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Sunday School for all ages

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.    ~ Matthew 19:14 Sunday School runs every Sunday from 10:15 am  – 11:15 am, starting the first week in September through first week in May. It is located in various rooms throughout the Belser Building,…

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Sunday School for Adults – Tool Time: Track 1 – Revealing Revelation

What’s God up to in our day?  Join us for a special Tool Time series based on the book of Revelation.  In it, God peels back the heavenly curtains and we see His angelic workings in the church and the spiritual battle that began with the fall of satan and rages to this day all around us, but out of physical sight.…

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Family of Friends

(45 + singles) If you are currently living alone and are 45 years old or more, the Family of Friends is a ministry group worth much consideration!  With “change” an ever present part of our society and personal lives, the Family of Friends offers support, encouragement, and growing friendships. Whether you’ve recently moved here, lost…

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Sunday School for Adults Tool Time Track 3 – Revelation

The Rev. Randy Shirley and the Rev. Mark Avera lead a great discussion on the book of Revelation. We’ll open with a look into a comparison of Christian millennial teachings: -Post-tribulational Premillennialism -Pre-tribulational (dispensational) Premillennialism -Postmillennialism -Amillennialism Spread the Word…

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Theology Uncorked

Come join our Saint Michaelites after our Sunday evening service at the Blind Tiger Pub, 36-38 Broad Street. The Blind Tiger is just a short walk from our church where you will find clergy and parishioners discussing Sunday evening’s sermon. Theology uncorked is our opportunity to address current topics in religion, theology and challenges within our faith journeys. Join Reverends Mark Avera…

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Men’s Bible Study

Leader: Joe Nicholson Meets in the Connection Center with a nice view of Broad Street. Bring your own lunch and Bible!    Contact Spread the Word…

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Children’s Choir

Rehearsals: Wednesdays Every Wednesday in the Fall & Spring ~ Meets in the Choir Room, third floor of the Belser Building 3:45 pm Angel Voices – K4 & K5 4:25 pm Music Makers – 1st – 3rd grade Participates in various services. Spread the Word…

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Men’s Bible Study

Wing Man by Frank Correa Do you feel like you are facing major challenges alone? Too many men are trying to live the Lone Ranger life and are failing. The entertainment industry gives us a steady diet of action heroes who win every battle alone. That is not real life. We can’t live up to…

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Young Mom’s Bible Study

Led by Corrine Elrod and Joy Avera Nursery Provided Study: Tim Keller’s Book – King’s Cross – A Story of the World of the Life of Jesus Contact   Spread the Word…

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High School Student Ministry on Wednesdays

Come get to know our new Director of Student Ministries, Edwin Smythe, and become equipped in your identity as a child of God! There will be snacks, games and a powerful lesson that could transform your life! Feel like learning about Jesus in a relaxed environment with other high school students? Contact Edwin Smythe Spread the Word…

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Women’s Support Group

Life Recovery Group St Michael’s Church is starting an intimate support group for women only to share their lives and issues in a Christian setting with anonymity and confidentiality. This is a safe and accepting atmosphere, which encourages transparency, and provides tools to help you maneuver through life’s complexities.  All women are welcome. We look forward to seeing you. Contact: Charlene Kenworthy…

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Operation Christmas Child Packing Center Trip

  Love children? Want to share your love for Jesus with a kid in Indonesia, Chile or Zambia? You can do it by serving as a volunteer at the Operation Christmas Child processing center in Charlotte on December 1 and/or 2. By “working” a shift, you’ll have a window into Samaritan’s Purse’s work through Operation Christmas…

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Women’s Advent Coffee & Cookie Exchange

Register Optional: Bring a tin or Tupperware of your favorite cookies (a minimum of 2 dozen) to participate in a fun exchange! Plates will be provided for displaying, allowing you to fill your tins with an assortment of cookies to take home! Poinsettias for sale $10, donations accepted Childcare Available from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Spread the Word…

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Advent Wreath Workshop

For All Ages Join us in Room 204 to learn more about Advent, have fellowship and fun, and make an Advent wreath for your own home (and help someone else make one for theirs). Everyone is encouraged to join in this festive event, but reservations are needed so that we don’t run out of materials. We…

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Theological Forum: Christ’s Second Coming and Advent: Seeing Christ’s Return through the Lens of Advent

7:00 pm Festive hors d’oeuvres (Kinloch Room)  7:30 pm Theological Forum: Christ’s Second Coming and Advent: Seeing Christ’s Return through the Lens of Advent  (Kinloch Room)  A theological forum of three priests coming from three different Christian ideologies to present their thoughts, dialogue with one another and accept questions from the audience, concerning Christ’s second coming and the meaning of Advent. Our…

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Bach Magnificat Advent Concert

St. Michael’s Music Ministry will present 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 at St. Michael’s church website. We would like…

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Christmas Caroling and Dinner

Wednesday, December 20 5:30 pm Canterbury House Christmas Caroling 7:00 pm Christmas Caroling and All-Parish Potluck Dinner We will go Christmas caroling to the Canterbury House at 5:30 pm and meet back in the Kinloch Room at 7:00 pm to sing Christmas carols with one another and share our favorite Christmas foods. Bring a dish to share and bring the whole family…

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