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Transforming the world


Our mission at Main Street is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.


Nurture to all by fostering a relationship with God through:

  • Sunday School for all ages
  • United Methodist Women
  • United Methodist Men
  • Bible Studies For Men And Women
  • Ladies Koinonia Book ClubCare and Concern Ministry
  • Greene Street and Main Street UMC Prayer Group


Outreach to individuals through service.

  • Keepin’ It Real Ministries
  • Main Street UMC Sandwich Ministry
  • The Cooperative Ministry
  • Epworth Children’s Home
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Transitions Homeless Center
  • Families Anonymous
  • FoodShare South Carolina
  • Carolina Carillon Holiday Parade


Witness to others by sharing Jesus.

  • Lay Speaker Ministry
  • Sandwich Ministry
  • Welcome Team
  • Vacation Bible School

What We Believe

Check out each of the topics below to see some of our most important beliefs.


Discipleship focuses on actively following in the footsteps of Jesus. As Christian disciples, we are not passive spectators but energetic participants in God’s activity in the world. Because of what God has done for us, we offer our lives back to God. We order our lives in ways that embody Christ’s ministry in our families, workplaces, communities, and the world.

As United Methodists we seek to use scripture, reason, tradition and experience to transform the world into the kingdom of God described in the Gospels.

The Holy Spirit

We believe in the divine personhood of the Holy Spirit as an equal part of the Trinity. The Holy Spirit is God present, living within each follower to empower a life that reflects the lifestyle, values and character of Jesus. The Holy Spirit is the change agent in the lives of Jesus’ followers, illuminating God’s word for understanding and application in the life of each.

The Spirit is involved in progressively transforming each follower into the image of Christ, and is actively working within the Christian community and world at large to bring about God’s plan of redemption for all people and all creation.

Baptism and Holy Communion

Believing that baptism is an act of the church through which God offers grace, the United Methodist Church practices the baptism of persons of any age, ranging from infant to adult. All United Methodist baptisms take place in the context of a worship service. Because it is a divine act, we recognize as valid the baptisms of churches of other denominations and do not baptize persons more than once. In baptism, the congregation promises to care for and nurture the faith of the one being baptized. Therefore, we baptize those infants, children, and adults who will continue to be part of the life of the church.

We celebrate Holy Communion about once per month. Worshippers of all ages, including non-UMC members, are welcome to receive the communion bread and juice.

Who We Are

The United Methodist Church is a global denomination that opens hearts, opens minds and opens doors through active engagement with our world. The mission of The United Methodist Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

We feel that God has a very specific plan for us. We do our very best to follow that plan as closely as possible. We feel that is we follow the Lord’s plan for us that he will bless us beyond our imaginations.

  • Reach the lost and broken
  • We believe in a father in heaven who looks out for us 24/7/365. We want to do our part to give back.
  • We believe in serving in our local communities. Just about every community has people who need help. We exist to reach those people.
  • We believe in bringing hope and love to the people in our area. We want them to know that they are not alone and someone out there wants to help.
  • We believe in growing the church. We understand we are a part of a larger body. We want to do our part to grow the kingdom of God.

From our humble beginnings in a basement in 1847, Main Street UMC has a beautiful story to tell. And we want you to be a part of that story.

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