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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

Cathedral Children

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


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


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


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


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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Looking for Financial Peace?

We are excited to announce that this January-March, the Cathedral will be hosting the Financial Peace course.   What is it? This nine-week class helps us understand how to handle our money in a godly way. Here’s what FP says about itself: “We all need a plan for our money. Financial Peace University (FPU) is that […]

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Grace, Sisterhood & Stories…

The Cathedral will be having a gathering for women for coffee, dessert, and teaching on Sunday, November 9th from 6-8pm. We are excited that our speaker will be our own Beth Webb Hart, author and teacher, sharing about “Grace, Sisterhood and Stories Meant for Sharing.”  Beth Webb will share her personal testimony and discuss the importance […]

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Philippians sermon series

Choosing Joy: A Series in Philippians “Joy is the infallible sign of the presence of God.” ― Pierre Teilhard de Chardin “…’joy’ in Philippians is a defiant ‘Nevertheless!’ that Paul sets like a full stop against the Philippians’ anxiety…” ― Karl Barth For six weeks in September and October, five different preachers from the Cathedral will […]

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