Bluegrass ‘n’ Burgers is back!

Save the Date: Friday, August 22nd, 5.30pm Don’t miss this great event for our neighborhood and friends on Friday, August 22nd, from 5.30pm onwards. Hundreds of people showed up last year for great music, free food and fun together in our beautiful courtyard. This year will be no different, with live bluegrass music, King of […]

Summer in the courtyard

Wondering what to do with yourself this summer? Wanting to relax with friends old and new? Why not come to our series of monthly events in the courtyard this summer? We will be making the most of this beautiful space that we have been given and hosting three great events for our neighborhood of midtown […]

500+ attend Good Friday service

On Good Friday, April 18th, The Cathedral of St Luke & St Paul was privileged to host a gathering of six different churches, and over 500 people, from all over the Charleston area. Blending worship music of various styles, classical, choral, alt-country and contemporary, visual arts, dramatized meditations, scripture readings and prayers, this was a […]

Recent News

Cathedral launches chorister program

Does your child love to sing? We are excited to announce choral opportunities at the Cathedral for children and youth in grades 2 and up, based on the Royal School of Church Music’s Voice for Life program. The Cathedral’s new organist Paul Thomas (pictured below), who has experience in this field and is a gifted […]

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Take me out to the ball game!

Diocese of South Carolina Night at the Charleston RiverDogs Saturday, July 19, 6 p.m.  Join Bishop Mark and Allison Lawrence along with others from across the Diocese of South Carolina for a night of fun July 19 when the Charleston Riverdogs face Augusta . The game starts at 6 p.m. We’ve reserved a block of tickets. Bring friends and neighbors. This is […]

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Want to learn Greek?

Interested in learning to read the New Testament in the original Greek? You are in luck! Andrew Alwine, who teaches in the Classics Department at CofC, is offering a crash course on New Testament Greek starting in late June. The class will meet at the Cathedral once a week (day and time to be determined, based on […]

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Joy & Generosity

This week we are beginning an occasional series of articles called ‘Joy & Generosity’. In 2 Corinthians 9:7 we read: “Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver,” and it is our hope that these brief windows into the lives of […]

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Sermon: July 20, 2014

July 20, 2014 | The Reverend Jonathan Bennett, Associate Rector First Lesson – Philippians 2:1-11 Second Lesson: Colossians 3:1-17 Gospel – Luke 18:9-14 Download If you are having trouble listening to the audio file, please download it by right clicking the download link and choosing ‘Save Target As’ on Internet Explorer, ‘Download Linked File As’ […]

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A New Vision for Women’s Ministry

Over the past year or so the Diocesan Church Women have been working at the Diocesan level to refocus the vision of women’s ministry in our Diocese and see where God is leading our churches at this time. As a result there in an excellent new vision and mission for this ministry for the 2014-2015 […]

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Some great teaching opportunities

Our good friends at St Andrew’s, Mount Pleasant, are once again hosting some excellent courses as part of the Ridley Institute program, some of which can be taken for credit towards a Masters in Religion degree.  Introduction to Old Testament w/ Dr. Erika Moore 8.28-8.30 & then Tuesday evenings online in the fall August 28-30 […]

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