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Posts from October 2016

Restoring Our Foundation Ministries by The Rt. Rev. Alex Dickson

Restoring Our Foundations Ministries is led by Archbishop Emmanuel Kolini, and his wife Freda. Emmanuel Kolini served as archbishop of Rwanda from 1997 – 2012. They came to Rwanda from the Congo shortly after the deadly conflict in Rwanda between the Hutu and Tutsi tribes. Upon his retirement, Emmanuel and Freda spent much time in prayer seeking to discern how they could…

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Volunteer Appreciation Sunday

Sunday, November 6 at 12:15 pm Rectory Yard (Kinloch Room in the Belser Building if it’s raining) All St. Michael’s volunteers will be treated to a reception honoring their service. The Saint Michael’s Staff will be the host. Spread the Word…

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Bishop Lawrence’s Men’s Summit Extraordinary Message and Participation by Charles W. Waring III

Bishop Mark Lawrence spoke the morning of Sept. 17 at the Diocesan Men’s Summit at St. Paul’s in Summerville. At the start of his three-part teaching, Bishop Lawrence conveyed that he had asked the planning team at St. Paul’s to prepare for about 80 participants but was aware they could handle 250. After the registration began, those numbers grew in biblical proportions…

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Prompted to Pray by Linda Prince

Joe and I moved into our Old Village home in January of 2015 and soon thereafter were blessed to call St. Michael’s our church home. In moving here, one experiences an overwhelming sense of gratitude. Gratitude for the beauty around every corner and gratitude for a Spirit-filled church. One morning while driving across the Ravenel Bridge, Joe said, “Do you think we…

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