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A Caregivers’ Retreat March 15-16, 2024

SCCAC is thrilled to extend a heartfelt invitation for a special retreat tailored specifically for caregivers who provide unwavering support and love to individuals living with dementia. This FREE retreat in beautiful Beaufort, South Carolina promises to be a rejuvenating experience filled with relaxation, education, and connection with fellow caregivers.

How Sweet the Sound Concert February 21, 2024

This time we are partnering with Council on Aging centers across the state to offer programming to South Carolina residents with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers.

We will offer a music program featuring Christal Heyward and important advocacy information for caregivers.

July 2024 Book Club

“In the Executioner’s Shadow” is a documentary film directed by Maggie Burnette Stogner. The film, released in 2018, explores the personal and societal impact of capital punishment and the experiences of individuals who have played roles in the execution process, including executioners, victims’ family members, and exonerated former death row inmates.

Join us at Nickelodeon Theater in Columbia (1607 Main Street, Columbia, SC 29201) for an in-person movie experience and panel discussion.

May 2024 Book Club

Published in 2019, How High the Moon is a historical fiction novel set in the racially charged atmosphere of the Jim Crow South. The story revolves around a young girl named Ella, who lives in the town of Alcolu, South Carolina, during the 1940s. The narrative weaves between Ella’s experiences and those of her cousin, Henry, who is falsely accused of murdering two white girls.

March 2024 Book Club

The Cross and the Lynching Tree is a powerful and thought-provoking book written by James H. Cone, a prominent theologian and scholar of black liberation theology. The book was published in 2011 and explores the intersections of Christianity, race, and violence in the United States. As many Christians observe Maundy Thursday, we invite you to join us as we explore what it means on follow the “commandment” to stop executions in South Carolina.

Ash Wednesday 2024

The fragility of life often brings grief and sorrow. Using God’s spoken word, the power of music, deep reflection, prayers, and the imposition of ashes, this 1-hour hybrid worship experience helps us acknowledge our own mortality.

World AIDS Day December 1, 2023 11am Columbia, SC

This year, the SC Christian Action Council is the official host of the state’s observation of World AIDS Day at the SC State House, and we are thrilled to partner with SC DHEC. Our focus is the intersection of HIV and human trafficking.

Advocate this Advent: A 4-Week Study to Mobilize BIPOC Communities

Join Rev. Kendal L. McBroom and Rev. Dr. Regina H. Moore for “Advocate this Advent: A 4-Week Study to Mobilize BIPOC Communities” beginning Wednesday, November 29 at Noon EST.  This virtual weekly study will be held Wednesdays at Noon EST on November 29, December 6, December 13, and December 20. The study will be rebroadcast each week at 7:00 pm on the General Board of Church and Society’s YouTube channel. All are welcome. Register here.

Columbia College World AIDS Day Event

Wednesday, November 29 6:30 pm-7:30 pm

Join us in this safe space on the campus of Columbia College for a faith-based conversation about college life, HIV, and safe sex awareness while making red ribbons for World AIDS Day.

Sunday Service at Franklin UMC

Sunday November 26, 2023 9:30 AM

Join our Executive Minister & CEO, The Rev. Dr. Regina H. Moore, for 9:30 am worship at Franklin United Methodist Church where she will serve as guest preacher. The worship service will emphasize the importance of Christian witness on World AIDS Day (December 1).

Veterans Day Worship

Wednesday, October 18, 2023 10:00 AM


Looking for worship planning ideas to celebrate and honor military veterans during worship? Join four seasoned Christian theologians from diverse backgrounds as they share their pastoral experiences with those returning from war and military conflict and their loved ones.

Hybrid Book Study for Hispanic Heritage Month

Thursday, Oct 19, 2023 6:00 PM

It’s Hispanic Heritage Month! Join us for an intentional conversation with a Latino theologian as we embrace Christian beliefs within a prophetic takeover framework based on the Gospel of Matthew’s parable of the sheep and the goats (Matthew 25:31-46).

SEE Webinar “Manna Matters: Liberty, Justice, and Food Security for All”

Wednesday, Nov 1, 2023 12:00 PM


In preparation for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week and the bustling holiday seasons where families and friends will gather around a shared meal, we invite you to join us in a 1-hour faith-based conversation about the legislative work of the Farm Bill 2023, the challenging injustices of food insecurity and food deserts in marginalized communities across the United States, and practical ways faith communities and houses of worship can advocate and champion healthy relationships with food and local farmers with sustainable resources through the holidays and beyond.

Christian Action Every Day

PO Box 3248
Columbia, SC  29230


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