The One-ders are sponsoring a Singles Retreat to the Kanuga Episcopal Conference Center in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina Oct 4-6, 2015. The number of rooms is limited so don’t wait to sign-up. The cost is $200 which includes a double room, 6 delicious meals and the program. The non-refundable registration fee is $100 and is due with the registration form by May 1st. Send or bring the form with a check to Holy Cross Faith Memorial with One-ders Retreat on the subject line. Contact Jill Waring moc.r1430047811r.cs@14300478111gnir1430047811awj1430047811 or Sandy Moyle gro.m1430047811fssor1430047811cyloh1430047811@elyo1430047811ms1430047811 with questions.
The Women’s Bible Study will be taking a break for the summer. The last meeting will be on Monday, May 18th. We will meet at Elsie Pollock’s home, 47 Japonica Place. Everyone is asked to bring a salad to share. We will have our study and then break bread together! Please let Kay Pulliam know if you plan on coming – moc.l1430047811iamg@143004781144mai1430047811llupy1430047811ak1430047811 or 843-979-1285.
We will resume on Monday, September 14th – the first Monday after Labor Day.
Habitat for Humanity’s Pawleys Pavilion Reunion, May 9, 2015, 6:00-11:00 PM at the Pawleys Island Nature Park. Come and enjoy an evening under the stars. Gather up some friends and be prepared to be entertained by the beach music of the headline band the fabulous Tams! For more information and ticket outlets you can go to the Pawleys Pavilion Reunion Facebook page or call the Habitat office at 546-5685 x 6. Proceeds will help build the Habitat the 100th home for the Hendrix family. We hope to see you there!
Get Ready To Shag! The One-ders (singles group) and Not Dead Yet (couples group) are uniting for a fun night of shag dance lessons. Shag Night at HCFM will be Friday MAY 1 beginning with a social time at 6:00 pm and dancing from 6:30-8:00 pm. There is no charge and non- alcoholic beverages will be provided but please do bring an appetizer to share. It’s all in preparation for the Pawleys Pavilion Reunion benefitting Habitat for Humanity which is being held the following weekend on May 9. So come to learn the iconic southern beach dance or polish up your style for the Reunion or come to show-off your best moves! Please let Jill Waring know if you will be attending (moc.r1430047811r.cs@14300478111gnir1430047811awj1430047811) and please feel free to bring a friend.
Youth Garden Planting Event - April 26th, after the 10:30 service, all youth are invited to come plant in the new youth garden! Lunch will be provided. Wear clothes that can get dirty. More information to come closer to the event date. Sign up with Amanda Keith: 931-308-4051
Holy Cross Faith Memorial Episcopal Church is hosting a music festival on the second Sunday of the months this summer at their oak filled, family-friendly campus.
Jammin’ Under the Oaks summer music festival will bring live blue grass, Indie, and Americana bands on the second Sunday of the month – weather permitting. The inaugural event took place on April 12th from 2 P.M. – 5 P.M. featuring live music, food, vendors, and activities for the whole family. The next event is scheduled for May 10th.
“We want to share our beautiful campus with the community and bring some live music for everyone to enjoy” says Senior Warden Geales Sands. The event was inspired by similar community events in Awendaw, McClellanville, and North Carolina. The April band is the V-Tones, a self-described “Ragtime/Gypsy/Jazz/Swing/Jugband” group from Charleston. There will also be a mix of local vendors and artists offering food, produce, and a variety of other products. Wires and Wood will perform at the festival on the second Sunday in May-May 10 (Mother’s Day.)
Though Jammin’ Under the Oaks is being hosted by Holy Cross Faith Memorial, it is intended for the community at large. A minimum donation of $5 per car will help to cover the cost of the event. The Holy Cross campus is located at 88 Baskervill Drive off Highway 17 in Pawleys Island. It is also home to St. Elizabeth’s Place, the Baskervill Food Pantry, Smith Medical Clinic, and several large shady oaks. Find us on Facebook Jammin’ Under the Oaks or contact gro.m1430047811fssor1430047811cyloh1430047811@ofnI1430047811 for more information.
Walking in Wonder spring schedule: Fri. April 24, 9:30 am; Sat. May 9, 8:45 pm for a night beach walk under the moon; Fri. May 22, 9:30 am. We meet at HCFM and carpool to our walking locations. For info contact Nancy Laprade at moc.l1430047811iamg@14300478111edar1430047811paln1430047811 or 843.685.1837.
Our beautiful oak shaded, lowcountry campus was the perfect setting for Enthusiastically Episcopalian, a day-long educational conference sponsored by The Episcopal Forum of South Carolina and The Episcopal Church in South Carolina took place at Holy Cross Faith Memorial on Saturday May 3rd, 2014. The keynote speakers for the day were The Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church; The Reverend Gay Clark Jennings, President of the House of Deputies of The Episcopal Church, The Right Reverend Kenneth L. Price, Jr., former Provisional Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, and The Right Reverend Charles vonRosenberg, Provisional Bishop of The Episcopal Church in SC. The high energy day began with Holy Eucharist with the Presiding Bishop celebrating and our very own Rev. Wil Keith delivering a thought provoking sermon. A “legion” of volunteers (in Father Wil’s words) worked together to deliver the “radical hospitality” that HCFM is well known for, making our campus a welcoming and enjoyable setting for over 300 conference attendees.
What other people are saying about the Enthusiastically Episcopalian:
From South Carolina Episcopalians Website:
Holy Cross Faith Memorial and its Rector were standouts
“With prefect weather, it was heard to imagine a better day or better organization than that provided by the host parish on its beautiful Lowcountry campus. A small children’s choir opened the Eucharist with a lengthy anthem without missing a word, while an enthusiastic adult choir boosted the already boisterous mood as the Presiding Bishop celebrated.
In spite of many recognized names in the congregation, the preacher at the opening Eucharist was the Rev. William J. Keith, the youthful rector of the host parish. With an easy manner and well-timed sense of humor, Keith provided a thoughtful and provocative sermon, reminding the congregation that as Christians they were called by their founder to work that often required them to move beyond safe and comfortable boundaries.”
READ MORE AT: http://www.scepiscopalians.com/
By John Brasier – For The Sun NewsMay 3, 2014
Episcopal leader stressing unity at SC church gathering
“The mood at Saturday’s conference was distinctly upbeat in the morning’s general sessions and the afternoon’s workshops. In between sessions, guests mingled under shady oaks throughout the campus.”
From The Episcopal Church in South Carolina website
In his sermon, the Reverend Wil Keith, Rector of Holy Cross Faith Memorial, spoke of the many volunteers who came together to organize the day. “You are legion – the good kind of legion!” he said. He spoke of the difference between volunteer recruiting today, where potential helpers are told “everything will be set up for you, all you have to do is show up,” and how Jesus appointed the seventy in Luke 10 to be sent like lambs in the midst of wolves with no purse, bag or sandals.