GOP monthly meeting to be held this evening

by | June 14, 2018 9:23 am

Last Updated: June 14, 2018 at 12:22 pm

The Clarendon County Republican Party will hold their regular monthly meeting this evening at Cornerstone Fellowship FWB Church in Manning. Doors will open at 6 pm and supper will be served at 6:30 pm. The ladies’ auxiliary is preparing and serving supper. Donations for supper are accepted. The meeting will begin at 7 pm and end by 8 pm.

Guest speakers will be Gerhard Gressman, a Congressional Candidate for the Sixth District; Hope Walker of the SCGOP, our Executive Director; Leon Winn, the First Vice Chairman of the SCGOP; and Cindy Risher, Executive Committeewoman for the CCGOP and our SCGOP Reading Secretary. Others speakers may be added as time allows.

We will not have a meeting in July so come on out tonight for some excellent food and fellowship.

comments » 6

  1. Comment by Moye Graham

    June 14, 2018 at 11:45

    Come on out and visit with us tonight. We would love to see you.

  2. Comment by Cindy Risher

    June 14, 2018 at 14:02

    We will see you there!

  3. Comment by Danny Thomas

    June 14, 2018 at 16:59

    Why does the republican party meet at a church. All churches should be non partisan and never allow either party to have a function at their church.

  4. Comment by Moye Graham

    June 15, 2018 at 09:49

    We meet in the Educational Building and Kitchen not in the Sanctuary of the Church. Both parties across the state do this in quite a few areas. Our founding fathers of this country never meant to separate church from government. Look at what is going on across America because our government has taken God out of everything they possibly can. This church is non-partisan and our meetings are open to the public. You do not have to be Christian to attend our meetings. We hope you are but not required. We also hope that the folks than come are Conservatives. The Democrats in our county hold most of their functions in churches. They also use the Court House as we do for special events. There is no such thing as complete separation of church and state. Nor should it be.

  5. Comment by R. E. morris

    June 15, 2018 at 17:42

    Well said Moye Graham!

  6. Comment by Danny Thomas

    June 15, 2018 at 18:39

    Wow!! I guess you read a different constitution than I do. I read the constitution of the United States. It clearly states that there shall be a separation of church and state. I think we should have God in everything. What faith and what god? There are many faiths in this country so do we rotate them around when we have a public event? I do not want my child exposed to any other religion but Christianity but all children are not from Christian homes. Their faith should be equally included if the Christian faith is expressed. Government cannot show favoritism to any faith. Well most mainline denominations have clear policies that restrict participation in political events. Being a conservative is no better than being a liberal. A liberal position is not bad or evil like many republican think. The only evil republican is Donald Trump!! He feels the Christian Bible gives him the authority to put children in isolation from their parents. If this is not a twist on the interpretation of the Bible I do not know what is. No where in the Christian Bible does it state we are to treat children as slaves. All you conservative Christians that believe the church should be in government then you need to review the constitution.


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