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Bishop Lawrence asks St. Michael’s to help re-plant a church

By Alfred T.K. Zadig, Jr. On a late October evening, Bishop Mark Lawrence called me to see if St. Michael’s would be willing to help re-plant a church in North Charleston. He explained that in 2013, St. Thomas Church North Charleston split when the Diocese of South Carolina left the Episcopal Church. Those supporting the…

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Global Impact Celebration

Another amazing Global Impact Celebration!  So many of you to thank, including our own The Rev. Mark Avera. Mark worked around the clock with many of you and it showed throughout the GIC.  There was a simultaneous calm, yet a very strong missional focus over the three Sundays and two weeks in between.  The emphasis…

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Lenten Preaching Series

The Fruit of the Spirit: Living Proof of God Dwelling In Us The fruit of the spirit is the living proof that the Spirit of God dwells within us.  Think about it for a minute.  What is the fruit of the Spirit?  love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, faithfulness and self-control.  Here is the…

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The life of longtime St. Michaelite Margaret Tenney

Some weeks ago, we lost a true saint of St. Michael’s Church. Margaret Tenney was in our choir for many years and is now singing in the heavenly choir! Margaret’s son Charles wrote a wonderful reflection on his mother’s life.  Whether you knew Margaret or not, read her son’s remembrance while pondering, what might be…

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New Heart and Home Partnership

In October of 2016, Bishop Lawrence called me to ask if St. Michael’s Church would consider adopting the existing church plant in North Charleston (Church of the Resurrection).  It was an exciting request!  Since that time, an organic partnership between St. Michael’s Church and Church of the Resurrection has developed, including joint meetings both with…

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Strategy for Youth Ministry by the Rev. Alfred T. K. Zadig, Jr. & Cyndee Cave

In this article you are going to read about a wonderful and compelling vision for youth ministry, a united vision for those between the ages of 0-22.  Cyndee Cave is our director of Children, Youth and Family Ministry and along with her husband Scott and through hours of think tanking with others, presents a thrilling…

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Lenten Prayer Request

Lenten Prayer is simply an opportunity for me to pray personally for you about anything going on in your life and ministry. I will be taking these submissions with me on my annual Lenten retreat and pray up a storm for you! How can I pray for you? Are there things going on in your life you would like me to know…

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St. Michael’s Sanctuary and Cole Farms

2 Corinthians 9:13 Because of the ministry you have provided, others will Praise God for the obedience that accompanies your profession of the Gospel of Christ, and for your generosity in sharing with them and with everyone else. When you walk into St. Michael’s Church during Advent, it increasingly takes your breath away. The flower…

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