Spiritual growth

As disciples of McGregor Presbyterian Church, we are committed to growing our faith in Christ. Our community includes people from diverse church backgrounds, as well as people who are joining a church for the first time. We draw strength from connecting with each other along our unique faith journeys. Sunday School, Bible studies, small group gatherings, Children's Church, youth activities, and other classes provide many ways to experience God's presence in your life with others in our church family.

Nurturing spiritual growth

At McGregor, we offer spaces and times throughout the week to nourish our spirit--whether it's walking alone through the meditation labyrinth, joining a Bible study, or meeting to learn together and care for others. We would be glad to connect you with people and resources to help you deepen your relationship with God. 

Call the church at (803) 781-2391 to learn more about the opportunities available to all age groups at McGregor.



Most of the Small Groups will begin the week of January 13

and end before Ash Wednesday, March 6

Contact Small Group Facilitator to sign up and for details.

Group 1:  Book Study:  “Being Mortal” by Atul Gawande 
Facilitator:  John Voshell; voshellj@gmail.com
Saturday mornings at 10:00 AM in McGregor Hall
Atul Gawande, a practicing surgeon, looks at the realities of aging and engaging in conversations with one another about the holy balance of life and death.  Join John for this intriguing conversation.
Group 2:  Book Study:  “Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I’ve Loved” by Kate Bowler
Facilitator:  Michelle Rabon; mshellrabon@gmail.com
Monday evenings at 6:30 PM at M Kitchen, 340 Columbiana Drive Columbia, SC 29212
Kate Bowler is a professor at Duke University Divinity School who considers our theology when we face challenges and illness.  This book is frank and funny and welcomes us into healthy conversations about life and living.
Group 3:  Labyrinth Walkers Group
Facilitator:  Terry Candee; tacandee@bellsouth.net
Tuesdays at 11 am on the Labyrinth
Join Terry for a time of walking and reflection using the labyrinth as a tool for contemplative prayer.
Group 4:  Faith and Art
Facilitator:  Mark Conrardy; markconrardy@outlook.com
Four Sunday evenings from 4:30-6:00 PM (February 10 through March 3) at McGregor in Classroom 106.
Join Mark, a local artist, to experience our faith through the multi-faceted lens of art.  This is open to people of all ages who are interested in seeing faith through a new perspective.