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Lenten Events Around the Diocese

The moon and cross, photo Joy Hunter

We invite you to join us in the observance of a holy Lent by participating in the following events. To add an event to this listing use the following submission form.


Life with the Trinity logoLife in the Trinity, March 13-April 3

All Saints Church, Florence

All Saints will offer dinner, fellowship, and teachings for all ages.The event runs from 6 – 7:30 p.m. Nursery provided for 3’s and under!
Children: Who is God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit?
Adults: Life in the Trinity.  Satan said to Jesus in the desert, “If you are the Son of God”… attacking Jesus’ identity and relationship with the Father. Our foundation in the desert is to affirm the truth of Christ’s baptism and living life with the Trinity.

March 13th Relating to the Transcendent Father: Deus caritas est
March 20th Reflecting the Image of the Son: Credo ut intelligam
March 27th Responding In the Power of the Spirit: Deo gratias
April 3rd Reaching out through God’s commission Missio Dei

Healing Prayer will be offered from 5-6pm.

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Christ-St. Paul's Lenten PosterLenten Soup Suppers and Teaching, March 13-April 10

Christ St. Paul’s Church, Yonges Island

This Lent Christ-St. Paul’s will be exploring how Christians can Go On as we learn to let go of those shadow things. Our Soup Suppers will begin March 13th! The soup will be ready at 6:15pm. Following supper, we will move into the church for a special time of Worship and Teaching, and will dismiss by 8pm.

March 13: Don’t love the darkness. Love the Light with Mrs. Cindee Pratt
March 20; Don’t be anxious. Seek the kingdom with Mr. Stan Winder
March 27: Lay aside the weight. Run the Race with the Rev. Dr. Greg Snyder
April 3: Forget the past. Press on with Dean William McKeachie
April 10: Don’t grow dull. Stir up enthusiasm with the Rev. Matthew Rivers. Learn more.

Lenten Teaching Series – So Now What Do We Do? March 14-April 11

St. John’s Florence

March 14: “The Apostles’ Teaching” – Corey Prescott, Diocesan seminarian
March 21: “The Breaking of the Bread” – The Rev. David Barr , The Cathedral, Charleston
March  28: “The Fellowship” – The Rev. Hunter Jordan, St. Matthew’s, Darlington
April 4: “The Prayers” – The Rev. David Booman, St. Michael’s, Charleston
April 11: “The Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved” – The Rt. Rev. Bishop Mark Lawrence

Thursdays in Lent
11:00 Holy Eucharist (Chapel)
11:45 Lunch served  (Fellowship Hall)
12:10 Teaching
12:50 Blessing & Dismissal

Quiet Day, March 27

St. Bartholomew’s, Hartsville

Join us for a quiet day for spiritual renewal with Allison Lawrence and Chelsea Hamshaw. People of all ages are invited to attend a quiet day sponsored by the Order of the Daughters of the King at St. Bartholomew’s Church, Hartsville, SC Saturday March 30, 2019 from 9:30 am to 2 pm. This single day retreat is open to all interested in deepening their spiritual life. As DOK we welcome you to join us for spiritual refreshment and growth at this Quiet Day. Preregister by contacting the Church office by March 27th. Email: stbartchurch@gmail.com Morning refreshments and registration starts at 9:30 am Boxed lunch at noon; Eucharist at 1 pm. The cost: $10 to cover the lunch, please bring the funds the morning of the event.

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Being Still PosterBeing Still in a Hectic World, April 13

Old St. Andrew’s Church, Charleston

Joanne Ellison of Drawing Near to God will be speaking to women at a gathering at Old St. Andrew’s on April 13, beginning with a continental breakfast at 8:30 a.m. and teaching begins at 9 a.m. concluding with lunch. No cost but you must register ahead of time by emailing office@oldstandrews.org.


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