Invitation to Nominate Candidates for Vestry

Deadeline for nominations: March 29

You are invited to submit nominations for the three upcoming open spots on the Vestry. Voting will be at the Annual Meeting on Sunday, May 19, 2024. 

According to St. Michael’s bylaws, members of the church are eligible to be elected to the vestry if they are at least eighteen years old and regularly give a portion of their income to St. Michael’s in a sincere effort to tithe. Other considerations you may find helpful to consider are:

*Spiritual gifts

*Leadership gifts

*Involvement in St. Michael’s task forces or other missional ministries

*Specific gifts and skill sets that will help advance the mission of St. Michael’s

Click here for the Nomination Form.


Formed Conference

Saturday, March 2, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm  Kinloch Room

There are many difficult questions for people and parents:

“Love is love! Or is it?”

“How do we make justice real for everyone, not just a theory?”

“How can we champion free speech without crossing lines?”

“Who gets to be happy in our pursuit of happiness?”

“Should you really be talking to my kids about that?”

“ Are women and men really different, and does that matter?”

Join St. Michael’s to look at issues like these with the Rev. Canon Phil Ashey of the American Anglican Council and the Rev. Randy Forester of St. Andrew’s Church, Mt. Pleasant. 


St Michael’s Vacation Bible School

Dates: June 11 - 14 (Tuesday - Friday)

Time: 9am -12pm

Ages: Kindergarten - 5th grade, nursery available for volunteers only

Location: St. Michael’s Church

We will wrap up VBS this year with a Family Cookout on Friday, June 14 at 6:00 pm!

Questions: Dee Goehring.

To Sign up: go here to sign up


Day of Healing Prayer

Saturday, March 16 9:00 am - 3:00 pm   in the Church

St. Michael’s will host its 61st Day of Healing Prayer on March 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the sanctuary of the church and is honored to have as its guest speaker Pastor Clancy Nixon, and his wife Ginger. He currently serves as the founding rector of the Church of the Holy Spirit (Anglican) in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. The day’s theme concerns the Lord’s healing the Father wound, and healing the Mother wound, with genograms. 

For more information and to register, please go here: Day of Healing Prayer #61


Mom’s Book Club & Bible Study

Beginning Monday, February 26 at 9:30 am

Family Resource Center (at the back of the Chapel)

Are you a new mom needing some Godly fellowship with other moms, an empty nester who is missing your children being under foot or maybe you are somewhere in between? We would love for you to join us for coffee, fellowship and encouragement as we dig in to the Word of God together. We will begin with a book that will help us speak words that are more than just constructive and kind but direct you to the very heart of Jesus!

RSVP to to make sure we have a book for you.


First Communion Class

Saturday, March 2 at 10:00 am in the Church

For 2nd Graders (or older) who are ready to receive Communion.  One of our clergy will teach us about Holy Communion, including such questions as: What is Holy Communion? Why do we need to receive it? Am I ready to receive my First Communion? Each child will then be asked if they are ready to receive this Holy Sacrament. The families will take communion together on Sunday, March 3 at the 9:00 am service.

To register, please contact Dee Goehring,


Lenten Micro-Groups

Want to do something new for Lent?

Try a Lenten Micro-group!

Join a Lenten micro-group (3 to 5 people) and participate in a 6 session study of Jesus’ parables from the Book of Mark. Meeting times and places are entirely up to the group. No homework. Sit with the richness of Jesus’ parables while in the company of fellow St. Michaelites.  

Go here to purchase a book on Amazon.

Community Lenten Services

Wednesdays in Lent at 12:00 pm

Join us for a short ecumenical service followed by lunch as we look at Esther & Rescue this Lent. 

February 21        St. Michael's Church                    Rev. Marshall Blalock preacing

February 28        First Baptist Church                     Rev. Al Zadig, Jr. preaching

March 6              First (Scots) Presbyterian             Rev. Anthony Thompson preaching

March 13            Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal.   Rev. Robb Harrell preaching

March 20            St. John's Lutheran                      Dr. Holton Siegling, Jr. preaching


Anglican Relief and Development Fund (ARDF)

Israel War Relief

On October 7, 2023, Hamas breached Israel’s border with Gaza, killing more than 1,500 people, injuring over 2,500, and taking over 100 hostages. Our hearts are heavy as we watch and pray. Anglican Relief and Development  is partnering with CMJ-USA (Christian’s Amongst the Jews) to bring aid and support to survivors of the conflict. You can support their work with a donation to ARDF. Use the QR code to learn more and donate now.

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soon to wipe every tear from our eyes and make all things new. Amen.


We've had GIC. What now?

You've been inspired by our mission partners this week. So now is the time to commit to helping in our mission to spread the Good News. 

Do you want to make a Mission Offering? Please remember that ALL financial support for missions and our mission partners is generated through the GIC Mission Offering. None of this offering is used for operating expenses, and none of the operating budget is used for mission. Download this card to make a mission offering! Please return the card to the church office at 71 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401.  Mission Offering Card

Ar you interested in volunteering with one of our mission partners? Want to go on a short-term mission? Do you want to help with next year's GIC? Then fill out our Interest in Mission card and return to the church office at 71 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401. A member of our Mission Task Force team will contact you to discuss further how you can make a difference.  Interest in Mission Card