting to drop your children off in the Children's Ministry Sunday school area it's located right in front of the parking garage. After parking enter at the blue awning, walk down the stairs, and you'll be at the Children's Welcome desk!
Here are a few people you'll see if you visit with us this Sunday!
Dr. Wendell Estep
Rev. Steve Phillips
Rev. Wes Church
Rev. Dennis Banks
A high value of Student Ministries is to develop student leaders. Our student leaders are called “CAMPUS Missionaries.” Being a part of our CAMPUS Missionary program is an opportunity for students to grow as leaders, to take ownership of the ministry, to be an example / mentor to younger students, and to receive the resources and support they need to make a difference on their school campus. Campus Missionaries meet monthly for a time of training, accountability, planning, and encouragement. Each student leader must commit to the C.A.M.P.U.S. Missionary strategy and actively serve in the church.
Campus Missionary Lunch Meetings:
September 21, 2014
October 12, 2014
November 16, 2014
This semester we will be going through StrengthsFinder 2.0 as we prepare you for leadership opportunities. Brian & Jennifer Barrineau, Brent & Melissa Haney, and Brittany Odom will be leading our Campus Missionaries this semester.
Students who successfully meet the CAMPUS missionary requirements are eligible to attend Student Leadership University.
Student Leadership University (SLU) is the premier student leadership training program in the world and is a valuable partner with First Student Ministries. SLU’s 4-year program is a significant component of our plan to equip, motivate, enable and empower students for present and future leadership in their schools, churches, teams, families and workplaces. We believe this training gives students an enormous advantage in accelerating their leadership decisions.
Modeled after Fortune 500 corporate leadership seminars, each student is exposed to comprehensive programs focused on leadership skills. These skills include time and life management, goal setting, dealing with conflict and difficult people, and developing a Christian world view.
SLU’s programs are based on the belief that the greatest catalyst for personal development occurs through the people you meet, the places you go, the information you obtain, and the applied use of that knowledge. SLU combines in-depth classroom lectures with accelerated learning, interactive workshops and in-the-field experiences.
SLU spans the globe with four comprehensive programs:
SLU 101: Orlando, FL
SLU 201: Washington DC
SLU 301: London, Oxford, Paris, and Normandy
SLU 401: Jordan and Israel
For more information on SLU, visit www.studentleadership.net.
For more information on our CAMPUS Missionary program, please contact Tripp Atkinson at 343-8545.