Community of Faith.
Fondly known as The Little Church On The Hill, Liberty Hill Presbyterian is an extraordinary church with an extraordinary legacy. Ten men and 16 women established the church in Liberty Hill, South Carolina in 1851. Today, the congregation has grown to 329, but we still worship in the simple beauty of a white clapboard church constructed in 1880 of timbers salvaged from our original church structure.
Liberty Hill Presbyterian is a community church. As such, every member plays a vital role in spreading the word of God. We invite you to join our community and share your faith in Jesus Christ through worship and ministry.
Please join us in welcoming our interim pastor—Rev. Harold Hutchison (affectionately known as “Hutch”).
He received a Doctor of Ministry degree from Union Seminary in Richmond after receiving a B.A. in religion from Westminster College in Pa. For 11 years he served as pastor of Shiloh Presbyterian Church in Grover NC, and then trained as a counselor and was certified as a pastoral counselor and licensed as a marriage and family therapist. He has practiced counseling for more than 20 years, including privately, in several churches, and at Queens University in Charlotte, where he still counsel students every Tuesday. Rev. Hutch has served 9 churches in Providence Presbytery as their interim minister. He enjoys the variety of both parish and counseling ministries.
Dr. Rollins' New Book:
"The Power of the Spoken Word"
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will hurt me until the day I die.
The Power of the Spoken Word is Dr. Rollins third book to be published and can be purchased through the church for $20.00 of which $5.00 goes to our Manse Building Fund. You may order through our website via credit card. The cost will be $25.00 to include shipping and handling. Please specify The Spoken Word Book in the description.
THE MASKS WE WEAR:
Wearing a mask may become a sub-personality preventing us from embracing our true spiritual identity.
Masks have been worn by people everywhere for everything from religious rituals to costume parties, from dramatic performances to protective devises in sports. For many reasons, masks have an archetypal fascination for us as humans.
As a social role the concept of the persona is useful in allowing an individual to move in and out of relationships without being too vulnerable. A persona can be the oil to ease potential social friction. A persona provides for some predictability of relationship, but wearing a mask may become a sub-personality preventing us from embracing our true spiritual identity.
Dr. Eugene C. Rollins
The Masks We Wear is Dr. Rollins second book to be published and can be purchased through the church for $20.00 of which $5.00 goes to our Manse Building Fund. You may order through our website via credit card. The cost will be $25.00 to include shipping and handling. Please specify The Mask Book in the description.
Also available is Dr. Rollins’ first book, Grace Is Not A Blue-Eyed Blonde. This book is $15.00 if picked up at the church or $20.00 if purchasing through our website.
The Liberty Hill Presbyterian Cookbook, Cooking on the Hill, is available for $15.00, which includes the Lakeside Living supplement. The supplement is available separately for $5.00. The Cookbook makes great wedding and shower gifts!