Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Holy City

Fresh Start Ministries, MacDougall Prison

Turkey Under a Bucket:  Robby Hull and Rich Giersch led this mentoring collaboration with other Churches like Christ our King, St Andrew’s Presbyterian, and St Phillips. It was a great time of fellowship and learning how to have fun God’s way. Prayer Team Lunch The Men in Transition (MIT) group that goes into MacDougall corrections for discipleship. We surveyed several employers on which…

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Reflection on Tables of Ten

By Linda Prince What an amazing day of healing for our city! When I woke up today, I envisioned writing something profound. It will have to wait – there is just way too much. It needs time to settle. So, I offer up the Lord’s sense of humor during the day. By noon, the bags and balloons were in the Kinloch room,…

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"For at one time you were darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Walk as children of light" —Ephesians 5:8

Summer Mission Opportunities for Youth

Middle School Youth Local Mission Opportunities Due to the lack of response and timing of our partners in Boston, we will not be traveling there this year. HOWEVER, we will be doing local missions during the summer with Hotdog Ministry and Tri-county food bank and other friends in the area. If your Middle School student…

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St. Albans

Greetings from St. Albans at The Citadel

By Doug Peterson and Nik Holum It is hard to believe that the fall semester is already behind us and that the spring semester is in high gear! As Father Al announced in the fall, St. Michael’s has increased its college ministry presence at The Citadel, specifically coming alongside St. Alban’s, the Anglican ministry already…

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St. Albans at the Citadel

Greetings from St. Albans – The Citadel! It is hard to believe that the fall semester is already behind us and that the spring semester is in high gear! As Father Al announced in the fall, St. Michael’s has increased its college ministry presence at The Citadel, specifically coming along side St. Alban’s, the Anglican ministry already established on campus. Many of…

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Ways to get involved with the St. Alban’s Ministry

Looking forward this spring, there are several ways you can be involved: Make it a habit to pray for a specific cadet Write an encouraging note to a cadet Join us in worship on a Monday night Donate snacks to the St. Alban’s lounge (soft drinks, chips, cookies) Donate snacks for care packages during finals week. What is a care package? A…

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Authentic Partnership with Mother Emanuel Goes Deep

During the trial of Dylan Roof, St. Michael’s Church was fully engaged in four different ways. First, the connection center on Broad Street was turned into a respite center for officers covering the trial. We called it our LEO (Law Enforcement Officer) hospitality room. Second, we hosted lunches nearly everyday for the families of Mother Emanuel. St. Michael’s staff and volunteers came…

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Letter from US Attorney

  January 27, 2017 Dear Reverend Dr. Zadig and Reverend Dr. Booman, As we finish the trial of the Emanuel AME massacre, I thank you for the care you lent to the victims, survivors and family members during the federal trial. e nature of the crime and the deep faith of the victims, survivors and family members meant that the spiritual support…

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