Perry Noble’s Second Chance Church Lands New Home in South Carolina Shopping Center

Perry Noble’s new Second Chance Church finally found a new home about two years after the famed megachurch founder and pastor was fired from South Carolina’s largest church because of his alcohol addiction.

Noble announced on Facebook Wednesday that Second Chance Church, which was launched online late last year following his alcohol rehabilitation, will be housed in a strip mall in Anderson, South Carolina.

Since last December, Second Chance church has mostly existed online with Noble holding some meetings at his own home. This past Easter, the church held a service that was attended by as many as 2,100 people.

“It’s starting to come together!” Noble wrote in his Facebook announcement. “Our plans for upfitting the place where we will meet for Second Chance are in the permitting phase and should be done in the next week or so.”

Noble explained that the church’s first service in the new building could be held as soon as September.

“So thankful the Lord has provided us a place to meet — until then we will continue to gather online every week!” he concluded. “The best IS yet to come!”

According to The State, the church will be housed in the Clemson Boulevard strip mall, which houses box chain stores such as Target, Lowe’s, Petsmart, Michaels and Ashley Furniture.

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Source: Christian Post