& Online Resouces
During the COVID-19 Pandemic we will use this page to communicate with you regarding church and worship updates as well as resources available.
Join us for In-Person Worship at 8:45am NewLife! Contemporary worship or 9am and 11:15am Traditional worship.
Click the In-Person Worship graphic below for details.
The church office is not open for in-person visits. All meetings and additional in-person events are also suspended during this time. Please feel free to call us at 803-794-8273 or email
Food and Additional Assistance Available:
Emergency Senior Feeding Program - offered by Lexington County Recreation & Aging Commission
COVID-19 Response Fund - available through United Way to assist with basic needs including food, shelter, and rent/utility assistance due to lost wages related to COVID-19
Children's Ministry Resources:
Available in Mt Hebron Children's Facebook Group
Sunday School lesson / App includes games, pictures, and other info about our lessons
Lenten Tree Seek and Find Challenge
Upper Room Spiritual Resources
New Every Morning: Sign up for New Every Morning, a free daily email featuring encouragement from Upper Room Books
The Upper Room daily devotional digital edition: Start a 30-day free trial of The Upper Room daily devotional digital edition.
The Academy Podcast: Listen to this month's episode of The Academy Podcast, a conversation between Claire McKeever-Burgett and Marjorie Thompson about how to remain grounded faith leaders in the midst of chaos, disaster, and fear.
The Upper Room eLearning: Now through April 18, the eCourse Freedom From Worry is being offered free to all individuals. Use the promo code FREEDOM when registering.
The Upper Room Prayer Wall: Join others in prayer on The Upper Room Prayer Wall.
Additional Free resources to help you stay grounded during these times of uncertainty and isolation.
Seven Suggestions for Healing and Renewal in the Midst of Stress and Anxiety by Flora S. Wuellner
The Work of Hope by Luther E. Smith, Jr.
A Blessing for Those Who Wait by Beth A. Richardson