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There are an estimated 20 million college students in America of which about 2% are being reached by campus ministries. It is our desire to see that change!

St. Alban’s Chapel at the Citadel

Learn more about this ministry: St. Alban’s Chapel at The Citadel

Anglican Ministry at the College of Charleston

The Rev. Taylor Daniel has been appointed to serve as the Anglican Campus Pastor for the CofC. To join their email list, click here. To give a financial gift to the ministry, click here.

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The Rev. Taylor Daniel

Taylor Daniel Appointed Anglican Campus Minister

As the new school year begins, the ADOSC is launching a new Anglican campus ministry at the College of Charleston! The Rev. Taylor Daniel has been called to plant this ministry, in partnership with the diocese and four downtown Charleston Anglican churches, St. Philip’s, St. Michael’s, St. John’s Chapel, and The Cathedral. “It’s a really exciting time to step out in faith and make our presence known on campus," says Taylor. “All of the data across the country is clear ...
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Ninety Citadel Cadets Attend Fall Retreat

Voices Worth Listening To

Ninety Citadel Cadets Attend Fall Retreat This article was originally shared December 2019. Ninety Citadel cadets were challenged to consider “Voices Worth Listening To” at the St. Alban’s Fall Retreat led by the Rev. Rob Sturdy and his team, October 11 through 13. The teachings covered The Voice of the Father, The Voice of Friends, The Voice of Romantic Interests and Resisting the Voice of the Devil. The Church of the Cross, Bluffton, hosted the gathering providing space for the ...
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A Summer of Harvest

A Summer of Harvest: Director Reflects on the Holy Spirit’s Work this Past Summer

This article was originally shared December 2019. “Look, I tell you, lift up your eyes, and see that the fields are white for harvest.” (John 4:35) These are the words of Jesus to His disciples immediately following His conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well. It is His call for the disciples—and now us—to join Him in laboring for the harvest of God’s kingdom here on earth. This section of scripture is what was at the center of our ...
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