Saints Alive Book & Gift Store
“Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” Romans 12:2
What is Saints Alive?
Our Lord Jesus Christ has blessed our church community and the surrounding neighborhoods with the opening of Saints Alive Christian Books, Gifts and Resource Center on November 6, 2007. St. Michael’s rector, Al Zadig, refers to Saints Alive as “Our Christian Window to the World on Broad Street”. It is our Mission to be your provider of Biblically sound and Theologically Orthodox resources to assist you in becoming disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is our goal that the resources and gifts found in Saints Alive will build you up to do the work of the Gospel. With your support of Saints Alive through your purchases and/or volunteering your time in this most exciting ministry, it allows not only a venue to bring awareness of where our mission fields are, but it also provides funding for mission outreach as well.
When you shop at Saints Alive, you support Mission Outreach!
We carry a large selection of books including the Book of Common Prayer, Bibles, Hymnals, books under the topic of: Healing, Evangelism, Apologetics, Children, Christian Living, and much more. We also carry gift items such as greeting cards, gifts for baptisms, weddings, and new births, as well as jewelry and many other unique and custom items. Consider Saints Alive before you consider any place else…
Monday through Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday, immediately following the 10:30am service…open one hour.
Contact Saints Alive Bookstore Manager, Christine Meredith at 725-5483
Items of Interest
St. Michael’s Charleston 1751 – 1951
by George Williams
This book has been republished in an updated limited edition of 600 copies. This volume will include a chronology of the events of the last 50 years and additions by the author. This volume is available for purchase at $35.00 per copy.
Faithfully Charleston Cookbook
St. Michael’s Celebrates 250 Years of Meals and Memories
Take the flavor of Charleston home.
Share stories, blessings and fellowship.
Tradition and tidbits from Charleston kitchens.
The Lowcountry never tasted so good.
Join us on a 250-year journey of Southern cooking and experience the tradition and heritage of Charleston.
Faithfully Charleston is one of three churches and their cookbooks featured in an article in March 24th in the New York Times magazine insert called Style and Entertaining. Our priests and their wives are pictured at an afternoon tea on the church rectory piazza. At least four of our recipes are reprinted and photographed. We’ve gone national now!
E-Mail us at Saintsalive@stmichaelschurch.net or call 843-725-5483 for information on mail order.
St. Michael’s Oyster Roast Chili (page 50)
The Lady Irene Charleston Cake (page 198)
Christmas Eve Oyster Bisque (page 42)
Tigger’s Shrimp Casserole (page 176)
“The Recipe” (Champagne Punch) (page 62)
Aunt Ethel’s Heavenly Fudge (page 232)
Here’s a sample (from page 13)
Deltaville Shrimp Dip or Spread
1 (8 oz.) package of Cream Cheese
1 (8 oz.) can crushed pineapple (well drained)
Chopped Green Bell Pepper
Seasoning Salt to taste
¾ cup cooked and chopped shrimp
Combine all ingredients and mix well. Make ahead to allow flavors to meld. Serve over crackers.