- Mt. Pleasant location – Sams Hall.
- Saturday, June 1.
- Breakfast included.
- Reserve childcare by May 20.
If you are an artist, creative, or an arts enthusiast, we sincerely hope you will join us for our first Kairos Forum June 1 in Sams Hall at St Andrew’s Mount Pleasant. Melanie Spinks, fine artist and Art Professor at Wingate University, will lead the Forum, speaking on Why Art Matters.
This meeting will also be an informational meeting about future endeavors in the arts at St Andrew’s and a time for building fellowship among our Kairos Tribe of creatives. Regardless of your genre, or if you are a collector or enthusiast, we invite you to join us for this stimulating morning. A continental breakfast will be served. No admission fee or registration necessary but an RSVP to Kristy Barry (KBarry@StAndrews.Church) is appreciated.
Childcare is available (6 weeks – 4 years) but must be reserved. Please contact Kristy Barry (KBarry@StAndrews.Church) by May 20 if you will need childcare.
About Melanie Spinks
Melanie Spinks received an MFA from Georgia State Atlanta in Visual Arts and an MA from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Biblical Studies on the Arts. An artist and professor at Wingate University, collaborations include InterVarsity’s Urbana, New Wineskins, the Lausanne Movement, Leighton Ford Ministries and the Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s Committee on Initiatives in the Arts.
- Park Circle Event.
- Children’s Ministry Parents Meeting.
- 10:15-11:00 in the Library at North Charleston Creative Arts Elem.
Parents are invited to come to hear all about our children’s ministry before our service. You’ll hear about what our kids are learning, what the time they spend during our service is structured like, and how you can help your little one grow in their faith.
We hope you’ll join us before the service on June 2.
- Saturday, June 8, 2019.
- 6:00 am – 3:00 pm.
- Tolers Cove Marina – 1610 Ben Sawyer Blvd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464.
- $90 per boat.
- Register now.
Every year, St. Andrew’s hosts this Fishin’ for a Mission Fishing Tournament along with a Banquet and Auction which benefit our International Missions Partners. All of the money raised goes overseas; the administrative costs of the event are borne by the church.
The Fishing Tournament will be held on June 8, 2019. This is a Charleston Inshore Fishing Tournament. Boundaries are Charleston County areas only accessible by boat. The tournament will be from 6:00 am – 3:00 pm. Check-in will be from 3:00 – 3:30 pm at Tolers Cove Marina.
- Speckled Trout
- Redfish (must be within SC DNR size requirements)
- Aggregate Weight: $250 (1 fish from each species)
- Individual Species Weight: $250
Join us following the service on Pentecost Sunday for a community gathering. We will have a church picnic in the back playground area of the school! Food will be provided so bring a chair or a blanket and come meet some new people.
- Friday, June 14, 2019, 6:30 PM.
- Omar Shrine Temple – 176 Patriots Point Rd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464.
- Barbecue Dinner.
- Silent and Live Auction.
- Tickets are $20 per person.
- Purchase your banquet tickets/sponsorship, and browse auction items today.
Every year, St. Andrew’s hosts the Fishin’ for a Mission Banquet and Auction along with a Fishing Tournament which benefit our International Missions Partners. All of the money raised goes overseas; the administrative costs of the event are borne by the church.
St. Andrew’s Church invites you to our annual Banquet and Auction at the Omar Shrine Temple on Friday, June 14 at 6:30 pm. Please join us for this exciting evening when St. Andrew’s family and friends come together to enjoy dinner, and support our international mission efforts. To make this evening a success, we need sponsors of all levels and donated auction items like vacation homes, local excursions, unique experiences, fine art, and services.
Sams Hall, Mt Pleasant Campus (440 Whilden Street).
- September 12, 2019, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
- September 14, 2019, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm.
- Cost $15.
- Childcare available for Saturday class if registered by Wednesday, August 28.
- Register now.
This 2 session course will help you understand the original setting and purpose of all 27 books of the New Testament and will then focus on some key texts and themes in the writings of Paul, John, Peter and the writer of Hebrews. The goal will be to show how the New Testament, despite its variety of authors, shows an impressive unity and provides a sure foundation on which we can build an ‘obedient faith’—believing in Jesus’ person and work and then putting into practice his will for our lives today.
Dr. Walker studied at Cambridge University, taught at the University of Oxford and at Trinity School for Ministry, authored 7 books and has found great enjoyment leading tours of the Holy Land for over 30 years.
Questions? Contact Randy Forrester (RForrester@StAndrews.Church or 843.284.4320)