Beaufort Church of God

Parris Island Gateway-GEO: 32.2326N 80.4420W
Highway 280
Beaufort, SC   29906
t. 843-525-9385
beaufortcog@yahoo.com

Service Schedule

Sunday
10:00 am     Sunday School
11:00 am     Morning Worship
  6:00 pm     Evening Worship

Wednesday
  6:00 pm     Prayer Time
  7:00 pm     Family Training Hour

 

Prayer Requests

Annie Brown

 posted by: on 2/7/2016

Experiencing dizziness even after taking morning medications. Read More

2 people are praying

Beverly Gaskins

 posted by: on 2/7/2016

Experiencing numbness in right arm and fingers. Read More

3 people are praying

Paul

 posted by: on 2/7/2016

We need to pray for Sis. Vonnel's son. Admitted to hospital with chest pain. Had to to have surgery and 2 stints placed in heart. Read More

1 person is praying

Prayer for My Daughter

 posted by: on 1/20/2016

Please keep my daughter away from sexual immorality, promiscuity, sexual actions, behaviors or activity no matter how slight. Keep her away from those who promote this. Keep her away from drinking alcohol and taking drugs and those that may... Read More

2 people are praying

Pastor's Note...

Three men visited Abraham, and were well entertained. After these men had had their fill, they told Abraham about their mission: “Well, we have come to destroy Sodom and Gommorah, for it will be unfair if we do this without informing you.” And Abraham quickly did some math: Lot was there, his wife, daughters and sons-in-law. He now said, “far be it from You, O Lord, that You would destroy the righteous with the unrighteous.” And God answered and said, “alright , if I find just fifty righteous men in a city, I will leave that place.”
    
Abraham now said, “Lord, supposing you find forty righteous people, will you still destroy the city?” God replied in the negative. And Abraham said, “O God, do not be angry, but what about thirty people? And God said He will not destroy the city. And Abraham said, “Please, Lord, just this once, what if you find, twenty people?” God still said He would not destroy the city for twenty righteous men and women.
     
However, Abraham was targeting ten people; he was working to reduce the number to ten. Why? There was lot, his wife and two unmarried daughters at home. It is believed that there were also three married daughters and their husbands, bringing the total number of people to ten. But at the end, Abraham’s ten people became four, because Lot’s sons-in-law would not believe that God was going to destroy the city. And in fact, it became three and a half because somebody got half way and became a pillar of salt.
 
 

Events for the week...

Sunday School

Feb 14, 10:00 am

Sunday Morning Worship

Feb 14, 11:00 am

Evening Worship Service

Feb 14, 6:00 pm

Ladies Bible Study

Feb 17, 2:00 pm

Ladies Bible Study

Feb 18, 6:30 pm