Jesus taught that "as I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34-35). Christ Church Anglican seeks to be your guide on your discipleship journey and offers the following to help you on your way.
Sunday Morning Discipleship Bloom Women's Ministries Men's Ministries Life Groups Cursillo
Please scroll down to learn more about each of these offerings.
On Sunday September 18 the Rector's Forum, held after the 10am service in the same space, began a new teaching series, "Living in a Pluralistic Society." We started with an overview of the Old Testament book of Judges, which, along with parts of the book of Daniel as well as Joseph's experience in Genesis, forms the core of this study. We, too, live in a pluralistic society, so this is an apt study for us today. Begin reading the book of Judges and join us at any time! You are encouraged to bring your own Bible (though Bibles will be available).
In addition to glorifying Jesus Christ, Bloom's mission is to help women be rooted and to flourish in His love. To that end, Bloom offers many occasions for Christ Church women to grow spiritually together through prayer, study, fellowship, and service.
As men of Christ, the MOCC gather together on a regular basis to serve our Lord, families, church, and community. A brotherhood of Christian men seeking to serve Him and grow in their faith as they believe "when two or three are gather in My Name, there I am among them."
A Life Group provides a place to connect and grow closer together, develop a deeper relationship with God and reach out to the surrounding community. Normally meeting in a home setting, the groups follow the New Testament commands to love, serve, teach, accept, honor, bear the burdens, forgive, submit, and be devote to each other. Each Life Group is different and unique according to their own lifestyles and the love of Jesus Christ is always present in each one!
Cursillo means "A Short Course in Christianity." Sponsored by The Anglican Diocese of South Carolina, the Cursillo Weekend takes places three times a year. It is comprised of a series of talks on many facets of the Christian walk, interspersed with discussion, fun, music and fellowship with other Christians in our diocese who seek a deeper walk with Christ. The goal is to spiritually refresh participants, make them stronger disciples of Christ and equip them to make new disciples within their spheres of influence, with God's help.