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Earle Street Baptist Church to Dedicate New Building

Earle Street Baptist Church to Dedicate New Building Sunday, July 22nd at 11:30a Greenville, SC (July 16, 2018)

On Sunday, July 22nd, Earle Street Baptist will dedicate the addition to the education building following a 10:30am service of worship in the Sanctuary.

Construction began last Summer as Earle Street was celebrating their ninety-fifth anniversary as a church. The new 14,266 square foot, three-story facility will provide additional education, ministry, gathering and fellowship space with a new and larger Wi-Fi network for our campus. A new welcome center lobby for guests and members and a new over-sized elevator are also parts of the addition. “This new building is not a monument to ourselves or a clubhouse for members only. It is a house for God, a gift to our community, and a home to all who would enter. It is God’s gift to us and our gift back to God.”

Dr. Stephen Clyborne, Senior Pastor. The Parking Team and Outside Greeters will be out and available to assist guests and members that morning at the entrances through under the new covered drive-through area, the courtyard, the front entrance to the Sanctuary, the Robinson Street entrance, and the new covered preschool entrance on the lower level.

Background: Earle Street Baptist Church was founded 96 years ago on Sunday, March 12, 1922. With 117 charter members, the congregation gave approximately $200 for missions that day. On November 4th, 1923, the first service was held in the Sanctuary. About Earle Street Baptist Church: The mission of Earle Street Baptist Church is to worship God (worship); to share the gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed (missions); to be a home to all who would enter (fellowship); to minister to the needs of one another (ministry); and to assist in spiritual growth (spiritual growth). For more information, visit


Heather is the owner of Charlie Mason Entertainment in Upstate South Carolina. Entities include Upstate Exposures Magazine, Charlie Mason Radio, and the Northwest Corner Podcast.

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