Join us at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday evenings (mid-September through May) for a vibrant, joyful, and spirit-filled communion service. Wednesdays Alive! is a come-as-you-are service, so regardless of whether you're a visitor to Charleston wearing shorts and a hawaiian shirt, a nurse wearing scrubs, or a banker in a suit, you'll fit right in at Wednesdays Alive! Supper and Christian formation follow the service. So come and connect on Wednesday nights––we can't wait to see you!
5:30 p.m. in the church: Worship
6:15 p.m.: Supper in the Parish Hall
7:15 p.m. in the Parish Hall: C.S. Lewis's The Last Battle
Come join us on Wednesday nights as we explore the riches of C.S. Lewis’s marvelous book The Last Battle, which is the last of The Chronicles of Narnia. It is a remarkable book on multiple levels and was awarded the Carnegie Medal back in the 1950s when it was first published. The Last Battle has some themes in common with The Great Divorce and That Hideous Strength that will make it an excellent follow-up to those two books, and like them, it has some remarkable resonance with things going on in today’s culture. It is a book that is both theologically rich and poignantly beautiful in its writing, and it can help equip us to live boldly for Christ in a culture that has lost its way. (Although this book is the last of The Chronicles of Narnia, it can stand on its own and it is not necessary to have read the other books for this class.)