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Churches in Transition: Be Patient; An Interview with Bishop Lawrence
Do you have any advice for churches beginning the process of searching for a new rector or vicar?
The search process is always an interesting combination of prayerfully seeking the guidance of the Holy Spirit as well as the best of our human reason, reflection and research. Those two dimensions are distinct but compatible and certainly not mutually exclusive.
Remember you’re seeking God’s candidate.
People on the search committee aren’t there to represent a certain constituency. If they attend an 8 o’clock service or the contemporary service they bring that perspective and thought in terms of the process, but they’re not there to find the person that group would want. They’re there to find the person God has in mind.
Anglican Leadership Institute Announces September Speaking Events
Anglican Leadership Institute Presents
Diocesan Men's Summit in September
Men: Join Bishop Mark Lawrence for a Diocesan Men’s Summit, Saturday, September 17, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s Church, 316 West Carolina Avenue, Summerville.
It’s been said that the journey from the head to the heart is the longest, most difficult journey you will ever encounter. It’s also the most important one you will ever make. Join Mark Lawrence, Bishop of the Diocese of South Carolina, for a diocesan men’s summit examining what God has say about this journey and the direction of our lives.
All men (teenagers and up) are invited to participate.
Need more Information: Contact Jay Crouse, Coordinator for Men's Ministry at 941.320.0271 or Richard Moore, 2017 Christian Men's Conference Coordinator at 843.693.7003.
Bring your Bible: It’s your entrance ticket.
Church to Close for the Summer - Not!
It’s been fun. I’ve really enjoyed being with you.
Thank you for your faithful attendance over the last nine months but summer’s here, and as you know, we close down the church for the months of June, July and August. We’ll see you in September...
Of course I’m kidding, but I’m kidding to make a point. The point is this: Summer is here, and so are we!
Let’s say you’ve got a big day planned next Sunday. Rather than miss a Sunday, why not try a different service? Have you worshiped at 8:00 a.m. lately? If it's been awhile, or you’ve never tried our earliest service, do check us out. There’s a joy there and a welcoming friendliness that will make you want to come back again and again. And you can be on your way to the lake or the beach or on the links before 9:00!
An Evening of Prayer and Remembrance
1Charleston Prayer Gathering at the CathedralThursday, June 16 at 6:30pm
Our friends at 1Charleston have organized a city-wide evening of prayer, worship, and conversation on Thursday, June 16 at 6:30pm.We hope you will join us for this night as we seek our Heavenly Father’s face and ask the Spirit to give comfort and hope to those who grieve and to empower a supernatural movement of unity and reconciliation in our City. The gathering will begin in the Cathedral, and then afterwards we will move into the parish hall to have a family-style snack supper and opportunity for conversation together with our neighbors from all different places, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Parents: Looking for childcare? CRU has volunteered to assist with nursery care during this event!
Please be aware that we have very limited parking for this event. Consult the parking map to be aware of the other available parking lots near our building. Thank you!
Daffodil Garden Planted in Honor of the Rev. Bob H...
Fr. Bob Horowitz was surprised by the St. Jude's Church family by the planting of a daffodil garden in his honor after services on December 11
Echols Appointed Adjunct Professor of Old Testamen...
Cummins Theological Seminary in Summerville is pleased to announce the appointment of the Rev. Dr. Charles L. Echols as a new Adjunct Professor of Old [ ... ]latest news+ Full Story