Monday, February 22, 2016

Sunday March 6, 2016 - Living the Dream!

On Sunday, March 6th, we are going to have a BIG EVENT. We are planning to have a day centered around the future of our church, Sauldam Baptist Church. I believe in our church and I also believe we are a vital part of each church family and our community. After the Sunday morning service we will have a covered dish "dinner on the grounds" likened to that of homecoming. Then we will have a meeting of all of us togehter discussing the future of our church. You will be given a questionnaire asking your thoughts on a variety of issues related to our future. It will be a time where you can express your thoughts about your church. I believe this will be the beginning of an exciting and bright future for Sauldam. I'm looking forward to "Living the Dream." You will receive a letter in the next several weeks giving you more details. Please begin now to pray about this all important time in the life of our church!
Love Ya,
Pastor John

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

This week's opportunities at Sauldam

February 2, 6:30 - Women's Bible Study

February 3
7:00 Missions Night
Tina Newton will share her experiences while serving in Uganda last year.
8:00 Choir Practice

February is grocery month for the Charleston Baptist Association.
Please bring canned goods and other non-perishable food items. There will be a box in the vestibule to place your items in.

We are also collecting money for the George Newton Scholarship Fund.  This scholarship will go to two ministerial students at CSU. Our church goal is $1200.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Getting ready for BIBLE SCHOOL!

Join us Monday - Friday 6:00 to 8:30 starting June 15th! We'll have lots of fun for all ages! Supper provided!

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Children's Easter Party is being held during the service on Easter morning!

The Children's Department Easter Party is being held Easter Sunday morning during Children's Church at 11 a.m. We look forward to seeing you there! Be sure to bring your Easter basket!

Friday, April 4, 2014

Share your favorite recipe!

Sauldam's Children's Department will publish a recipe book of all our old favorites! We're counting on you to send in your recipes. They don't have to be fancy, just delicious! Have a family recipe from a loved one who has passed on? This is a way to share that legacy with us all.  Email your recipe to Deadline May 25!

April 6 - 12, 2014 News

Next week we'll have a busy schedule at church:

Sunday, April 6th - 10 am Sunday School for all ages, 11 am Worship Service, 7 pm Sunday Night Services

Monday, April 7th - 7 pm Deacon's Meeting - This meeting attended by the elected deacons of the church. After passing through this meeting, ideas and concerns are brought to the appropriate committee for further discussions.

8 pm Finance Committee - This meeting is for the chairmen of committees, the deacons, and treasurers. Anything involving the finances of the church happens here. After discussion and voting, recommendations come from this committee to the business meeting.

Tuesday, April 8th - Women and Men's Bible Studies meet at 6:30 in Martin Hall.

Wednesday, April 9th - April Business Meeting - 7 pm - Each month the church holds a business meeting to discuss the business of the church. Anyone may attend and bring concerns and ideas to the church. Committees, like the Deacon's and the Finance Committee, bring recommendations that are discussed and voted on by the members at this time.
7 pm - Wednesday Night Kids - Ages first grade through youth are invited to fun, supper and learning with their friends. Please drop off kids at 7 pm and plan on picking them up no later than 8 pm. There is no supervision available before or after classes.

8 pm - Choir Practice - The choir is practicing for the Easter Sunday service "The Day He Wore My Crown." As we near the performance date, we ask that anyone planning on performing, please try to attend practice this week. It's not too late to join us!

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Celebrate Sauldam next Sunday!

Sunday, March 23rd will be a special day for Sauldam! "Celebrate Sauldam" will highlight all our past, present, and future! Folks have been working hard to gather historical artifacts, photos and memorabilia from the past. We'd love to have people dress in period attire from our history. We'll also focus on what's happening right now in the life of our church. After this celebration service, join us for an old fashioned dinner on the grounds and church wide photo! It all starts with Sunday School at 10 am on March 23rd.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

It's not too late to join the Men's Bible Study based on "The Daniel Plan."

This 6 week session video based, small group Bible study offers an innovative approach to creating a healthy lifestyle - rooted and framed by five life areas: faith, food, fitness, and friends. "The Daniel Plan" focuses on an abundance of healthy choices giving you the encouragement and inspiration needed to succeed.  Transform yourself in the most head turning way imaginable - from the inside out! Join us tonight!

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Yes, we'll gather at the river... and we did!

Sauldam folks gathered at the river today to enjoy a day of fun, fellowship and baptism!
This has become an annual event held at Givhans State Park. We rent the house there and spend the day (as a matter of fact while I write this it is still going on!) In this picture, William Botten is being baptized by Pastor Moore with the help of Wes Green.
For more pictures, like the Sauldam Baptist Church Facebook page!

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Fun Day tomorrow!

Don't forget to plan on staying for a fun Sunday afternoon tomorrow! Hot dogs and hamburgers are provided. Bring a dessert and a side dish for your family and come ready to play. Hope to see you there!

Monday, January 14, 2013

2013 promises to be an exciting year in the life of Sauldam Baptist Church! Here's just a few of the things happening this week!!

Bible Study for men and women will begin Tuesday, Jan. 15th at 7 p.m. This study will be led by Pastor Moore. It will meet the next three Tuesdays in January. Everyone is encouraged to attend, especially if you volunteer within the church. A nursery will be provided.

Bible Study and Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Wednesday Night Kids and Youth also meets Wednesday at 7.

Choir Practice is at 8 p.m. on Wednesday.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Sauldam Welcomes Our New Pastor, John Moore

It's hard to call John our new pastor since he's been working with us for several years now as interim pastor. We are thrilled to announce that he has accepted the call of our church to be our full time minister. A reception was held in his honor on Sunday, August 5th. If anyone has photos of this event, feel free to email them to us and we'll be sure to share them with everyone!

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Collecting pictures of fathers for a special Father's Day presentation!

We are collecting pictures of people with their fathers for a special presentation on Father's Day. We would still like to include your father even if they've passed away. Please give the pictures to Donnie Newton NO LATER THAN Wednesday, June 13th.

If you want, you can e-mail them to Thanks!!!

Monday, May 28, 2012

Looking forward to this year's Bible School - Starts June 18th!

Sauldam's Bible School begins June 18th! Join us for 5 fun packed days - 6 pm to 9 pm each night. We'll even feed you supper! Stay tuned for more information!

Saturday, April 7, 2012


Join us tomorrow morning at 7am for our Easter Sunrise Service to be followed by breakfast at 8am.

Sunday School will be at 10am followed by our Morning Worship Service at 11am.

We hope to see all of you there as we worship our risen Lord!!!

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Beth Moore's blog and the Book of James!

The ladies of Sauldam enjoyed a great night of Bible Study last night. This session is by our old friend, Beth Moore. If you've never been to a study by Beth, you'll be surprised. She's funny and entertaining and just brimming with enthusiasm for the Word of God. I was doing a bit of browsing - and I know I should have been doing my homework - and came across Beth Moore's blog. I thought I'd share this link with you. We are planning a trip to hear Beth Moore speak in Charleston in August abd we meet every Tuesday evening from 7  to 9 pm. You do not have to attend our church to attend Women's Bible Study or join us in August. Just contact us if you'd like to join us! We'd love to have you!

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

March 19 through 25

This Week's Events (March 19th-March 25th)

Tuesday, March 20th
Women's Bible Study (7pm)
**Our new study "James: Mercy Triumphs" starts this Tuesday**

Wednesday, March 21st
Bible Study & Prayer Meeting (7pm)
Wednesday Night Kids & Youth (7pm)
Choir Practice (8pm)

Sunday, March 25th
Sunday School (10am) *Nursery Provided*
Morning Worship Service (11am) *Nursery Provided*

Children's Choir Practice (6pm)
Discipleship Training (6pm)
Evening Worship Service (7pm)

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Church Social: Saturday March 10th at 7 pm

We're having a barbecue! Bring a friend and join us for an evening of FUN and FOOD!  Make sure that you get a photo of yourself ages 2 to 18 to Donnie Newton before Wednesday, March 7th.

Monday, March 5, 2012

This week's event calendar! March 5th - March 11

This Week's Events (March 5th-March 11th)

Monday, March 5th
Deacons Meeting (7pm) **All Deacons should attend**
Finance Committee Meeting (8pm) ** All Committee Chairmen should attend**

Wednesday, March 7th
Missions Night (7pm)
Wednesday Night Kids & Youth (7pm)
Choir Practice (8pm)
Saturday, March 10th Churchwide Social (7pm) Each family is asked to bring a dessert to share.

Sunday, March 11th
Sunday School Breakfast (9:15am) **All are welcome!**
Sunday School (10am) **Nursery Provided**
Morning Worship Service (11am) **Nursery Provided**

Children's Choir Practice (6pm)
Discipleship Training (6pm)
Evening Worship Service (7pm)

Monday, October 31, 2011

Women's Bible Study

New Bible Study begins Tuesday, November 1, 2011, at 7:00 P.M. "When Godly People Do Ungodly Things," by Beth Moore.
Women of all ages are invited to attend this seven session study. See the Bible Study for Women Page for more information.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Then Jesus said, "Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28

A young lady confidently walked around the room while explaining stress
management to an audience. With a raised glass of water (everyone knew she
was going to ask the ultimate question, 'half empty or half full?', she fooled
them all.

"How heavy is this glass of water?" she inquired with a smile.
Answers, called out, ranged from 8 oz. to 20 oz.
She replied, "The absolute weight doesn't matter. It depends on how long
I hold it. If I hold it for a minute, that's not a problem. If I hold it for an
hour, I'll have an ache in my right arm. If I hold it for a day, you'll have to
call an ambulance. In each case it's the same weight, but the longer I hold
it, the heavier it becomes." She continued, "And that's the way it is with
stress. If we carry our burdens all the time, sooner or later, as the burden becomes
increasingly heavy, we won't be able to carry on."
"As with the glass of water, you have to put it down for a while and rest
before holding it again. When we're refreshed, we can carry on with the burden.
So, as early in the evening as you can, put all your burdens down. Don't carry them
through the evening and into the night. Pick them up tomorrow."
"Whatever burdens you're carrying now, let them down for a moment. Relax,
pick them up later after you've rested."
This week someone forwarded this email to me. It was followed by cute sayings on how the world suggests you relax and accept your fate. "Just face it...sometimes you're the pigeon and sometimes you're the statue." It got me thinking how many times we, who are Christians, are called to lay down our burdens and rest, not in defeat of the circumstances, but in joyful rest knowing we can rest in the arms of our Lord who will make our yoke easy and our burdens light.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

"Amen" from the movie, Lilies of the Field

The choir's been practicing this song, but we've been struggling with the different parts, so here's a clip from the movie. I can't guarantee we'll sound like Sidney Poitier and the nuns, but we're trying!
You Tube includes these notes with the clip: This is the final scene in the film directed by Ralph Nelson. It's the scene where Homer Smith, played by Sidney Poitier leaves Mother Maria, played by Lilia Skala after building them a chapel. After taking one last look at the chapel he built, Smith, knowing that his work is done, slips into his car and drives quietly off into the night.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Week beginning Aug. 7, 2011

Monday: Deacon's Meeting 7 pm
Finance Committee meets 8 pm

Tuesday:  Women's Bible Study 7 pm

Wednesday: By-Laws Review Committee Meeting 6 pm
Business Meeting and Prayer Meeting 7 pm
Wednesday Night Kids & Youth 7 pm
Choir Practice 8 pm

Please send in any announcements of meetings or other information that you'd like to see posted.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Serving opportunies

Anyone interested in serving as a/an Usher, Junior Usher, Greeter, New Member Information/Visitation & Prayer Committee member, Lord's Supper Prep Committee member, Baptism Assistant Committee member, Discipleship Training Coordinator, Keenagers Coordinator, Men's Ministry Coordinator, Vacation Bible School Coordinator, Women's Bible Study Coordinator or Wednesday Night Youth Coordinator, please contact Sarah Newton or Tina Newton ( or 843-224-2823) for nomination. Interest does not guarantee position but extra resources are always appreciated. 

Monday, July 18, 2011

Preview of the upcoming week!

Women's Bible Study, 7:00-9:00

6:00 By Laws committee meeting
7:00 prayer meeting/Bible study
7:00 Wednesday night kids & youth
8:00 Choir practice

If you have a committee meeting or other info. to advertise, contact us.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Thieves, we forgive you!

Many of you may not have heard that our church was robbed again last week! Thieves cut lines and stole the AC unit from behind the old church. This is at least the third time that the church has been robbed. This time could have been much more serious! The church and Martin Hall, on Wednesday night, were full of children and youths coming to Wednesday Night Kids. Parents were helping in the kitchen. Teachers were arriving. The finance committee and deacons were meeting. All the while an open gas line was spewing poison! The thieves had cut a pipe to steal the copper fittings. When the gas repairman came, he said it should have blown sky high! In his words, "God must really love you folks!" And He does.
Please remember these thieves  in your prayers. They must be desperate to be preying on our community as they are. There have been MULTIPLE crimes in the area - tractors, lawn mowers, trailers, and equipment stolen and continuous theft of copper from AC units and electrical services. Odds are these thieves live among us,  maybe they've been to our church, maybe they live next door to you. But whatever the case, they need to stop. We need to watch out for each other and report anything unusual going on. Most of these crimes are happening during the day. These thieves didn't intend to threaten the lives of all of us last week. But they almost killed scores of us. Thank you, God, for your protection and help us to forgive as you have forgiven us.

Need a little Frozen Delight?

Robin Lane's mom's recipe from Women's Bible Study on Tuesday. We still have room for you!

One 20 oz. Can of crushed pineapple
One pint sour cream
3/4 cup sugar
2 Tablespoons lemon juice
2 sliced bananas
3/4 cup sliced strawberries, cherries, or blueberries

Mix all together and freeze in 9 x 13 pan. Let partially unthaw before serving.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Photos from Vacation Bible School!

We've all seen lots of photos on Facebook from vacation Bible School, but here are just a few more. Want a click link to the Sauldam Facebook page? Take a look in the left toolbar. Click there to hop on over! This page feeds on to the Facebook and shows up on the wall, slowly sometimes, but eventually!  Here's just a few more photos.

New Women's Bible Study begins Tuesday, July 5, 2011.

The new study is In My Father's House by Mary Kassian.  We will explore how women need to get to know God as Father and relate to Him as blessed daughters.  We'll see how our relationships with our earthly fathers impact how we relate to Father God.

I have been praying for the study and for everyone who will participate and ask that you will pray for us also. If you have any questions, please contact me.

See you Tuesday, July 5th!

Friday, June 10, 2011

All sections of the Church By-Laws are now published here. To see the whole thing, click on the link at the left. To view by subject sections, scroll down.

Church By Laws: Church Cemetery

A. Sauldam Baptish Church Cemetery is reserved for members of Sauldam Baptis Church.  Unmarried children of members may be buried beside their parents upon space presently available.
B. Upon space presently available, non-members who have family buried in Sauldam Baptist Church Cemetery may be buried beside their family, provided a one-time amount of $650 per person to be buried, has been paid for the perpetual care of the cemetery.
C. A permanent marker shall be placed at the head of each grave by loved ones within twelve (12) months after burial.  Permanent markers will be place only after internment.

These By-Laws were voted on and accepted by the members of Sauldam Baptist Church at their regular business meeting on November 10, 1999.

Church By-Laws: Deacons

VI. Deacons.
    A. Deacon Nomination and Election.
The nomination of Deacons will be made in writing by the congregation in a church business meeting.  Qualifications of male nominees for the office of deacon will be evaluated by the Church Council in accordance with qualifications outlined in 1 Timothy 3:8-13.  The Church Council will contact qualified nominees about  their willingness to serve.  The election of deacons shall be by secret ballot following a Sunday morning worship service. Members may vote for any or all of the nominees.  Those that receive more than 50% of the votes cast will be elected deacon.  Ballots will be counted by deacons then in office.
     B. Term of Office for Deacons 
The term of office for deacons shall be three (3) years on a rotating basis.  A deacon is eligible for re-nomination after one term, but can serve no more than two consecutive terms, or six (6) years without retiring. A retiring deacon is eligible for re-nomination after one year.

Church By Laws p. 3: Pastor, Part B Pastor's Leave from Service, C. Pastoral Rights & Responsibilities, D. Pastorium

B. Pastor's Leave From Service
1.  Sick Leave.
If the pastor, because of illness, becomes unable to assume his duties, he will be allowed four (4) Sundays sick leave per year with pay.  Sick leave will not be accumulated from year to year. (Calendar Year).
2. Vacation and Revivals.
The pastor of this church shall be entitled to two weeks of vacation with pay each year and would be permitted to hold two (2) revivals each year outside of his church. (Calendar Year Jan.-Dec.)
3. Convention Attendance.
If the pastor wishes to attend any of the Conventions other than the State Baptist Convention and the Evangelism Conference, it will be voted on and decided each year.
C. Pastoral Leadership Rights and Responsibilities.
1. Supply Preachers, Order of Service, and Advertising.
The pastor of this church has the right to select those who are to supply for him in his absence or who are to conduct revivals.  He also has the right to decide on the type of service.  The advertising for all church services will be headed by the pastor unless this cost exceeds the amount budgeted by the church for this purpose.  Then, the cost would be brought before the Finance Committee and if necessary voted on by the church.
2. Moderator of Business Meetings.
The pastor shall serve as Moderator of any business session.  In his absence or upon his request the Vice-Moderator or the Chairman of Deacons, or some other person chosen by the Church, may serve as Moderator.
D. Pastorium
The pastorium shall be rent free at all times to the pastor of Sauldam Baptist Church.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Church By Laws: Lord's Supper and Annual Events

III. Observance of the Lord's Supper.
The Lord's Supper shall be observed at least once each quarter.
IV. Annual Events
It is agreed that this church will hold annually, with the closest cooperation and supervision of the pastor, at least one week of Vacation Bible School,  Youth Week, and Homecoming.

To see the By-Laws in one window, click on the link in the side bar.

Church By Laws p. 3: Pastor

V. Pastor
A. Change of Pastors.
1.Pastoral Search Committee.
A Pastoral Search Committee may be elected when the need arises, shall consist of seven (7) members, and shall be dissolved 30 days after a pastor occupies the pulpit.  In presenting a pastor for consideration the committee should follow the guidelines in 1 Timothy 3:1-7.
2. Vote to Call or Dismiss a Pastor.
In securing or dismissing a pastor a two-thirds majority of votes cast will be required.
3. Required Notice. 
The church wishing to discontinue the services of the pastor shall give him thirty (30) days notice. 

Church By Laws: Church Membership

II. Church Membership
A. By Baptism
Anyone joining this church by baptism will receive new member orientation in the doctrine and practice of the church preceding baptism.
B. By Letter.
Anyone joining this church by letter will receive new member orientation.
C. From Another Faith or Denomination or By Conversion.
Anyone joining this church from another faith or denomination or by conversion will receive a new member orientation in the doctrine and practice of the church.
D. Vote on All Church Letters.
All church letters or requests for membership by statement or proxy coming into this church or going to another church from this church must be voted on by the church.
E. Review of the Church Roll
It is agreed that the pastor, the deacons, and the church clerk will carefully study the church roll annually, at which time suggestions may be made concerning members participation.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Church By-Laws, p. 2: Finance Committee, Church Council, Organizational Order

D. Finance Committee
     The Finance Committee will consist of directors, officers, committee chairpersons, deacons, pastor and church secretary.  The Finance Committee may approve spending up to one hundred dollars ($100). The Finance Committee chairman, church treasurer and church secretary will maintain records verifying sufficient funds for the following month's bills. The Finance Committee will be responsible and monitor expenditures that are budgeted items, assuring necessary funds are available before spending takes place.

E. Church Council
The Church Council will consist of the Pastor, Chairman of Deacons, Men's Ministry Director, Women on Mission Director, Sunday School Director, and Discipleship Training Director.

F. Organizational Order
Officers of each department, directors of programs, and chairmen of committees will handle all the affairs of that department or office.
1. Any problems that may arise, that cannot be resolved, will be brought  before the Deacons.
2.  If a decision cannot be reached, the issue would be presented before the active church membership present at a business meeting at least thirty days after notification from the pulpit, in which case the majority vote would rule.

Questions? Contact us!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Questions or changes on bylaws?

Please post comments below each section as it is posted. That way we will have details and concerns where they need to be.

Friday, May 6, 2011

One of the good things about being a growing church is that we are welcoming lots of new folks! It's important that everyone, both old and new, understand how and why we do the things we do in our church. With that in mind, I thought I'd publish the list of church by-laws. These are rules and regulations, so to speak, which we've all agreed to be governed by. The most recent copy was approved November, 1999. There's been some talk that we might want to revisit and revise them, but the first step is to know what is currently in place. I will publish them in sections and then post the whole thing together as  printable sheets.



We agree that the inspired, inerrant Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible are our ultimate rule of faith and practice for the body and members of this church congregation. Written below is a list of by-laws which we have accepted and agree to be governed by. Any one of these by-laws would be subject to change, being struck or amended, with the consent of two-thirds majority of votes cast, provided such amendment, alteration or repeal be given to the church by-laws committee in writing and that such proposed change be presented to the Church at least thirty (30) days prior to the time the vote is taken. Our church doctrine is in substantial agreement with the Charleston Baptist Confession of Faith of 1767 and the Baptist Faith and Message. Church Policies and procedures shall be described in the church By-Laws and Robert’s Rules of Order.

1. Organization, Programs, and Committees
     A. Annual Election of Church Officers
All officers of this church, except the pastor, deacons, youth director, music director, and church secretary, are to be re-elected annually by majority vote.
     B. The Nominating Committee
The Nominating Committee recommends persons for all volunteer positions to be elected annually by the church. These volunteers should be members of Sauldam Baptist Church, but may be selected from other Christians willing to serve. Volunteers that are non-members do not have the privilege to vote on matters of policy or finance. The Nominating Committee will consist of four (4) church members, plus the newly elected Sunday School Director, Discipleship Training Director, and one Deacon. The Nominating Committee will nominate the four (4) church members to the church as their replacement for the coming year.
     C. Church Officers, Committees, and Program Directors.
These shall consist of the following:
Church Treasurer and Associate
Church Clerk and Associate
Church Historians
Association Executive Committee Representative
Associate Pianist
Ushers and Junior Ushers
Lord’s Supper Preparation
Baptism Assistants
Drama and Pageantry
Sound and Tape Ministry
Children’s Church
Nursery Coordinator
Benevolence Committee
Church Hostesses and Assistants
Decorating Committee
Youth Council
Sunday School Director
Discipleship Training Director
Women on Mission
Men’s Ministry Director
Vacation Bible School Director
(The Pastor is an ex-officio member, by virtue of office, of all church organizations, committees, and programs.)

If you have questions or comments, please feel free to send them in. To contact me directly, click here.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

May Keenagers

Keenagers will meet May 10th at Hopewell Baptist Church. There will be a blood pressure check at 11 am, the program at 11:30, and blessing & lunch at noon. Be sure to bring a non-perishable food item for the Good Neighbor Center.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

The answer is YES. What is the question?

Now shouldn't that be our attitude?
How many times do we answer - or think - NO, before we even hear the question. We are ready to find all the reasons we can't do a thing, instead of weighing the request with God's scales. Does this request allow me to show God's love? Is it a way I can serve?

Philippians 4:6 ESV

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Looking forward to our first Good Friday Service!

This year Sauldam will conduct a Good Friday Service. This service will include songs and dramatic readings to celebrate the "good" in Good Friday! Stay tuned for more details as the time nears.

For more information on Good Friday and the meaning of the holiday, click on the link below.

What is Good Friday?

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

2 Cor. 5:17 Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come! NIV

Last week I drove from here in Charleston to the Upstate. It always amazes me to leave in springtime and just 4 hours up I26 arrive in winter. The change in every tree, every blade of grass,even the sounds of the birds is amazing. If God can make such massive changes right before our eyes, how can we find it so hard to change? Let springtime renew your desire to be a new creation for the Lord!

Monday, March 14, 2011

Nursery Renovation

Make sure you stop by our newly updated Nursery the next time you're at Sauldam. Angela Greene assisted by Donna Platt, The Lanes, Claudia Cordray, The Braxtons and Joseph Martin renovated it last week.

Check out the pictures below: