Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Hal Frampton

I am blessed to have grown up at St. Michael’s and to continue worshiping there today. Growing up, I attended Sunday School, acolyted, sung in the children’s choir, participated in EYC, and went on a mission trip to Honduras after my senior year in high school. Since moving back to Charleston in 2008, I have served as Alpha coordinator and on the Alpha team, as director of the 6:00 p.m. service teams, and on a discernment committee for an individual heading to seminary. I am a member of a life group that began during the Alpha course in the Spring of 2009, and I have participated in Beta, the parenting course, and an Alpha leadership conference in Texas. Perhaps my most rewarding involvement to date has been helping to start the new 9:30 a.m. Chapel Service, which has taken off more than we ever could have imagined. I have served on the Vestry since 2015, when I was asked to fill an unexpired term, and I have been Secretary of the Vestry since 2016.

I practice employment law and general litigation at the McNair Law Firm downtown. Most importantly, my wife, Ashley, and I will celebrate our 11th wedding anniversary in June, and we have three children (Ellis, 4, Fletcher, 3, and Mary, 1).