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Event: 'Women's Gathering' Print
  Church Events
Date: Saturday, October 09, 2010 At 09:00 AM
Contact Info:
Mary Frances Ahl (843) 522-7063 (843) 729-4361

Shining the Light: A Generational ViewShining the Light: A Generational View.

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All women are invited to a special gathering hosted by the Charleston/West Charleston Women of the Diocese of South Carolina (ECW) on October 9, 2010 at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, North Charleston. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.

Come hear how three dynamic women of different ages and stages live out their faith in every day situations. Ann Darlington Edwards was the First Lady of South Carolina from 1975-1979. Martha Horn is a recent graduate of Trinity School for Ministry and candidate for ordination. Shannon Justice serves on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ.

The registration fee, of $10, includes lunch. Mail your check, payable to “St. Thomas ECW,” to Yvonne Duty, 5036 France Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405 by October 1. Please note, with your registration, if you will be needing a nursery. To learn more about this gathering, contact Mary Frances Ahl at (843) 522-7063 or (843) 729-4361.

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