Bishop Sanco K. Rembert Memorial Lecture series launched at Cummins Memorial Theological Seminary, March 23
We are pleased to announce the establishment of the inaugural Bishop Sanco K. Rembert Memorial Lecture at Cummins Memorial Theological Seminary and are greatly honored to welcome as our first lecturer the internationally known New Testament scholar and poet Dr. Bonnie B. Thurston. Learn more.
DOK Spring Retreat, “Come … Refresh At His Feet,” March 24-26
The Daughters of the King invite all women to join them for a time of rest, respite and retreat at the annual DOK Spring Retreat to be held the weekend of March 24-26, 2023, at Camp Christopher Conference Center on Seabrook Island. The theme will be “At His Feet,” and the speaker will be Fiona Richardson, a missionary, gifted teacher, and leader in “Titus Women.” Fiona is originally from England but resides now in Indiana where she also works with “One Mission Society.” She was the speaker at DOK Triennial 2022. Learn more and register.
Water Mission, Walk for Water, March 25
On March 25, the Walk for Water will raise funds and awareness about the millions of women and children worldwide who must walk more than three miles each day for water. The event begins at 9 a.m. at Riverfront Park in North Charleston. Learn more.
Lowcountry Pregnancy Center & DAZZ, Annual Fundraising Banquet, Friday, March 31, 2023
@ Charleston Area Convention Center, North Charleston
This year’s banquet will feature keynote speaker Evie West, author of Revolving Choices: Playing Roulette with Life. Evie is a former gang member turned police officer and a testimony to the power of Jesus Christ to save lives. As a two-time teen mother, Evie was faced with the option to terminate her second pregnancy. Her decision to choose life for her son led to her passion for speaking about abstinence and the sanctity of life. (Individual tickets will not be sold for this event.)Click here to register as a sponsor.
76th Annual Tour of Historic Plantations & Homes – Prince George Winyah Church, March 31 and April 1
Prince George Winyah Church is celebrating its 76th Annual Tour of Historic Plantations & Homes in Georgetown, South Carolina, March 31 & April 1, 2023. The Tours are always popular with decorators, Southern history buffs, gardeners, and visitors to South Carolina’s coast. Learn more.
The Anxious Teen – offered by ALPHA South Carolina, Thursday, April 13,
9 a.m. -11 a.m.
If you are a youth pastor/leader or work with youth in any capacity, don’t miss this free youth workshop. Brock Morgan, nationally known youth pastor, author and speaker is returning to the Lowcountry and will discuss ideas from his new book, “The Anxious Teen”. Click here for details and registration.
Times of Refreshing: Equipping & Empowering for Healing Prayer Ministry – Cathedral Hosting Workshop April 29, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. (lunch provided)firstname.lastname@example.org.This day-long workshop with teaching and hands-on ministry, taught by the Rev. Dr. Russ Parker, is for those who want to learn more about healing prayer ministry, explore or reboot healing prayer in your church or ministry, desire a refresher in praying with others, and those longing to see God move in people’s lives today! Contact the Rev. Dr. Sandi Kerner, Canon for Prayer and Pastoral Care at the Cathedral for more information or to register:
Biblical Theology Workshop with Nancy Guthrie, Church of the Cross, Bluffton, May 12
Do you ever read the Bible and have a sense that there is a deeper meaning or significance that you can’t quite figure out? Or do you sometimes wonder why others are able to draw something out of a passage of Scripture that you didn’t see until they pointed it out? If so, we hope you’ll make plans to come to a Biblical Theology Workshop for Women. Our aim will be to increase our Bible skills so that rather than being bored or intimidated by our Bibles, we’ll become more intrigued by them. We want to grow in confidence that we’re grasping what the Bible communicates to us and grow in love for the Savior it reveals. Learn more.
Men’s Hike – Oconee State Park, May 18-21
This hike will be a King’s Hike format with camp being a short distance from the parking lot and day hikes in the area with daypacks. Suggested donation of $50 / person. We will be meeting a few times, probably virtually, to prepare for the hike. If you are interested in joining the hike, please click here and let us know. Signup by March 31.
Annual Gathering of the Anglican Women – Church of the Resurrection, North Charleston, April 22
The speaker for this year’s gathering will be Van Weston, sister of the Rev. Rich Giersch, who serves at Church of the Resurrection. Van has been in the trenches of full time Church Ministry for over 20 years. Over the years Van has taught at Women’s Retreats, Church Events and Bible Studies. When she teaches, she fully expects to encounter Jesus in the Word of God and to see lives touched and changed by its power. Registration for the event opens on February 20 and closes April 9, 2023. The cost is $25.00.
2nd Annual Southeastern Intentional Grandparenting Conference, April 28-29
This two-day conference is being held April 28-29, 2023, at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Summerville in conjunction with Family Builder’s Ministry. The schedule includes Christ-centered worship, three general sessions and multiple workshops with speakers from around the United States. Learn more.
NAMS Institute Spring Workshops
“Foundations: Building a Durable Church” with The Rev. Canon Ben Sharpe, Cn Missioner for W. Va. & Appalachia, Saturday April 29, 10:00 a.m. – 4 p.m. An introductory workshop for those working to revitalize an existing parish, both lay and clergy, and those considering planting a new one. Location TBA Learn more
“Introduction to Anglican Church Planting” at Hopsewee Plantation, Georgetown County SC, Saturday May 6 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. with Bishop Chip Edgar, The Rev. Canon Todd Simonis and The Rev. Dr. Jon Shuler.This workshop will offer an overview to the call to church planting as part of the normal life of the church and will be an excellent introduction to the subject for lay and clergy leaders. The day will build on the “Foundations” workshop of the week before. Learn more.
Kanuga Renewal Conference, Kanuga, June 25-30
The Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy, Anglican Chaplain to the Corp of Cadets at St. Alban’s Anglican Chapel at the Citadel, Charleston, will be the Keynote speaker for this year’s Renewal Conference at Kanuga, June 25-30. He’ll be speaking on “A Surplus of Love: Living the Fullness of the Christian Life in Relationship with the Trinitarian God.” Learn more.
GrandCamp, June 26-30; Registration Open
Grandparents and their grandchildren, ages 6-12, are invited to attend Grandcamp 2023; a fun-filled overnight camp experience, set amidst the oaks of Epworth By the Sea Conference Center, on beautiful St. Simon’s Island, Georgia. Come and be a part of the 10th anniversary of Grandcamp where grandparents will continue to pass on the legacy of their Christian faith to their grandchildren; making memories for eternity.
Learn more and register.
Cursillo 192, July 13-16
The Cursillo weekend brings together a diverse group of Anglicans to share the richness of many modes of worship and to broaden each one’s appreciation for our Church. Lay people conduct the weekend with two or three members of the clergy functioning as spiritual advisors. Cursillo presumes that those who attend are already well grounded in the faith. It is not intended to be a conversion experience but an enriching and deepening of what is already there. It often provides new insights into our faith as well as fostering ministry among lay people.Interested? Contact your rector or click here to learn more.