Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

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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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Anglican Leadership Institute

A month to remember     By Peter C. Moore Our Third Anglican Leadership Institute is now history. Sixteen marvelous Anglican leaders have now rejoined their families and resumed their ministries. And what a great group they were. They spanned the full Anglican spectrum:  from the rector of a comfortable downtown parish in a mid-sized Australian…

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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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From The Rev. Rich Giersch

Dear Friends of St Michael’s Church, Let me begin by saying it has been a blessing to be a part of the St. Michael’s Family these past three years. Your friendship, support, and grace has helped my family in so many ways and we are better for our time served with you. My season, however, at St Michael’s has cycled through and…

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Discipleship Task Force Appointed

As we look to the new year of 2017, church-wide discipleship is a huge focus. We define discipleship as that discipline of looking, loving, and living more like Jesus. I have put together a Task Force on Discipleship to help analyze where we are strong and where we need to go deeper. Members of this…

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