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Listen & Speak 2017

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Listen & Speak 2017 will explore human flourishing in the empire of technology. Join us for this two-day conference of lectures, dialogue, and music with author Andy Crouch and artist Liz Vice November 2-3 at the Cathedral. To learn more and to purchase your early bird tickets, go to listenandspeak.us.Get your tickets today!

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Cathedral Forums

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Cathedral Forums are a new place for you to be formed in the beauty of the gospel. These six-week blocks will provide space for teaching and formation on the Christian faith. Please make plans to attend our first class entitled How to Read the Bible, which begins on Sunday, September 24th. Click here to register.

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Intro to the Cathedral Class Spring 2017

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At the Cathedral, we want you to join us in being the heart of God for the heart of Charleston as a member of this Church. Part of the process of becoming a member is participating in our Intro to the Cathedral class. The next upcoming class will take place over the course of three […]

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Listen & Speak | Conference Audio

LISTEN & SPEAK | CONFERENCE AUDIO This past October, the Cathedral hosted our first Listen & Speak Conference with Pastor Scott Sauls as our guest speaker. The audio tapes of his lectures and Q&A session are rich resources that we would like to offer to you! He focused on the question of how can we […]

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Children’s Formation Begins March 5th

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Beginning Sunday, March 5th, a group of Cathedral volunteers will be leading a new 25-minute study for children aged 4 to 8 years old during the sermon of the 9:15 and 11:00 services. This is intended for children who are too old for nursery and too young to truly absorb the sermon just yet. The children […]

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ACNA Affiliation Forum Jan 30

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In 2012 the majority of parishes in the Diocese of South Carolina, including the Cathedral, elected to disassociate from the Episcopal Church for reasons related to differences in theology and polity. After several years of discernment while under provisional oversight from the Global South Primates Steering Committee, it is now time for our diocese to vote […]

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Listen & Speak

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Listen & Speak: Conversations in Faith & Culture Culture has changed dramatically in the past century as Christendom has given way to secularism and pluralism. This new reality has now arrived in the urban south. We must ask if Christianity has anything to say in response. How can we be faithful to the gospel while […]

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Sermon Series: Nehemiah

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Over the next two months, we will be reading and preaching through the Book of Nehemiah, taking an in-depth look at God’s faithfulness to Israel despite their rebellion. Set in the 5th century B.C., Nehemiah chronicles the return of exiled Jews to Jerusalem, the rebuilding of the city’s walls, and the renewal of God’s covenant with […]

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A Lenten Article by Martha Horn

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The very early Christian church Fathers encouraged the use of sackcloth and ashes to begin a 40-day season of Lent. This was in reference to the 40 days Jesus spent in the desert being tempted by the devil. Tertullian (c. 160-220 AD) wrote that the penitent must “live without joy in the roughness of sackcloth and the squalor of […]

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Lenten Offerings @ Your Cathedral

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There are a number of great offerings during the Season of Lent* at the Cathedral. Please consider taking up one, two or all of these as a part of your Lenten disciplines. We will also have free Lenten devotionals available as of Sunday, February 15, written by students at Trinity Seminary. Please pick one up […]

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