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Fruit of the Spirit Preaching Series Continues

During Lent, we have been diving into the fruit of the Spirit as found in Galatians 5. You remember them, right? Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Gentleness, Faithfulness and Self-Control. As a preacher, I have found it exciting to jump into each of these vast topics. It’s so important that we hear each sermon…

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Church of the Resurrection, North Charleston

By Rev. Mark Avera As I write, I am now three services (Ash Wednesday and the two Sundays following) and one Bible study into life at Church of the Resurrection, and it just feels right.  I am blessed to serve a congregation of committed disciples who are hungry for more of Jesus and eager to follow both His leading and His appointed…

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Global Impact Celebration Report

By Rev. Mark Avera It is hard to believe that it has been over a month since we concluded this year’s Global Impact Celebration. This year, we were blessed to hear from Peter Rothermel, Jonathan Ziman, and Rob Rienow about the significance of the family in God’s mission to the world, and we were challenged…

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Treasurer’s Report

After closing out a balanced budget in 2016, with income virtually matching operating expenses of approximately $2.2 million, we are off to a slower start in 2017. Through February, total revenue was $232,862, about 10.2% of the full year budget and $150,000 behind the 16.7% ($380,000) that was budgeted. Early March income was somewhat more encouraging, but we are still behind last…

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Vestry Report

The Vestry met on February 23, 2017.  The primary topics of discussion were: The Rector presented a list of “core teams” of laypeople currently working on various tasks around the Church, including teams dedicated to (1) managing people’s first connection to St. Michael’s, (2) developing Discipleship programming, (3) youth and family programming, (4) pastoral care, (5) mission, (6) building and grounds, (7)…

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Seven Last Words Concert Slide

Good Friday Oratorio

 Dubois’ Last Words of Christ Friday, April 14 | 7 pm   On Good Friday, the St. Michael’s Choir will perform the beautiful, late romantic oratorio setting of Christ’s final words on the cross, composed by Theodore Dubois.  Admission: Free   Spread the Word…

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Eastertide Trumpet & Organ Concert

Antonio Marti first chair trumpeter Charleston Symphony Orchestra  Thursday, May 4  |  7 pm To celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, we will have the first chair trumpeter of the Charleston Symphony, Antonio Marti, perform a trumpet and organ recital with our organist, Matthew Wilkinson. Admission: Suggested minimum donation $10 Spread the Word…

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Lenten Midday Concert Series

This Lent, St. Michael’s Music Ministry will present a Lenten Concert Series. Every Thursday during Lent, starting March 2, there will be a half-hour recital in conjunction with midday prayer at 12:10. Our hope is that people from the community will be able to come during their lunch hour and hear beautiful music while contemplating the beauty and glory of God. This…

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I Like Mike

Join us April 29 to discover answers to the following questions. Who are we at St. Michael’s? Who are we as Anglicans? Why do we exist, what is our purpose? How are we different from Baptists, Methodists or Roman Catholics? What do we believe as Anglican Christians? Did you know we have withstood the Revolution,…

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