Opportunities abound for fellowship with one another at First (Scots)!

We welcome you to join our family and invite you to any of our fellowship offerings!


Wednesday Night Suppers offer the opportunity for delicious food and great fellowship and run from mid-September through mid-May.

  • 0 through 5 years old: FREE

  • 6 years old through High School: $6.00 pp

  • Full-time College Students: $6.00 pp

  • After High School and older: $10.00 pp

  • Single Family Household: $25.00

  • All “to go” plates: $10.00 pp


Wednesday Night Programs & Fellowship bring opportunities for education and fellowship. Join us after dinner for a wonderful program in Molly Wier Hall. Wednesday Night Programs & Fellowship run from mid-September through mid-May. Check out the 2018-2019 Wednesday Night Programs Schedule.

Prayers of Concern Group meets every Monday, 12:00 p.m.—1:00 p.m., in Room 229 to pray for all who are on the Pastoral Concern list and for those who prayers have been requested via the pew card. This group also prays for the church staff, the session, all committees, program leaders and Sunday school teachers. All members of the church are welcome to join this group.

Bridge Tuesdays 1:30 p.m.—3:30 p.m., #203

Flower Ministry is responsible for rearranging the sanctuary flowers to be delivered to those in need.

Mom’s Connect Led by Betts Gatewood, Wednesdays, 4:45 p.m.-5:45 p.m. in room #229. Open to moms with children of any age; you do not have to be involved in Kirk Club to attend.


Koinonia (pronounced koy-no-NEE-ah) is the Greek word used in the New Testament to describe the early church. It means "community" or "fellowship." At First (Scots), half a dozen groups of about twenty people use this word to describe themselves and their role within the congregation. Each Koinonia group gathers monthly to share a meal and enjoy Christian fellowship, usually on Friday night or Sunday noon at the home of one of its members.
The groups are primarily social in nature and include people of all ages. However, they often lead to strong friendships between Christians united by a common vision.

Prayer Shawl Ministry: A Prayer shawl is tangible evidence of God’s love and is created to share comfort, encouragement, and peace to the recipient. Shawls are knitted, crocheted or otherwise crafted and blessed by the group and also the congregation. Our group meets at 1:00 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of each month. We welcome new members to join us for fellowship, devotion and handiwork in #205.

Presbyterian Women Circle Meetings

Scots on the Rock focuses on creating fellowship opportunities for young adults in their 20’s, 30’s and 40’s within the church and is comprised of singles, couples, married and married with kids. We focus primarily on monthly events including sporting, social, service and worship opportunities.

Scots on the Go offers planned activities for fellowship and learning while exploring the beauty, culture and history of our fascinating Lowcountry.


We welcome members and guests to join us for one of our annual church-wide fellowship events. In the fall, we enjoy a good Lowcountry Shrimp Boil. December brings our beautiful Progressive Dinner. We celebrate the height of the season with a shuckin’ Oyster Roast in January. Finally we round out our spring with the Annual Fellowship Picnic.

Our Annual Easter Egg Hunt is held in partnership with Second Presbyterian Church and offers great fun for ages young and old.

The Annual Golf Tournament benefits our youth mission trips each year and is usually held on Easter Monday. Special thanks to the 2019 Golf Tournament Sponsors.