ADULT DISCIPLESHIP is an essential part of the life of Lake Murray Presbyterian Church.  We encourage one another in faith in Christ through the study of Scripture and other Christian writings, by prayer and by fellowship. We never stop growing. Our motto is “Building a flourishing church that makes disciples of Jesus Christ.”
Adult Sunday School

So… we have several adult Sunday School classes.  All classes are open to new participants throughout the year.  While reading the material ahead of time is helpful, it is not compulsory for attendance.  All classes start at 9:30. The Journey, a class for adults in all stages of life begins a new teaching series March 22, 2020: Love Like That. Join us as we encourage each other and learn to love more like Jesus. Meets in the Multi-purpose room of the Children’s Ministry Building. Jesus Seekers- this class studies different Christian books in the Conference Room.  The Quest Class – A study of the Minor Prophets. A multi-age class led by Fred Yandle. Room 107 (2nd floor of Gym) Bible Survey Class– studying the parables of Jesus in Room 103 (2nd floor of the Gym Building).  Ruthanne Nicholson is leading. Disciples at the Lake– Digging deeper into the scripture around the sermons.  The goal is to develop flourishing disciples. Fellowship Hall.  Led by Dr. Ben Sloan.

The Mid Week Studies

Ladies Monday Night Bible Study, Mondays 7:00 to 8:30 PM, starts The Namesake on September 19th in room 107 (Gym Building). Studying Scripture around the sermons.  7:00 PM Co-Ed Room 103 (Gym building) Led by Dr. Ben Sloan. Disciple: Thursday 10:00 AM Co-Ed  The Gospel of John.  In the church conference room. Led by Rev. Blaine Hill Bible Study Fellowship: Tuesdays 6:30 to 8:30 PM, Rooms 103, 104, 107 in the Gym Building. Presbyterian Women’s Circles meet once a month for fellowship, prayer and study.  Click here for more information about all of the activities of The Presbyterian Women. Susan Powell is the 2018-2019 President of the Presbyterian Women.


Pregnancy and Infant Loss Ministry of Lake Murray Presbyterian

A group of mourning parents at Lake Murray Presbyterian Church in Chapin, South Carolina got together and realized the lack of resources to help parents, family members and friends cope, grieve and try to understand pregnancy and infant loss.  The LMPC PAIL Ministry was created from these conversations to help support those impacted by a pregnancy or infant loss. More…