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    Any of y’all know any old fashioned churches? My wife aren’t big on the contemporary, prefer the hymns and all. Thanks


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    Don't know of one in Sumter offhand, but I have a friend that goes to one down near Manning. King James preaching and traditional hymns I believe. I can find out for you if you'd like?
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    I assume you're looking for Baptist?

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    Denomination isn’t a big factor. Prefer Baptist but open to most


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    Graham baptist Wedgefield baptist or bethel baptist
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    And open Bible baptist
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    Snakes a deal breaker?

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    Snakes a deal breaker?
    I’d pay top dollar to see my wife’s reaction the second a snake came out. She would kill me though


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    1st Baptist, Grace Baptist, Harmony if you go to 8am service, Alice Dr Baptist, again 8 am service, Ashwood Baptist, CrosswelI Baptist. Sumter Baptist Temple is very old school. Don't know what location you're looking for.

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    alice drive has a traditional 8:30 service. Thats where we go
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    First Baptist
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    Pinewood Duck is a Deacon at First Baptist; he can give you details

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose843 View Post
    1st Baptist, Grace Baptist, Harmony if you go to 8am service, Alice Dr Baptist, again 8 am service, Ashwood Baptist, CrosswelI Baptist. Sumter Baptist Temple is very old school. Don't know what location you're looking for.
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    First Baptist
    When we moved away two years ago First Baptist was fairly modern. I don't think too much has changed since then, but maybe I'm wrong.

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    Thanks guys! Looks like we have a lot to try out. Appreciate it


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    We went to alot of them and settled on Alice Drive. Preacher keeps my attention. Music is very good. Little big for me but has lots of stuff for my kids. You’ll know when you find the right one.
    "Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it. The river was cut by the world's great flood and runs over rocks from the basement of time. On some of the rocks are timeless raindrops. Under the rocks are the words, and some of the words are theirs.
    I am haunted by waters" Norman Maclean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phone Man View Post
    We went to alot of them and settled on Alice Drive. Preacher keeps my attention. Music is very good. Little big for me but has lots of stuff for my kids. You’ll know when you find the right one.
    Clay is one of the best pastors in the state. Danny is great at fbc, too. I thought op put the stipulation on only kjv being taught. Lot of great churches here
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinghagen#12 View Post
    Snakes a deal breaker?
    I seent a set of worship snakes once. Seent a pastor high knee around the congregation too

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    Based off what you explained y’all would do good in an independent Baptist church.

    They IMO are Pentecostal minus speaking In tongues.


    They are aisle running, pew jumping, slober slinging, naner pudding eating, King James preaching folks.
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    Don’t put too much thought into it, you’re gonna leave anyway. Baptists invented the transfer portal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tater View Post
    Don’t put too much thought into it, you’re gonna leave anyway. Baptists invented the transfer portal.
    lmfao.

    I’ve always said Baptist are the most judgmental people on earth, also.
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