Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Worship

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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Visitor blessed by Palm Sunday service

By David Larson I am from Maryland, and I vacation in Charleston every spring and just yesterday I had a chance to attend your Palm Sunday service. I was absolutely blown away by the elegance and grandeur of it all. That processional with the choir and donkey walking around the church while that magnificent music…

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Advent Gloria & Future Concert Series

By Matthew Wilkinson On Wednesday evening, Dec. 14th, St. Michael’s Music Ministry presented an Advent concert, incorporating Vivaldi’s “Gloria.” The purpose of the concert was to create an event that would facilitate the worship of our Lord by all people from the Greater Charleston area. Our vision is that this concert would be the launch event of a new outreach ministry, known…

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Bach Magnificat Advent Concert

St. Michael’s Music Ministry presents an Advent/Christmas concert. We will sing one of the greatest compositions of J.S. Bach, the Magnificat in D. Members of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra will join with our chorus to participate in this magnificent piece. Tickets will be for a donation at the door or can be pre-ordered online. Register We…

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