Now Available: The Diocesan Newspaper of South Carolina, Latest Edition

Posted by Kendall Harmon

The careful reader will find a number of items of interest therein.



Filed under: * Anglican - EpiscopalEpiscopal Church (TEC)* South Carolina

6 Comments
Posted September 30, 2007 at 2:55 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. Grandmother wrote:

Very nice KSH…  Look forward to reading the article about the “stuck” church, since I’m well acquainted with two of them.. LOL
Lots of youth news..

Thanks again, this is a brilliant idea.

Gloria

September 30, 3:11 pm | [comment link]
2. BabyBlue wrote:

Ah, so you are one of the stops on the Bonnie Anderson Tour - complete with her lawyer and Frank Wade.  Lovely.  Why don’t you go blog the event, Kendall?

bb

September 30, 3:37 pm | [comment link]
3. Jeffersonian wrote:

LOL, BB….and all under the title of “Connecting with the Episcopal Church.”  Somehow, I get the image of Mike Tyson “connecting” with an uppercut in my mind.

September 30, 3:41 pm | [comment link]
4. Sarah1 wrote:

I like the Anglicans for Life organizational meeting that is scheduled.

As well as this:

Beloved Son
A Christ-centered Ministry for Men

Beloved Son, a Christ-centered program designed for men seeking to overcome sexual issues, and identity and relational diffi culties began at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Charleston, September 19. Men may join the semi-open 26-week program at any time, provided they complete an application, attend a discernment interview, and are accepted into the program.  Once
admitted, consistent attendance (for a full 26-week cycle), and
personal openness in the small group, are required for continu-
ation in the program. 
Integrating insights from Biblical theology, Christian spiritual
formation, depth psychology and classical Christian philosophy, the
program is based on the teachings of Mario Bergner of Redeemed
Lives, and Andy Comiskey of Living Waters.

The program is designed for Christian men, at least 18 years of
age, who embrace the traditional and historic understandings of sexual morality as revealed in Holy Scripture and taught by the Church. It is also for men seeking freedom from sexual problems, including, but not limited to, addictions, same-sex attraction, iden-
tity confusion, deprivations and relational difficulties.

Each of the 26 weekly meetings lasts approximately three hours and includes worship, teaching and small group interaction. There will also be reading and some homework assigned for further
study.

Beloved Son operates under the blessing and covering of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Charleston. The Rev. Peter Mitchell, Rector, is the Director of the Beloved Son program. Mr. Jerry
DeLoach of Red Sea Ministries will assist Father Mitchell in the weekly leadership of the meetings. The program meets on
Wednesday evenings at 6:45 p.m.

Contact Holy Trinity at 843-556-2560, 95 Folly Road, Charleston, SC 29407 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to obtain an application or for more.  Applications may be downloaded from the
church’s website, http://www.holytrinitycharleston.org.  The registration fee is $50.

September 30, 4:56 pm | [comment link]
5. saj wrote:

So much life!  So much mission and ministry!  Nothing dead about the church in South Carolina!

September 30, 7:14 pm | [comment link]
6. Nasty, Brutish & Short wrote:

I was hoping for something about the KJS visit to South Carolina.  What is the deal with that?  People really want to know.  It is causing a great deal of anxiety.

September 30, 11:34 pm | [comment link]
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