Shepherd Me, O God” was the theme of the Anglican Women’s Gathering held at All Saints’, Florence, April 30. Women from 16 different churchesRead more..
For the annual Anglican Women’s Retreat at St. Christopher, October 1-3, 2021, Dana Henry spoke on “Finding Our Identity in Christ,”Read more..
“I can’t be gone for a whole weekend. Who will take the kids to soccer?”
“My husband hates it when I’m gone. It’s not worth the hassle.”
“It’s out of myRead more..
About six years ago a group of women from The Church of the Cross, Bluffton, were led to begin a Women’s Mentoring Ministry.Read more..
More than 160 women from throughout the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina joined with guests from the Diocese of the Carolinas and the Reformed Episcopal Church for the AnnualRead more..
Is it wise to hold a large retreat, in person, during a global pandemic?
Around mid-summer, parishes across the diocese were just tiptoeing out of the lockdown world of virtualRead more..
Simple Method Focuses & Unites Family in Prayer
By Patricia Smith, President, Anglican Women of The Anglican Diocese of South Carolina
Women mentoring women,” is the second half of our AnglicanRead more..
By Janis Breazeale, Saint Matthew’s, Fort Motte, Founding Member of the Ft Motte Ukulele Choir (AKA “The Ukuloonies”)
It all began with a simple prayer, and a longing for GodRead more..
Do your donations to the Diocesan Periodical Club make a difference? Read what one seminarian, Jeffrey Jacobs, a senior at Trinity School for Ministry (who happens to be myRead more..
This article was originally shared December 2019.
The Bible is full of verses urging us to give God praise andRead more..