Usually, staff and volunteers prepare the food served at Neighborhood House, but once a week, they get the day off as chefs from some of Charleston’s finest restaurants come in to cook and serve meals to those in need.
MYRTLE BEACH—Many people take Communion every Sunday, but never stop to think about what, exactly, they are receiving. Stop and consider that Jesus Christ is really and truly present in the consecrated host. That subject […]
A Letter from Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Each New Year brings with it the promise of hope and possibility. As we move forward into 2016, we are guided […]
School is open and that means so are parents’ wallets. The excitement of a new school year can be blunted by the costs of school supplies, lunch money, new clothes, and activity fees. All of […]