In partnership with The Spartanburg County Foundation, the Spartanburg Interfaith Alliance will hold its virtual Spartanburg Community Thanksgiving Service streamed LIVE from Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. Watch the service here!
Donations can be accepted before, during, and after the Virtual Thanksgiving Service.
This annual event brings together diverse faith groups and is open to the public.
All proceeds taken during the evening’s offering will benefit Angels Charge Ministry. The mission of Angels Charge Ministry is to offer a transitional housing program, case management, and advocacy to deter recidivism and to facilitate a successful reentry into our community for women during and after incarceration.
The Spartanburg Interfaith Alliance is a network of clergy, lay leaders, and faith communities that have joined together for the purpose of contributing to the common good. The Alliance was formed in 2014 as a partnership between area clergy and The Spartanburg County Foundation with the central goal to serve as a resource hub for community engagement and create a network to leverage the faith community and its many assets to meet the needs of the greater Spartanburg County community.
The Spartanburg County Foundation is committed to improving the lives of Spartanburg County residents by promoting philanthropy, encouraging community engagement and responding to community needs. Established in 1943, The Spartanburg County Foundation is the oldest community foundation in South Carolina. Additional information about The Spartanburg County Foundation is available at www.spcf.org.
The Spartanburg County Foundation will match the offering up to $5,000.