Sundays & Special Services

Sunday Worship

Fort Hill Presbyterian Church currently offers two worship services on Sunday mornings. On Sundays at 8:30 am, we worship in Tartan Hall with a smaller, more casual service. On Sundays at 10:45 am, we worship in the Sanctuary for a more traditional service. The 10:45 worship service is also livestreamed on our YouTube page for those who are unable to be with us in person.

Special Services

We follow the church calendar year beginning with Advent as we prepare for the birth of our LORD Jesus.

Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols

Christmas Eve Candlelight Services are held on Christmas Eve, December 24:

  • Family-Friendly (children included) Service is at 5:00 pm in our Sanctuary
  • Christmas Eve Communion Service is at 9:00 pm in our Sanctuary

Lent and Easter

  • An Ash Wednesday service is held each year as we begin LENT—a season of self-reflection and spiritual growth as we follow Jesus toward Jerusalem, the cross, and his rising from death to new life. We gather in worship to have the ashes placed on our foreheads. We are mortal and seek to live our lives as those who are prepared to die.
  • A Maundy Thursday worship service is held the Thursday night before Easter Sunday. This is the night when Jesus shared a supper with his friends, the disciples, and foretold of his death as he was led away and arrested. As Jesus is led to the cross, we remember that it is in this act of self-giving love of Jesus, the Son of God, that we have salvation and new life through his death and resurrection.
  • An Easter Sunrise worship service will be held at the Old Stone Church Cemetery on Hwy. 76 and Old Stone Church Road in Clemson. The time varies according to the sunrise, usually around 7:00 am.
  • Easter Day Services – We celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord on this day with two choir-led services in our Sanctuary at 8:30 and 10:45 am.


We have a Thanksgiving Worship Service at 10:00 on Thanksgiving morning at the Old Stone Church meeting house located at the corner of Hwy. 76 and Old Stone Church Road. Together we worship and praise God for the abundance of gifts God has shared with us.