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“Walk for Water” on Saturday, March 30: Join Our Team and Give the Water of Life

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Since 2005, through the generosity of Christian individuals, churches, and corporations, Water Mission has made possible the "free gift" of clean drinking water to disadvantaged people around the world. You and I know that this gift is not free, for it requires a commitment of generous people who have a heart to bring Jesus Christ's message, the "free gift of living wate...

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Children Are a Gift of the Lord!

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In the past few months, God has been blessing LAMB with the most precious of gifts: more children at our children's home! Already home to over 50 children, God's Littlest Lambs Children's Home in Honduras has seen a sudden increase in the number of children we have been asked to provide care for. Most of these new little ones are babies! Since December, God has brought sev...

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Choir Hosts Parish Reception on March 17

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The St. Philip's Choir says "thank you" to the parish with a reception on March 17....

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The St. Philip's Choir Sings the National Anthem at the Joe

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On Sunday, March 10, the St. Philip's Choir sang the National Anthem at Joe Riley Stadium before the Citadel Bulldogs faced the Charleston Southern Buccaneers....

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Care Packages for College Students

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Submit your college student's info in time for a final exam care package!...

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The St. P's Giant Slayers Shut Down the Charleston Crushers 14-9 in First Win of the Season

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In only the second game they've played (two were rained out and one was forfeited), the St. Philip's adult co-ed softball team, led by team captain Ryan "One-Way" Streett and manager Benjamin Singleton, notched their first win of the season last night! After being down 4-2 after the first inning, the Slayers brought in six runs against the Crushers, establishing a lead the...

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