ZADZU
 




 

Dogwood Park: 100 Liberty Hall Road, Goose Creek SC 29445

Location: Dogwood Park: 100 Liberty Hall Road Goose Creek, SC. | Start: 6/6/2020 9:00:00 AM End: 6/6/2020 6:00:00 PM
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful




Disciples United Methodist Church, 185 Riley Smith Road, Greenville. Sunday Worship at 10 a.m. with Rev. Sandra Smith King. – All are welcome. Coffee and fellowship follow the service with Sunday school for all ages at 11:15 a.m. 864-297 0382 or follow us on FB.

Location: Disciples United Methodist Church 185 Riley Smith Road Greenville, SC. | Start: 10/26/2019 10:00:00 AM End: 10/26/2019 11:00:00 AM
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful




Lecture: Paging God: Religion in the Halls of Medicine How are spirituality and religion present in hospitals? How do healthcare professionals including chaplains think and work around the topics with patients and families? Wendy Cadge, Ph.D., a sociologist at Brandeis University and expert in contemporary American religious demographics, will headline the third annual James Sawers Jr. Speaker Series presented by the Charleston Interreligious Council. This session explores how spirituality and religion are present in hospitals and how healthcare professionals, including chaplains, navigate the topics with patients and families. This lecture is a series of four free lectures and workshops that are open to the public and will be held Nov. 7-9, 2019 at various locations around Charleston. Those of all faiths and religious backgrounds are welcome to attend to be part of the conversation. For questions about the speaker series, contact Ken Fox at 843-763-3150 or SCKenFox@comcast.net. Please visit www.cicouncil.org/events for event locations.

Location: Roper-St. Francis Hospital, Board Room, Cancer Center 2085 Henry Tecklenburg Dr. (West Ashley) Charleston, SC. | Start: 11/8/2019 12:00:00 PM End:
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful




Lecture: A Case of Religious Acceptance A joint discussion led by Dr. Wendy Cadge and Dr. Elijah Siegler, Chair, Director Religious Studies, College of Charleston A Jewish mother became a Buddhist priest who wants her son to have a bar mitzvah at a synagogue in Syracuse, New York. The rabbi has to decide whether to allow this to happen. What will happen? What should happen? (Source: The Pluralism Project, Harvard University). Wendy Cadge, Ph.D., a sociologist at Brandeis University and expert in contemporary American religious demographics, will headline the third annual James Sawers Jr. Speaker Series presented by the Charleston Interreligious Council. A conversation based on the case study that researches the Buddhist and Jewish communities in western Massachusetts, New York and California. A story of a Jewish born mother who became a Buddhist priestess wants her son to have a bar mitzvah at a synagogue in Syracuse, New York. The rabbi will have to or need to decide (source: The Pluralism, Project, Harvard University). This lecture is a series of four free lectures and workshops that are open to the public and will be held Nov. 7-9, 2019 at various locations around Charleston. Those of all faiths and religious backgrounds are welcome to attend to be part of the conversation. For questions about the speaker series, contact Ken Fox at 843-763-3150 or SCKenFox@comcast.net. Please visit www.cicouncil.org/events for event locations.

Location: Alumni Center, School of Education, College of Charleston 86 Wentworth St. (downtown), (Enter through courtyard on St. Philip St.) Charleston, SC. | Start: 11/8/2019 3:30:00 PM End:
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful




Lecture: Boston's Hidden Sacred Places What can we learn about spirituality and religion in the contemporary American landscape by looking at chapels and meditation rooms that exist outside of congregations? Wendy Cadge, Ph.D., a sociologist at Brandeis University and expert in contemporary American religious demographics, will headline the third annual James Sawers Jr. Speaker Series presented by the Charleston Interreligious Council. This presentation will describe what can be learned about spirituality and religion in the contemporary American landscape by looking at sacred places that exist outside of congregations. In this lecture, Cadge will share how her research of more than 60 sacred spaces in and around greater Boston applies to other spaces with a spiritual mission within secular institutions. This lecture is a series of four free lectures and workshops that are open to the public and will be held Nov. 7-9, 2019 at various locations around Charleston. Those of all faiths and religious backgrounds are welcome to attend to be part of the conversation. For questions about the speaker series, contact Ken Fox at 843-763-3150 or SCKenFox@comcast.net. Please visit www.cicouncil.org/events for event locations.

Location: Arnold Hall, Jewish Studies Bldg 1st Floor, 96 Wentworth St (downtown) Charleston, SC. | Start: 11/7/2019 4:00:00 PM End:
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful




THIS IS A CORRECTION - Annual Women's Day services will be held on Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019 at St. Paul Baptist Church, 322 W. Reed St., Anderson, SC beginning at 9:30 with Sunday school followed at 10:30 with morning service. Our Women's Day speaker will be Minister Andrea Williams, First Lady and an Associate Minister at Piney Grove Baptist Church, Sandy Springs, SC. All are invited to come worship with us.

Location: Anderson, South Carolina, United States 2940 Concord Rd Anderson, SC. | Start: 11/9/2019 10:30:00 AM End:
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful




Sunday School for ages 3-high school 9:30-10:15 Parents class 9:30-10:15

Location: Immanuel Lutheran Church 2820 Woodruff Rd Simpsonville, SC. | Start: 10/27/2019 9:30:00 AM End: 10/27/2019 10:15:00 AM
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful




Christian pop duo, for KING & COUNTRY, will bring their "Burn the Ships" World tour, presented by HIS Radio 89.3, to The Well on November 24! The two-time Grammy award-winning Australian duo, for KING & Country, comprised of brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone, release their much anticipated third studio album, Burn the Ships in October 2018, a sweeping musical landscape that explores themes of new beginnings, forgiveness, hope, and love. The album’s soaring debut and GRAMMY® nominated single, “joy,” held the No. 1 spot for four consecutive weeks, marking the group’s highest debut on three Billboard charts. Their current single, ‘God Only Knows’ has reached #1 on the Billboard Audience chart and has accumulated over 27 million total streams.

Location: Bon Secours Wellness Arena (formerly BI-LO Center) 650 North Academy Street Greenville, SC. | Start: 11/24/2019 6:00:00 PM End:
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful




How God talks to people. From Dreams and Visions through His Still Small Voice. How God wants to use his people in and through he church.

Location: Breakthrough Outreach Center 235 East Blackstock Road Spartanburg, SC. | Start: 10/26/2019 9:00:00 AM End: 10/26/2019 1:00:00 PM
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful




Come experience a deeper form of meditation guided by NLP and Hypnosis Practitioner

Location: Holistic Wellness Center of the Carolinas 1201 Carolina Place Drive , #101 Fort Mill, SC. | Start: 10/28/2019 5:00:00 PM End:
Local Events, Concerts, Tickets

Events by Eventful



     Next >>