Main Menu

About Us
Audio/Video Library
Our Bishop
Contact Us
Convention Information
Donate Now
Job Openings
Legal Defense Fund
Legal News
Media Room
Ministries & Departments
News & Events
Resources - Clergy
Resources - General
Office of the Treasurer

Diocese Calendar
Monthly View
Monthly View
Flat View
Flat View
Daily View
Daily View
Event: 'Pastoral Crisis Intervention Course' Print
  Church Events
Date: Wednesday, August 04, 2010 At 09:00 AM
Contact Info:
Jean McDowell Director of Development (843) 724-1212

The Pastoral Crisis Intervention (PCI) I and II combined course is being sponsored by the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy and the City of North Charleston.  Co-authored by Chaplain Rob Dewey shortly before the September 11 terrorist attacks, the course addresses how to assist individuals and communities during a time of crisis, and it examines the impact crisis situations have upon people, whether it is a psychological and/or spiritual impact.  Chaplain Rob Dewey and Chaplain Eddie Driggers, Senior and Deputy Senior Chaplains for the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy, will be the instructors.  The course will be held on August 4th, 5th, and 6th from 8am to 4:30pm at the North Charleston City Hall in the Montague Room (2nd Floor).  Registration fee is $75 per person.  Please visit our website at to view the flyer, or contact the CCC office at (843) 724-1212 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to register or learn more.

Search Calendar


Follow us on Facebook
Diocesan Seal and Facebook Logo
Visit Bishop's Blog
Sign up for our e-newsletter.
View past issues of e-newsletter.

Latest News

latest newsGAFCON Primates Communique

The GAFCON Primates Council of the Anglican Communion recently met in London for prayer, fellowship and to help chart the future of global Anglicanism [ ... ]

latest newsWhat it Means: Understanding Judge Goodstein's Ruling

By the Rev. Canon Jim Lewis

This week, we received the ruling from Judge Diane Goodstein in our litigation with The Episcopal Church.  A brief remind [ ... ]

Other Articles