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Posts by Vicki Vazquez

Christmas Caroling & All Parish Potluck Dinner

Wednesday, December 20 5:30 pm Canterbury House Christmas Caroling 7:00 pm Christmas Caroling and All-Parish Potluck Dinner We will go Christmas caroling to the Canterbury House at 5:30 pm and meet back in the Kinloch Room at 7:00 pm to sing Christmas carols with one another and share our favorite Christmas foods. Bring a dish to share and bring the whole family…

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Prayer Vigil for the Mediation

Pray for mediation on December 4 & 5 – that God would be in the judge’s heart and mind; that the Lord would disseminate His wisdom to all who are involved and for everyone to speak in love. Pray for us to see the hand of God at work. May His will be done. Sign up to pray Spread the Word…

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What is a Holy City Connects? – A Message from the Rector

Dear St. Michaelites: Recently using the prophet Nehemiah, I preached on the importance of building the ministry as Nehemiah built his wall with sword and trowel. We continue to build the discipleship ministry of St. Michael’s Church in three ways: First through Alpha which transforms hearts through the foundations of faith. Second through Life Groups which transforms hearts through community and discipleship.…

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Fall 2017 Preaching and Teaching Series “Come to the Table”

Charleston has been described as a place for “foodies.” Foodies are those who don’t just love food, they love the “creative” creation of food as well as its consumption. I believe that Jesus too was a foodie. In fact its been said that throughout the life of Jesus, he was either coming from a meal or going to one. We break bread…

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Irma Prayer

Dear Saints, Please pray for Hurricane Irma. The apostle James reminds us that “Elijah was a man with a nature like ours, and he prayed fervently that it might not rain, and for three years and six months it did not rain on the earth. Then he prayed again, and heaven gave rain, and the earth bore its fruit.” Nearly a year ago, when…

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