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Posts from September 2019

Hot Dog Ministry!

Show God’s love and share the hope of the Gospel with the homeless through the Hot Dog Ministry. On October 15, we will gather at 529 Meeting Street, in the metered parking area in the rear of the building on Walnut Street. There we will share the Good News, along with the goodness of hot…

Operation Christmas Child Time!

Be ALL IN! Be Bold – pack more boxes!                 Be Hungry – for more children & families to know Jesus! Give Praise – pray for your box. Add a prayer to your box! Member of the Operation Christmas Child team will be handing out shoeboxes on Sunday, September…

PARKING ALERT FOR WED SEP 18

PARKING ALERT FOR  SUPER WEDNESDAY TONIGHT!! Any car parked on Meeting Street tonight will be TOWED, due to repaving. Parking will still be available on Broad Street and surrounding streets. You can also go to the parking garage on Cumberland Street. If you present a copy of the worship bulletin for the 5:30 Praise & Worship service to the attendant in the office on…

Al’s Recap of Kick-Off

Dear St. Michaelites: What a week! From hurricane Dorian protection to our Sunday Fall Kick-Off, the Holy Spirit is on the move at St. Michael’s! If you missed the Kick-Off, here is a recap: On Sunday Morning, September 8 at 9:15, and to a standing room only crowd in the Kinloch Room, Senior Warden Heidi Ravenel took to…

David Booman’s Reflections on his Sabbatical

Dear Saints, I am thrilled to share a development that was announced Sunday; this Fall I will be embracing a new position within St. Michael’s, that of the Associate for Family Ministry. In May, shortly before my sabbatical began, Fr. Al and Fr. Randy asked if I would consider this new area of ministry. I thus met…

Men’s Potluck Breakfast

Saturday, October 5 8:00 am – 9:30 am Kinloch Room Please bring a breakfast dish to share. Men of all ages are welcome. We will announce the creation of a men’s movement, which will make a difference in the lives of our local community. The Men’s Ministry desires to foster a sense of community and…

Hurricane Dorian and St. Michael’s

Monday, September 2, 2019 Labor Day Dear St. Michaelites: As Hurricane Dorian approaches, as with any storm we cling to our anchor in Jesus Christ and His Word.  Today’s Bible in One Year reading speaks to the power of God and His strength: Psalm 105:4:  “Look to the Lord and His strength, seek His face always.” With that assurance, we want to…