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Posts from September 2018

Michaelmas Sunday Potluck Lunch!

As part of our Michaelmas celebration this Sunday, we are having a potluck lunch directly after the 10:30 services. We are trying a new method this time, to help us have plenty of everything! If your last name begins with A – E, please bring a salad. If your last name begins with F –…

Michaelmas Sunday!

This Sunday, September 30th, is MICHAELMAS Sunday! At 8am and at the 10:30 am Chapel services, The Rev. Randy Shirley will tell us more about Michael and his angels fighting against the dragon and his angels, and how this war is part of the history of redemption climaxing in the death, resurrection, and ascension of…

Hurricane Florence: How Can I Help?

Hurricane Florence Relief – How we can help! Last week our city was spared damage from Hurricane Florence, but thousands of residents in North Carolina and along the US East Coast remain without power and unable to access their homes due to flooding. As we wait for the waters to recede, here are three ways…

Closures due to Hurricane Florence

As you most likely know, Governor McMaster has issued a mandatory evacuation for Charleston County, due to the size and strength of Hurricane Florence. As a result, St. Michael’s Church will close after the end of business on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 and remain closed for the rest of the week. We plan to be open for all…