Shine the Light Campaign: We are a church rooted in the enduring truth of the Gospel that believes all things are possible through our Lord Jesus Christ. During our campaign, we aim to renovate our treasured historic buildings and expand our ministry space so our life-changing ministries can continue to thrive. May God be honored by our wise stewardship of what He has given! Check our progress.

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Excursion to Millford Plantation


Seniors of St. Philip’s were invited on a special excursion and private tour of Millford Plantation in Sumter County on Friday, May 12. Accompanied by Jeff Miller, Bill Christian, and Brian McGreevy, about 40 of us set off from St. Philip’s in our very comfortable motor coach on a beautiful spring morning. The outing turned into an opportunity to visit two magnificent ...

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A Letter to the Congregation from Tea Room Co-Chairs Amanda Ayers and Hope Gamble

Tea Room Quicklinks 2024

Dear St. Philip’s Family, After a year of planning, it is difficult to believe that the 2023 Tea Room has come and gone! Thank you, thank you, thank you for the gift of another year of service. It was a tremendous week, and St. Philip’s ministries are going to be incredibly blessed by your hard work and commitment to this enormous undertaking. The word “enormous...

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Worship With Us on the Sixth Sunday of Easter!

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Worship with us on the Sixth Sunday of Easter! The Rev. Justin C. Hare is preaching; read on for in-person and online worship details. ...

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Is Haiti for Real?

News--Haiti 2022

In the absence of information or when simply listening to the headline news, people can assume the worst and give up hope for the people in Haiti, a textbook case of a country that has suffered from years of corruption from within and outside its borders. Since Haiti’s bloody beginning, the ruling class and politicians have oppressed the common people––it is no wonde...

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An Evening with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes

News--FCA Banquet

My wife, Tricia, and I were invited by Jill and John Settle to join them at the Lowcountry Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) fundraising dinner held at Trident Technical College on Monday, May 1....

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House of Prayer: May Prayer Points

News––Frenchie Richards Prayer Points

Answered Prayers (Give thanks with a grateful heart): 1. For Justin’s safe return from the GAFCON Conference. 2. For the $10 million already committed for the Shine the Light capital campaign. 3. For the great kickoff meeting for the Generations Ministry. 4. For the confirmation of 40 young people and 80 adults. Thank you, Al Phillips and Andrew O’Dell....

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Worship with us on the Fifth Sunday of Easter!

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Worship with us on the Fifth Sunday of Easter! The Rev. Brian K. McGreevy is preaching; read on for in-person and online worship details. ...

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Spreading the Gospel in Rwanda

News––Rwanda Hare

Something I didn’t know (but probably should have) when I arrived in Rwanda was that it is known as the land of a thousand hills and a thousand smiles. The loveliness of both the topography and the people struck me immediately....

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Worship with us on the Fourth Sunday of Easter!


Worship with us on the Fourth Sunday of Easter! The Rev. Andrew R. O'Dell is preaching; read on for in-person and online worship details. ...

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The Narnia Connection: From England to Thailand to Charleston

The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe

There are many Christians in my practice as a family doctor in North Charleston, and it is not uncommon for us to speak the things of God together. While I was sharing with a pastor’s wife named Shannon Sims about Mere Anglicanism, the conference St. Philip’s hosted in January which this year focused on C.S. Lewis, she immediately responded that she and her husband ha...

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