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Attn: About Hurricane Disaster Relief

a garden on the island
growing faith
where life happens


Welcome to Epworth, located on beautiful James Island. We love our church family, and believe you will, too. We are people from various walks of life who share the common purpose of serving God and others with joy, uplifting the beloved community of Christ. If you have that interest too, there's a place for you here. If you are visiting for the first time, the links below provide good information to help you get started. If you have any thoughts, please contact us. Thanks for visiting.

Join Us This Sunday

Sunday Opportunities

Contemporary Worship   9am
Sunday School             10am Traditional Worship       11am

Whether you attend our contemporary or traditional worship services, you can expect meaningful worship with scripture, prayer, singing, vibrant music, and relevant, compelling messages.

For the convenience of parents we offer nursery care for infants through kindergarten.

We also provide excellent Sunday School education opportunities for people of all ages, including children, youth, young adults, and adults.

For Visitors

Who We Are
We seek to love God and one another, fulfilling the great commission of Jesus Christ.


What to Expect
Get a heads up on what to expect when you visit for the first time.


Church Leaders
Here's an opportunity to become acquainted with our staff members.


Where to Find Us
Interactive map and contact information for visiting by phone, email, or in person.

Epworth Discipleship Pathway



We take Christian discipleship seriously at Epworth, and you'll hear a lot of talk about the Epworth Discipleship Pathway, our uniquely Methodist 'method' for helping people grow as disciples of Christ.


Love God • Love Others • Serve All


Learn more about the
Epworth Discipleship Pathway ->

Epworth Grows (Community Garden)

Epworth Grows is a community garden at Epworth. We're excited to provide fresh produce for the James Island Outreach. We believe everyone should have access to fresh, healthy food. While canned vegetables are better than none, fresh is healthier and better tasting. We believe that by sharing God's abundance, everyone grows in faith where life happens. Learn more about our Community Garden ministry.


Things You Can Do

  • Please pray for those whose lives have been impacted by the recent hurricanes. Please also pray for Early Response Teams, disaster coordinators, and the many volunteers who are working tirelessly to provide relief.
  • Make relief kits. Epworth is collecting relief kits and will send them to UMCOR for distribution. You may view the packing list and instructions for preparing the relief kits here.
  • Give to UMCOR's relief and recovery efforts: U.S. Disaster Response, Advance #901670 at
  • Donate only those items requested. To keep relief supplies in stock, give to Material Resources Advance #901440 at

**100% of your donation goes to the victims of disaster - no costs are taken out.

The United Methodist Committee On Relief is grateful for your relentless prayers and support.