Anglican Women

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The purpose of this organization is to help make Biblical Anglicans for a Global Age by offering Annual Gatherings, Retreats and other events which will deepen and strengthen the spiritual lives of women, encouraging them to mentor, and be mentored.


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Van Weston Teaches about God as Caring, Loving Father and Redeemer

The Annual Gathering of the Anglican Women of the Diocese was held Saturday, April 22, at the Church of the Resurrection, North Charleston. Planned by Diocesan Women's president, Sunny Walker, and other board members, including Janet Stoda, Brenda Rindge, Tracy Sutpin, Dab Dent, Cathy Jacobs, and Nell Stone, with meals provided by members of Church of the Resurrection, the event was a day of encouragement, fellowship, learning, and refreshment. Sisters in Christ started the day with fellowship and joyous worship ...
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Annual Gathering of Anglican Women Held in Florence

Sherry Schuman Teaches on Psalm 23 Shepherd Me, O God” was the theme of the Anglican Women’s Gathering held at All Saints’, Florence, April 30. Women from 16 different churches joined in the event which, in addition to time for teaching, offered opportunities for worship, small group fellowship, and workshops. Sherry Schumann, Executive Director of Christian Grandparenting Network and a charter member of the Legacy Coalition, was the keynote speaker. Interspersing stories from her own life with lessons gleaned from ...
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Making Time for God

Women Gather at St. Christopher for Annual Fall Retreat For the annual Anglican Women’s Retreat at St. Christopher, October 1-3, 2021, Dana Henry spoke on “Finding Our Identity in Christ,” using Isaiah 43:1 as her text: “But now, this is what the Lord says, ‘he who created you, Jacob, he who formed you, Israel: Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine.’” Henry’s thought-provoking topic sparked a lot of discussion among ...
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Four Reasons Why We Need Women’s Retreats

“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 my comfort zone and a little scary.” We have a hundred reasons why we shouldn’t go to the women’s retreat. Some years the voices win out, and we stay home. Later, when we hear the glowing reports from others about how wonderful it was, we feel a pang of regret, ...
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Real Relationships; Serious Study

Women’s Crossroads Bible Studies Born in Bluffton About six years ago a group of women from The Church of the Cross, Bluffton, were led to begin a Women’s Mentoring Ministry. We wanted to help women establish real relationships, beyond, “Hi, how are you?” “I’m fine,” and “I like your earrings.” We developed a core group, put together guidelines and provided education for leaders. Then we had a kickoff meeting, invited the women of the parish…and very little happened. That effort ...
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