If you’re looking for ways to get involved with St. Alban’s (the Anglican ministry at The Citadel) then you’re at the right place! From here you can:
- Find out what’s going on…
- Interact with news and notes of general interest… (check out the blog below)
- Grow a small group…
- Sign into the lounge (for Cadets)
- Find ways you can help this fun, real, and enjoyable ministry!
Stay a while and enjoy!
Bio’s, Resume’s… LinkedIn… Facebook… they all attempt to show us in our best light. Even the silly stuff we sometimes post on Facebook is often designed to make us look good, when we think about it. What does the Gospel have to say about it?
Take a listen and see what God says about our attempts to cover up our imperfections with outward paper perfection! What can save us? Only the Cross, faith, and walking with the Holy Spirit!
When Anna and I went to London a few years ago we heard a voice clearly asking us to “Mind the Gap” every time an underground train would enter the station for boarding. Paul in Galatians is asking us if we’re minding the gap between our lives and the Gospel… a high and challenging calling even for the Apostles!!
Here is the sermon, notes, and details… or enjoy on Soundcloud, below!
This week we looked at Galatians 2:1-10… and Paul is pretty clear that the Gospel is a message from God. It isn’t our’s… we don’t own it or have creative rights to it. It is ours to share, faithfully, through lives and words that point people to Jesus.
Here’s the notes, sermon… and now… soundcloud audio so you can listen anywhere:
Join us tonight at 6:30 for pizza and a great Bible Study as we continue to follow our Doctrine series… looking at things all Christians believe. Tonight we’re talking about Revelation: God Speaks. Could you imagine if all we had were “ideas” or “philosophies” about God? If there was nothing spoken from God to humans… well… what would be the point??
Barry Bonds hit his 756th home run surpassing Hank Aaron’s record… but the baseball he hit literally has an * branded into it, as does his life. Can God redeem the * in our lives? Are we permanently branded and set aside as useless for His Kingdom?
Paul, continues to make the case in Galatians 1:10-26 for trusting Jesus + Nothing for salvation AND he adds some real encouragement. Paul can use the ** in our lives for His Glory by and through His Grace. Check it out, along with study notes and small group guides, here!
Paul, in Galatians 1:1-9 makes a strong case for trusting Jesus + Nothing for salvation rather than Jesus + anything else. Check it out, along with study notes and small group guides, here!
Bishop Skilton, our board chair, invites you to come and hear from some fantastic cadets and their chaplain about all God is doing on the campus. With the Spring Semester gearing back up, this is a perfect time for an update and we hope you’ll join us for an informative lunch to share the growth in ministry of St. Alban’s Chapel at The Citadel. Chaplain Greg Smith, members of the Board and current cadets will share stories of lives transformed. Come reconnect with old Citadel friends and make new ones as we encourage you with all God is doing at The Citadel.
We will gather on Thursday, February 6th at 12 for lunch at The Lazy Goat Restaurant located at 170 River Place, Greenville, SC. Join us for a great report, great food, and fun reconnections!
RSVP to Miss Laura Haynie, our administrator by phone at 843-953-6840 or at email@example.com
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We will have it fresh and hot for Monday Evening’s worship service at 6PM
(If you only get 1 sandwich, we will pay you back… so it only costs $3.00… our Credit Card company only lets our minimum be $5.00)
Please join us for the Homecoming Wine and Cheese reception from 2-5 PM on Friday November 1st
We will have great food, current cadets, and a new look at the beautification of the St. Alban’s Office and Lounge!
Please come by! (Especially if you’re in the picture below!).
This fall we enjoyed a fantastic service of the Blessing of the Rings. The Rev. Ian Boyd shared a fantastic sermon about the importance of Citadel men struggling with their weaknesses and finding Christ faithful to meet them where they are lacking. We enjoyed Bp. Skilton’s always lively leading of the liturgy and even his Spanish Blessing at the end of the service. It was a great worship service!