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The Florence campus of Family Worship Center is the main campus and central location for FWC Churches.

Please use this page to connect to all things Florence: news, events, and more!

Florence, SC


Service Times

Sunday – 10:30am
Sunday – 6:30pm
Wednesday – 7:00pm

3215 S. Cashua Drive
Florence, SC 29501

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(843) 661-0343

Pastor Steve McCartt

Senior Pastor, Family Worship Center

We are blessed with an amazing Pastor who truly cares about FWC, our church members, and our community. Pastor Steve and his family would love to meet you at our next service.

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Family Worship Center exists to see lives changed, relationships restored and miracles received. We inspire families to dream big dreams and do big things for the Kingdom of God!

FWC Florence News & Special Events

New Service Times

3 Services on Sundays! Starting September 21st, we’re adding a new service time! On Sundays, we’ll have three services available: 2 in the morning and one prayer service in the evening. Our service times will be 9:00am, 10:30am & 6:30pm. Come join us!

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Week of Prayer

We believe in prayer so much, we want our whole church to dedicate September 14-18 to prayer. During these 4 days, we’re going to have nightly prayer services at 7:00pm! Also, our Youth Center will be open from 6:30am – 7:00pm for anyone to come pray at the church.

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Hour of Power

Pastor Steve invites you to join him for an Hour of Power on Wednesdays at 7:00pm at FWC Florence! Come be a part of this powerful service with worship, teaching, fellowship and more!

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Recent Videos & Messages

August 24th, 2014 (AM)

August 24th, 2014 (PM)

August 17th, 2014 (AM)

Pastor Steve’s Blog

It’s OK To Drink

Drunk people are care-free. Drunk people are relaxed and happy. However, Ephesians tells us to be not drunk with wine, but be filled with the Spirit! So, is it OK for us to drink? Click here to read the full blog post:

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What Are You Saying?

The words of Psalm 91 are some of the most beautiful words in all of the Bible. The first and second verses describe a personal position with God. There are promises that follow these two verses and Psalm 91:2 sets a condition that must be met so that those promises can be ours. Click here to read the full blog post.

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3 Reasons Why We Need To Be A Follower

Did you know that God not only wants us to follow Him, but to imitate Him? The word “followers” in Ephesians 5:1-2 literally translates to “imitators” from the Greek word mimetes (mim-ay-tace). For us to imitate God, we must set out to know God intimately and to discover how to become more like Him. Paul, who wrote much of the New Testament, knew that this would require guidance and help. He was called by God to instruct the church in how to follow God. His instructions were simple, click here to read more:

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