An Empowered people called to transform, communities, churches and nations with God’s word.
To be a spiritual beacon, serving the people in hope of salvation. Acts 2:28-40
To proclaim liberty to the captives, and to comfort all that mourn. Psalm 61
The blind to see, the lame to walk, the sick healed, the deaf to hear and the poor the gospel is preached Luke 7:22
Welcome to Christ Temple of Summerville
Christ Temple of Summerville Spring Forth Ministries was introduced to the Summerville Community on February 2, 1992 with their first services in the chapel area of A.A. Aiken Funeral Home. Services were held in that location for approximately 6 months before another location was needed for the fast-growing ministry. The services were moved to the new location of 911 Central Avenue, Summerville and it wasn’t long before that location was being outgrown. We were favored by God when the owners of the Old Summerville Christian Bookstore wanted to sell the building at 419-D East 5th North Street (Highway 78) behind Safelite. The members of Christ Temple of Summerville worked with the owners of the Bookstore to secure a contract to purchase the building and convert it into a church. As of 2010, the building was paid in full. We were favored by God again as we entered our present location of 1815 Old Trolley Road, Suite 104, Summerville, SC for the past 7 years. God is continually blessing and adding to the ministry. Please continue to pray our strength in the Lord.
Meet Pastor Rudolph Grant
Rudolph Grant was born to Samuel and Wilhelmina Smalls Grant on April 15, 1952 on James Island, South Carolina. He is one of 13 children, 11 boys and 2 girls. He attended public school and developed a great love for music. He began to play the tenor saxophone. After high school, he volunteered to serve in the US Navy during the Vietnam War. In 1976 he was married to Hazel Blake Grant and had two sons.