“Acts of Two Churches” study

The Bridge Builders group is sponsoring a joint bible study with First Zion Missionary Baptist Church (pictured above) off Wharf Street in Bluffton titled: “Acts of Two Churches.”

St. Andrew’s Rev. Daniel Burbage along with  Rev. Bennie L. Jenkins Jr. of First Zion will lead the study based on the Book of Acts. All St. Andrew members from both campuses are invited, and we will meet at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday evenings:

May 3 at First Zion,10 Robertson St.

May 10 at our Bluffton Campus at 39 Persimmon Street #203/204

May 17 at First Zion

May 24 at Persimmon Street.   We will have a meal and communion service at our Bluffton Campus on Persimmon.

May 31:  Showing of The Corridor of Shame –

Whether or not you attend the Acts of Two Churches sessions, the Bridge Builders group invites you to a showing of the “Corridor of Shame” documentary. This 58-minute documentary takes a revealing look inside the decaying rural schools of South Carolina.   The documentary will be shown at Persimmon Street at 5:30 on Wednesday, May 31. A brief discussion will follow the video viewing.


Deep Blue on Hilton Head

In our Education Wing at the Hilton Head Campus at 20 Pope Avenue, come to the downstairs “Lighthouse Loop” for children and check in.

Lighthouse Kids: Kids ages 4 – grade 5 are dismissed from the Children’s Sermon during BOTH WorShip Services to the jump into the DEEP BLUE with faith stories, crafts, games and more.  It will be a whale of a great time!  WorShip is at 9 & 11:15am.

For even MORE fun, invite your friends to come with you!  

At 10:15, DiscipleShip Studies for kids to adults will make your journey a fascinating faith-filled way to live.  Get on-board with the study that best suits you!  See the September Fisherman newsletter for all the adult options. All hands will be on deck for kids, too. 

Mission Committee Grant Activity

In 2015 the congregation of St. Andrew provided cash grants and donations of almost $52,000 to global, national, regional, and local non-profit organizations. Over $41,000 of that total went to local organizations. Over a period of several years, St. Andrew has provided $35,000 to Habitat to Humanity toward the goal of sponsoring a home at the development called The Glen off Marshland Road. We are working with St. Francis and Holy Family Catholic Churches to complete raising the $70,000 to sponsor a home at The Glen, hopefully in 2016.

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