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South of Broad Magazine Block Party

Saturday, September 30, 2017 3:00 – 6:00 pm Location:  South Battery between Limehouse and Lenwood Street What:  Good old fashion block party for South of Broad Residents, their friends and family… feel free to bring pets Why:  To Celebrate South of Broad magazine and the community it brings to our neighbors as well as raising money for the Charleston Animal Society They…

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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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Operation Christmas Child – September Shoebox Handout

Thank you, St. Michaels! Our goal last year was 500 shoeboxes and we collected 525! Can we send more this year?? We need EVERYONE collecting items. Have you asked others to join you in filling shoeboxes? We hope that you have been taking advantage of the back to school sales during August. Now you can…

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Men’s Conference February 24-26

Join us at Camp St. Christopher in February for a refreshing time of encouragement and equipping as we focus on “Reclaiming Biblical Manhood.” Enjoy fellowship with men from all over in a beachfront environment. This has become a favorite conference for fathers and sons throughout the years. All men 13 years and older are welcome…

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Meet Joe Stringer, GIC 2017 Speaker

GIC Opportunity to Meet Joe Stringer 12:00 N First Wednesday Men’s Luncheon at St. Philip’s Church Parish Hall Speaker: Joe Stringer, Author of Ten Commandments for Business Your Workplace: Mission Field About Joe Stringer Joseph Stringer is a Christian author and the Charleston Director for the South Carolina Christian Chamber of Commerce.  The vision of the SC…

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Meet Peter Rothermel, GIC 2017 Visiting Speaker

GIC Opportunities to Meet Peter Rothermel Sunday, January 29, 2017 8:00 am Holy Communion Rite I with Peter Rothermel 9:15 am Tool Time: Heart & Home Mission with Peter Rothermel 12:00 Noon GIC Opening Reception – Family on Mission Together – talk led by Peter Rothermel and Jonathan Ziman Wednesday, February 1, 2017 5:30 pm Worship on Wednesday Healing Service (WOW) Guest Preacher: Peter…

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Bishop Lawrence’s Men’s Summit Extraordinary Message and Participation by Charles W. Waring III

Bishop Mark Lawrence spoke the morning of Sept. 17 at the Diocesan Men’s Summit at St. Paul’s in Summerville. At the start of his three-part teaching, Bishop Lawrence conveyed that he had asked the planning team at St. Paul’s to prepare for about 80 participants but was aware they could handle 250. After the registration began, those numbers grew in biblical proportions…

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