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Event: 'St. Matthew's Quiet Day' Print
  Church Events
Date: Saturday, April 09, 2011 At 08:00 AM
Contact Info:
Sue Kilgo, (843) 393-8650

The Rt. Rev. Charles F. DuvallPlease join the ladies of St. Matthew’s Church, Darlington on Saturday, April 9 as they welcome Bishop Charles F. Duvall, retired Bishop of the Central Gulf Coast, for a Lenten Quiet Day. Bishop Duvall is well known in the Diocese of South Carolina as he is a native of Cheraw and served in the parishes of Holy Trinity, Grahamville, The Cross, Bluffton, and St. James’, James Island.  His son, Ted Duvall, served as Rector at St. Bartholomew’s in Hartsville for many years.

Bishop Duvall emphasizes the teaching office of the Bishop and does teaching missions and preaching on congregational, diocesan and national levels. He is a story teller and teller of “The Story”. Tapes of his Bible stories interpreted for the modern ear have been recorded by the Episcopal Media Center, Atlanta, Ga.

Throughout the Quiet Day, Bishop Duvall will be speaking on “Women Responding to Jesus”, including such topics as Women of Jesus’ Time, Mary Magdalene and Today’s Women. A lunch and Eucharist will follow the morning events. To register, please contact Sue Kilgo at 843-393-8650 or email your contact information to the church at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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