Alpha is Coming!

Alpha is a worldwide phenomenon. It’s found in over 169 countries. It’s run in tens of thousands of schools, prisons, homes and churches of all denominations. It’s given more than 19.6 million people the opportunity to explore the meaning of life.      
The Alpha course covers the basics of Christianity. It answers questions like: Who is Jesus?, and Why did he die? The Alpha course usually lasts 10 weeks, with a day or weekend getaway in the middle. Each week, guests gather for about two hours. They share an informal meal, sing a few songs, listen to a talk on how Christianity approaches the question at hand, then gather into small groups for discussion. The talks each week act as a springboard for small group discussions.

Begins September 2, 2015
6pm - 8:30pm


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WORSHIP & FELLOWSHIP






 
BEGINNING SEPT. 6, 2015
Sunday Morning
@
9:30 a.m. 

Sunday School for Adults
"Scripture in American Culture"


Sunday School for Children
Begins OCT. 4, 2015

Coffee & Fellowship between Sunday school and Worship
 

@ 10:45 a.m.
Holy Eucharist
Rite I
 
Wednesday:
ALPHA

@6:00-8:30 P.M.

 
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
@9:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer Rite I
and coffee
 
Questions: contact the Vicar
Father Bill: 803-729-0951


THE HOME OF THE MAG

On June 13, 2015 St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church in Camden, SC was consecrated with the new renovations that took our building from a 'store front' look to a more traditional church appearance. 

These changes included a new roof on both the sanctuary and the parish hall, new or repaired ceilings inside, new windows and door on the sanctuary, a beautiful new cross on the sanctuary roof peak, new sidewalks in front and changes inside to accomodate childrens Christian formation classes, an office space for deacons, and a larger office space for Fr. Bill. 

We welcome you to help us follow through with the plans that God has put before us!

 






 


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