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Events under 'Lesser/Church Events'
Thursday, January 18, 2018

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Epiphany Concert Series

St. John's Episcopal Church in Florence will be holding an Epiphany Concert Series beginning January 16 and running through February 27. All concerts begin at 6:00 p.m. are free and open to the public. Additional information may be found here: in the parish hall. Concerts are free but donations are appreciated. Information & a downloadable brochure are available at

Jan. 16 - Caceanova/Finehouse Duo (violin & piano)
Jan. 23 - St. Mary's Chorale
Jan. 30 - Paolo Gualdi, piano
Feb. 13 - The Carolina Trombone Collective
Feb. 20 - Alexander Elliott, baritone
Feb. 27 - Ludlamshohle (guitar & piano duo)

Contact Info:
(843) 662-5585

Sunday, February 20, 2011 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Communicators' Gathering

Communicators throughout the Diocese will gather on Wednesday, February 23 from noon until 2 p.m. at St. James, James Island. The cost of $5 will cover the luncheon. RSVP to Vick Vazquez, below.

Communicating on Sunday

Topic: Sunday Bulletin & Communication Pieces

This includes the worship bulletin and the piece that communicates Sunday’s events, the week ahead events, and future events. Please bring 20 copies of what your ushers pass out to each parishioner as they walk in the door. We want to focus on the specific communication tool that people hold in their hand for that whole hour to an hour and a half during the service. In small groups we will compare and contrast and hopefully help out those who are struggling to be effective. I encourage those that do not need this workshop to come anyway in order to help others who need inspiration. I know I am always looking for a better way of communicating.

Lunch will be served. $5.00.

RSVP to Vicki Vazquez at
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Jesus Weekend

St. Christopher

Additional information to come.
Friday, February 25, 2011 9:00 am - Sunday, February 27, 2011 9:00 am
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Epiphany Concert Series

St. John's Episcopal Church in Florence will be holding an Epiphany Concert Series beginning January 16 and running through February 27. All concerts begin at 6:00 p.m. are free and open to the public. Additional information may be found here: in the parish hall. Concerts are free but donations are appreciated. Information & a downloadable brochure are available at

Jan. 16 - Caceanova/Finehouse Duo (violin & piano)
Jan. 23 - St. Mary's Chorale
Jan. 30 - Paolo Gualdi, piano
Feb. 13 - The Carolina Trombone Collective
Feb. 20 - Alexander Elliott, baritone
Feb. 27 - Ludlamshohle (guitar & piano duo)

Contact Info:
(843) 662-5585

Sunday, February 27, 2011 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Kairos Weekend at Lieber

The next Kairos Prison Ministry Weekend at Lieber Correctional Institution in Ridgeville, SC begins March 3. Please keep the team and participants in your prayers. Learn more about Kairos.
5,000 dozen cookies are needed for this weekend. Learn how to participate in the cookie ministry. Get cookie recipes.
Thursday, March 03, 2011 8:00 am - Saturday, March 05, 2011 9:00 am
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Jubilate Deo Deadline

Thank you for your interest in the Jubilate Deo, the newspaper of the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina. Due to budget constraints we have recently reduced the number of copies printed per year from six to four to three. The paper is mailed to over 15,000 households. As an arm of the Diocese its content reflects the vision, mission and work of the Diocese. Articles should inspire, teach, educate or inform. News should be of interest to a large number of readers and be tied, in a clear way, to the Diocese.

2011 Submission Deadlines

Spring/Summer Issue (April/May/June/July), March 4, 2011
Fall Issue (August/September/October/November), July 1, 2011
Winter Issue (December/January/February/March) November 4, 2011

Submitting Articles
We encourage brevity. Notices about upcoming events should be between 200-300 words. Feature articles should be no more than 1,000 words. Other than using paragraphs and subheads, do not format articles, by adding unusual fonts, additional columns, boxes or clip art.

Because we receive so many submissions, we are not able to publish every article. We reserve the right to edit for length and to make the article appropriate for a wide audience.

Naming Articles and Photographs
Please name your articles and photographs with either the name of your church or ministry, and some descriptive feature in the article. For example, "dok_fall_assembly.doc" or "grace_charleston_guest_speaker.doc" Please don't name your article, "jubilate_deo_article.doc." We get lots of photographs named, "img.jpg." Please tell us who the photo is coming from and what it's of, if possible: "st_james_picnic_0001.jpg." Also, if you are sending photographs, include the photographer's name (if known) as well as an appropriate caption at the end of your article. Do not include this information in the body of your email, include it in the body of your article submitted as a Word document. 

Articles are to be submitted (preferably by e-mail as Microsoft Word documents) to both the editor, Joy Hunter at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and the assistant editor: the Rev. Canon Dr. Kendall S. Harmon at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

On page one of each (Microsoft Word document) submission, include a:
Contact Name:
Author of Submission and Author’s Title, if pertinent:
Name of Church Author attends:
Author's Daytime Telephone Number:
E-mail Address:

Submitting Photographs
Be creative with photographs. All photographs must be submitted in color at high resolution as either JPEGs or TIFFs, (300 dpi at the size the photo will be printed). Please include, at the end of your article (as part of the word document) a descriptive caption, including the full names of those pictured (if under ten people) and the name of the photographer.

If you have a number of photos and aren’t sure which to send, upload them to a free web album site, such as Picasa, ( and send us the link. We’re happy to make the selection. If you mail photographs, and would like them returned, include your name, return address and phone number on the back of any photos you submit.

If you have any questions, please contact the Editor, Joy Hunter.

Contact Information:
• Joy Hunter, Editor, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , (843) 696-1757
109 Arbor Road, Summerville, SC 29485
• The Rev. Canon Dr. Kendall S. Harmon, Assistant Editor, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ,
(843) 821-7254 P.O. Box 2810, Summerville, SC 29484-2810

Friday, March 04, 2011 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Every 4 Months until November 04, 2012

University Singers at Trinity

Trinity Episcopal Church in Myrtle Beach will host a concert by the University Singers from Ohio Northern University on Friday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m.  The concert is free and open to the public. 

The 48-voice select choir is under the direction of Dennis L. Kratzer, Director of Choral Activities and Professor of Music. Ohio Northern University is one of the five Methodist related college/universities in the state of Ohio.  Mark Chaney, Trinity’s Director of Music, is an Ohio Northern alumnus. 

This concert is a part of the choir’s annual spring tour in churches and high schools in Ohio, Tennessee, Florida, South Carolina and Georgia. Previous concert tours have included performances in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, St. Louis, and Los Angeles.  Four years ago the spring tour took the choir overseas to Estonia, and a tour to England, Scotland and Wales is being planned for the winter of 2012.

The spring tour will feature faculty accompanist Mary Jane Eichelberger on organ. Piano accompanist is Adam Fahncke, senior music major from Wapakoneta, OH and Maggie Sant, sophomore pharmacy and music major, will be featured on French Horn.  Associate Conductor is Timothy Smith, senior music education major from Westerville, OH. Brianna Bizzaro, junior music education major from Port Allegany, PA and Eric Smith, senior music performance major from Toledo, OH serve as Assistant Conductors.

Selections to be performed include Basler’s “Songs of Faith,” “Sleep” by Eric Whitacre, “You are the Music” by Forrest, Benjamin Britten’s lively “Jubilate in C,” “The Lord Is My Light” by Ferguson, Z. Randall Stroope’s evocative “Lamentations of Jeremiah,” and Mendelssohn’s great “Verleih uns Frieden.”  The concert will close with spiritual selections including arrangements of “Give Me Jesus,” “City Called Heaven,” and “John the Revelator.”  As a long-standing tradition, the final selection will be John Ness Beck’s “Benediction” which features the seniors of the choir.

Trinity Episcopal Church is located at 3000 N Kings Hwy, and the concert is free and open to the public.  For further information, please contact Mark Chaney at (843) 448-8426.

Friday, March 04, 2011 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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The Future And Your Church

The Future of Your ChurchWhy are churches declining? What makes a church grow? What can be done to not only “stem the tide” but turn it around, transforming a declining parish into a vibrant, alive and growing one? Bishop Lawrence invites all clergy, vestry members and parish leaders to a day-long workshop sponsored by the Congregational Development Committee, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 5 at St. David’s in Cheraw. Beginning with “reality-therapy” and what’s happening in the church today, the workshop, led by clergy and diocesan staff, will also focus on examining vision, changing your church’s DNA, looking at stewardship and mobilization. The workshop is free. Lunch will be provided. Call (843) 537-3832 to register.  St. David's is at 420 Market Street, Cheraw, SC.

Download a bulletin insert in color, or in black and white.
Saturday, March 05, 2011 8:00 am - 9:00 am
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Safeguarding God's Children

Old St. Andrew’s will be hosting a Safeguarding God’s Children workshop on Saturday, March 5 from 9 a.m. -12:30 p.m.   Those interested in attending in order to fulfill the Diocesan requirement that those working with children and youth be trained, may contact Lisa Dubay at (843) 766-1541 or
Saturday, March 05, 2011 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Voices of Deliverance, St. Andrew's, Charleston

St. Andrew's, Charleston, located at 2257 Ashley River Road is presenting a gospel concert featuring the "Voices of Deliverance," and a guest group on Sunday, March 6 at 5 p.m. The tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for children ages 5-12. Children under 5 are free. Come and enjoy an evening of soul-stirring Gospel singing. To learn more contact Betty J. Graham at (843) 556-6627 or call the church office at (843) 763-8772
Sunday, March 06, 2011 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Beginning Experience

On the weekend of Friday, March 18th through Sunday, March 20th   a very special workshop for people who are divorced, widowed or separated will be offered in the South Carolina. Known as the BEGINNING EXPERIENCE, it is an International program, unique in the fields of peer ministry and ministry to the single-again. Its well-structured programs are both psychologically and spiritually sound, having been designed and developed by respected Christian professionals in the fields of ministry, grief psychology, education and organizational process.

While relatively new to the State of South Carolina, since its inception in Texas in 1974, Beginning Experience has spread to 35 states and 8 foreign countries. The first Beginning Experience Weekend in South Carolina was held in October of 2001. This coming Weekend will be the 23rd to be offered across the State at several different venues.. It is open to people of all ages and denominations who struggle under the trauma of having lost a loving relationship and desire to take back control of their life.

Beginning Experience provides the safe space; the support and the tools to heal, to grow, and to turn one’s greatest devastation into opportunity. It is a place to find understanding and compassion from trained, caring people who can truly share the long walk back to wholeness. It is not a sensitivity group or a professional counseling session. It is not intended to provide therapy or to replace the need for it. It is non-confrontational and invitational.

The Weekend Program is designed to help people who are widowed, separated or divorced make a new beginning in life. It provides an atmosphere of support and acceptance where people can come together to re-evaluate themselves and their lives, and move on to the future with renewed hope.

If this sounds like a Weekend that you or someone you know would benefit from call 1-843-814-8408 TODAY, while there is still space available for the Spring Weekend. Cost for the entire weekend is only $235.00 which includes all meals, comfortable accommodations and all workshop materials. This next Weekend is being held at The Oratory Conference Center, just East of Interstate 77 Rock Hill, SC. For additional information, or to request an application call us TODAY.   Reservations for the Spring Weekend will close on Monday, March 14th or when the limited number of slots are filled. The next Weekend after this will be our Fall Weekend, which is scheduled for September / October (30th  –  2nd) on Seabrook Island near Charleston.   

Friday, March 18, 2011 8:00 am - Sunday, March 20, 2011 9:00 am
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DOK Spring Retreat

Diocese of SC DOK Spring Retreat

Theme: Loving God, Loving Our Neighbors, Loving Ourselves

Camp St. Christopher, March 18 – 20

Speaker: The Rev. Arthur Jenkins, St. James, James Island

Registration deadline is Feb. 25, 2011.

Registration forms for Senior and Junior Daughters are attached


Friday, March 18, 2011 8:00 am - Sunday, March 20, 2011 9:00 am
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Citadel Corps Day

St. Alban's Chapel will be hosting a reception during the Citadel's Corps Day, Friday, March 18 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on the 3rd floor of Mark Clark Hall. Greet several past chaplains of St. Alban’s, including Bishop William Skilton and the Rev. Ladson “Punchy” Mills, III. Meet our current chaplain, the Rev. Greg Smith, and hear exciting news from current cadet vestry members.

RSVP by calling (843) 608-8833 or emailing Greg Smith.

Friday, March 18, 2011 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Water Missions Walk for Water

2011 Charleston Walk for Water Church Participation Guide
ATTENTION: Youth Ministers, Small Group leaders, Missions and Outreach Committees
What is the Walk for Water?

Join us for a fun, educational walk inspired by the experience of women and children who are responsible for fetching water for their families. After the walk, enjoy family-friendly activities, live entertainment, and refreshments in the park.

When and where is the Walk?

Saturday, March 19, 2011
Check-in at 9am, Walk at 10am
Cannon Park – 129 Rutledge Avenue, Downtown Charleston (Corner of Rutledge Avenue and Calhoun Street)

Why do we Walk for Water?

Every day, some one billion people go without safe, clean drinking water. More than 2.6 billion people lack access to sanitation. Because they lack these vital resources, communities often plummet into a cycle of poverty that prevents them from attaining a better standard of living. Join us as we walk to raise awareness of the global water crisis and help quench the physical and spiritual thirst of our brothers and sisters around the world!

How can I participate?

Participate in the Walk for Water as an individual, or by forming or joining a team to walk in the event. Teams generally include 10-20 walkers, and can be recruited from youth and adult Sunday school classes, small groups, youth groups, or other mission and outreach groups within your church. We encourage each walker to set a personal fundraising goal of $100 or more, which can be done easily and securely using our online tools.

Walk for Water Bulletin Insert:

Water Missions International presents the Walk for Water at Cannon Park on March 19th at 10:00 am. This 3.5-mile walk is inspired by women and children who fetch water for their families on a daily basis.  We encourage walkers to form teams and raise support to bring these families clean water. 
Visit for additional information.

Register online at or by calling 843-769-7395.

For more information and details, please contact:

Jenny Waller, Development Assistant  
Phone: 843-769-7395     

Andy Fairey, Walk for Water Event Chair 
Phone: (843)670-9952

Saturday, March 19, 2011 8:00 am - 9:00 am
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Inspirational Author; Citadel

David Thomas, author of Remember Why You Play will be speaking to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at the McCalister Field House at the Citadel at 8 p.m., Monday, March 21. This event will be open to the public.

Read about Remember Why You Play.
Monday, March 21, 2011 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Concert at St. Helena's

The Charleston Symphony Chamber Music Orchestra will present an evening of Schubert music on Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 7:00 pm at St. Helena's - in the church. Eight musicians will play music of Schubert while images of Schubert are displayed on a screen. The concert will last approximately 75 minutes, so it will not be a late night for young people. I highly recommend this concert to all adults and young people. Tickets for this event will be only $15, a real bargain. Advance sales tickets can be obtained with a credit card by calling Cindy Branch, Charleston Symphony Orchestra, at 843-723-7528, ext.110. Cindy is available Monday through Friday from 10 am through 4 pm.  The CSO hopes to bring chamber music to Beaufort, specifically to St. Helena's, from time to time. They love the acoustics in this beautiful and historic church! If you love Chamber Music, please mark your calendars to be present on March 22.
Tuesday, March 22, 2011 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Epic PosterIt’s an interactive journey. Centered on Bible teaching, creative worship, contemplation, and celebration and it’s designed to stir your soul and renew your mind. Each spring a group of students retreat for worship, for teaching and for plenty of time alone with God!

St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center
Ninth – Twelfth Grade Students

Download a poster.

Registration for Epic is handled through individual churches. If your church does not have an active youth ministry, but you know students who would like to attend, contact Dave Wright, or call the Diocesan office at (843) 722-4075.
Friday, March 25, 2011 8:00 am - Sunday, March 27, 2011 9:00 am
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64th Annual Plantation Tours

64th Annual Plantation Tours
March 25 and 26, 2011
Sponsored by the Episcopal Church Women
Prince George, Winyah, Parish
Georgetown, SC

Georgetown, South Carolina, founded in 1729, is located in the heart of an area which was once the epitome of genteel southern society prior to the Civil War. The indigo and rice planters of the 18th and 19th centuries rose to a level of wealth that at one time made Georgetown County the wealthiest county in the entire United States.

Dozens of elegant plantation homes and gardens left by these elite gentlemen surround the town along our five rivers, and many of the homes built by them along the city streets remain beautifully appointed. Old slave cabins can still be seen on several of the properties. Even the elegant furnishings often have a tale to tell, whether brought over the Atlantic on a colonial crossing or bundled to the piedmont for refuge during the Civil War. The antebellum plantation culture also produced a rich heritage among the slaves known as Gullah.   Many elements of Gullah are still with us today.

Every spring, the Women of Prince George, Winyah, Episcopal Church, host a Plantation and Town Home Tour. The dates of the 2011 event are Friday, March 25 and Saturday, March 26. Our visitors are able to go inside most of these elegant dwellings and take a step back in time. The Tour begins at the Church Parish Hall, where visitors pick up maps, brochures and bag lunches. Beautiful artwork from the Georgetown Watercolor Society, homemade treats and our national award winning Plantation Tours and Tastes cookbooks are all available for purchase, as well as publications from the Georgetown Historical Society. At day’s end, visitors are invited to the very popular Tea, hosted by the ladies of Prince George Winyah at the historic Winyah Indigo Society Hall.

Tickets are available by mail, in advance. Single-day tickets are $35 each and two-day tickets are $60. Advance ticket sales are underway from January 31, 2011 until March 11, 2011, A limited number of tickets are available at the door on both tour days. The complete list of plantations and homes sites that are featured on tour, and advance ticket and lunch requests, may be found on Prince George Winyah, Parish’s website at For more information please call Mrs. Lisa Collins at (843) 545-8291. Forms and requests for tickets may be mailed to Mrs. Lee B. Jones,  PO Box 1307, Georgetown,  South Carolina, 29442


Friday, March 25, 2011 8:00 am - Saturday, March 26, 2011 9:00 am
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Bishop Hill Leads Revival

Rocker to Revivalist:
“What Happens When You Get It?!”

Church of the Redeemer, Orangeburg, SC
Friday, April 1st - Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

World-renowned Anglican preacher and teacher, The Rt. Rev. Mike Hill, Bishop of the Diocese of Bristol, England, will be the key-note speaker at this gathering for revival and renewal in Orangeburg. All events are open to the public, though reservations are requested for a pot-luck supper on Friday, and breakfast and lunch on Saturday; required for a subscription dinner on Saturday evening.

Friday, April 1st
(at the Church of the Redeemer) 6:00 pm Pot-luck Supper - Parish Hall
7:00 pm Evening Prayer and Preaching - Bishop Hill “What happens when you get it?”

Saturday, April 2nd
(at the Church of the Redeemer)
8:30 am Breakfast with the Ladies
9:00 am Morning with Bishop Hill (for women only) “Martha, Mary and Jesus”

12:30 pm (at Mid Carolina Gun Club at 1465 Kennerly Rd., Orangeburg) Lunch with the Guys
1:00 pm Afternoon with Bishop Hill (for men only)
“Preaching, Teaching, and Shooting Clay-pigeons for Jesus” (bring your shotgun and shells!)

6:30 pm Subscription Dinner and Address at the Orangeburg County Club with Bishop Hill speaking: “Are you getting it?”

Sunday, April 3rd
(at the Church of the Redeemer)
8:00 am Worship: Bishop Hill preaches - “Have you gotten it?”
9:00 am Full Breakfast
9:30 am Teaching with Bishop Hill
10:30 am Worship: Bishop Hill preaches

Please call the church office for all reservations, information and directions.

The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
1606 Russell Street
Orangeburg, South Carolina

A Brief Bio of the Rt Revd Mike Hill

Bishop Hill has been the Bishop of Bristol since 2003. He was born in 1949 and brought up in Manchester and the north-west of England. After a short career in the business world, he trained for Ordination at Ridley Hall and Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.  He became a Christian at the age of 18 and was ordained when he was 28.  He is married Anthea and they have five adult children and two grandchildren.  He loves sport and music: he is a lifelong fan of Manchester United and a keen guitarist.

 Before becoming the Bishop of Bristol, Bishop Mike served in parish ministry for 14 years before becoming an Archdeacon and then Area Bishop in the Diocese of Oxford.  He has a passion for mission and leadership in the Church and is known around the world for his teaching ministry.  His wider responsibilities in the Church of England include being the Chair of the World Mission and Anglican Communion Panel.  During the summer of 2009, Bishop Mike became a member of The House of Lords.

Friday, April 01, 2011 6:00 pm - Sunday, April 03, 2011 7:00 pm
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Pastoral Care Symposium

Roper St. Francis Pastoral Care Symposium, April 8
Caring for the Care Giver - Self-Care for Clergy and Pastoral Care Givers

The Rev. Chris Webb, President of Renovaré US, will lead this symposium, Friday, April 8 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.  at Saint Francis Hospital, Charleston. Chris received his theological training from Trinity College in Bristol, England, and has served as an Anglican Vicar in various churches in Wales. He now lives with wife Sally and their four children in Colorado. Drawing from the example of Jesus Christ and the historical Church, Renovaré encourages people to develop renewed, sustainable, and enriched spiritual lives. To register call 843-402-CARE. The cost is $10 and includes lunch.

Friday, April 08, 2011 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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