In July of 2018, a summons ordered me to report to Charleston Municipal Court for jury duty in early August. After reading the very limited exemptions from duty, I realized that resistance was futile and reported on the required Monday morning to fulfill my civic duty....Keep Reading
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Worship with us on the Third Sunday After Pentecost! The Rev. Andrew R. O'Dell is preaching; read on for in-person and online worship details. ...
Worship with us on the Second Sunday After Pentecost! The Rev. Brian K. McGreevy is preaching; read on for in-person and online worship details. ...
On Tuesday, May 31, the St. Philip’s ministry team headed out to Seabrook Island for an overnight 2022-2023 planning retreat at St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center. The tranquil setting was perfectly and equally conducive to brainstorming, calendaring, and resetting following a chock-full 2021-2022....
Answered Prayers (Thank You, Lord): 1. Good response for the Spiritual Gifts class (12 attended). 2. Good response for the diaper drive for Lowcountry Pregnancy Center. 3. Good response continuing for the Theology on Tap outreach. 4. Good response for increased volunteers for the Open Door ministry....
On April 7, 2019, the day of her confirmation, Elizabeth “Betsy” Bailey became the fifth Elizabeth to wear her now 99-year-old family cross....Keep Reading
The St. Philip's Church Team, more than six times bigger than last year, gathered at Riverfront Park in North Charleston on Saturday, March 30, and walked three miles to raise awareness of the global water crisis and funds that save lives. Team donations surpassed $2,500! View pictures below. Delete Walk for Water 2019 ...Keep Reading
Let's take another walk down memory lane. This goes back to the early years of the medical ministry from St. Philip's Church to Honduras. Look at the face of this little boy. He looks as if he could be apprehensive or worried. ButI was there, and I know that actually he was entranced, very intent, and totally focused on something he was watching. I'd like to backtrack n...Keep Reading
We had a wonderful tour of Tricounty Family Ministries last Tuesday! Thank you Sue Hanshaw for teaching us about this important ministry through a complete tour of Tricounty. Feel free to ask Dottie Leonard, Garden Frampton, Mary Perrin O'Kelly, or Clark Hanger about our time together. We all left inspired to continue our support of this ministry. This is "what a mission c...Keep Reading
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...Keep Reading
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...Keep Reading