Progressive Church - Mullins, SC

3137 Progressive Church Road
Mullins, SC 29574
(803) 464-2486

E-Mail us at mullinschurch@hotmail.com

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Pastor Roy Brockington

Elder Roy Rogers Brockington was born on April 22, 1946 to the late Mr. Willie and Daisy Brockington in Mullins, SC. He grew up in Mullins and attended the public schools where he graduated from high school.  Elder Brockington was baptized in the name of Jesus Christ in 1961and received the gift of the Holy Ghost under the pastorate of Elder Heyward Anderson at the Progressive Church in Mullins, SC.  He worked diligently in the church with the boy's Club and the Youth Department as president.  In 1965, he organized the first male group, The Progressive Trumpeteers.  In 1966, the Lord called him to the ministry.  His first sermon was "The Patience of Job," Job Chapter 2.

He continued to work faithfully in the church and in the ministry.  He became a member of the Progressive Minister's Association. 

On August 29, 1970, he was united in holy matrimony to then Sister Beatrice Campbell.  To this union two sons were born, Nicholas Dwayne Brockington and Christopher Demetrius Brockington.  He also has two grandchildren, Nicholas and Kara.

In 1979, Elder Brockington was appointed as interim pastor of the Progressive Church in Mullins, SC.  He was officially installed as pastor during the Annual Holy Convocation in 1980.  He was ordained as an Elder in 1984.  During the first year of his pastorate, only one visitor came to the church.  However, the Lord has blessed the congregation to increase from 15 members at that time to nearly 150 today.  He is very instrumental in the work of the Lord and works faithfully in the mission at Myrtle Beach, SC.

In 1995, Elder Brockington held a meeting with the congregation to announce the vision the Lord had given him to build a new edifice in a new location in Mullins.  The saints rejoiced!  He always envisioned a beautiful brick church in Mullins.  The vision came to pass when God showed him the land.  The fist land was to be purchased on Highway 76.  However, through obedience to leadership, land was purchased on a road formerly known as George Poole Road.  More land was purchased behind the church in 1998.  In January of 1999, the name of the road was changed to Progressive Church Road. In August of 1999, the Progressive Church in Mullins, SC was blessed to complete and dedicate its new beautiful sanctuary!

There is no doubt that preaching the Word of God with total conviction, as Elder Brockington does, has made a difference in the city of Mullins, SC. 

                                                                                          

Sister Beatrice Brockington

Sister Beatrice Brockington is the daughter of B. J. and Pauline Campbell. She was reared by her grandmother, Lula Campbell. She was born on April 19, 1953 in Mullins, SC.  She graduated from high school and received her Nursing Aid training at Mullins-Marion Vocational Center.

She was introduced to the Progressive Church by her aunt, the late Sister Louise Campbell, in 1965.  By coming to service and receiving the Word of God, she was baptized in October, 1969 and received the gift of the Holy Ghost.

In 1970, she was united in holy matrimony to then Minister Roy Brockington and to this union two sons were born.  Sister "Bea", as she is called by the saints, has worked faithfully in the church throughout the time she has been saved.   She has always encouraged the young sisters to stay in the church and allow the Lord to bless them.  She also states that it's not easy being a pastor's wife, but she has had to fast, pray and support the man of God in the work of the Lord.

As a missionary, she was taught by the "mother" of the Progressive Church, the late Sister Bessie Williams, and the National Women's Auxiliary Officers.  Through her endurance and faithfulness to the cause of Christ, she was chosen to serve as a member of the National Women's Auxiliary Board as a teacher to the women of the church.  Sister Brockington also assists Elder Brockington with the mission at Myrtle Beach, SC, encouraging the saints there to continue to hold on regardless of the circumstances they face.  "Favor is deceitful and beauty is vain; but a woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised."

SERVICE TIME

Sunday School

10:00 AM

Sunday Morning Worship

11:00 AM

Sunday Night

6:00 PM

Tuesday Night

7:30 PM

Thursday Night - Bible Study

7:30 PM

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