Thursday, April 8, 2010

Brick Church Sunday is This Coming Sunday - April 11th

Plan to join us for our continuing celebration of the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ!

Our preacher will be the Rev. Brian K. McGreevy (see bio below)...Brian is a thoughtful and engaging preacher...
Special music offered by  SJS Church Musician Sue Tanner - hammered dulcimer and vocals accompanied by Brink Norton, vocalist..
Our usual wonderful picnic...

The Rev. Brian K. McGreevy, J.D., serves as Head Chaplain at Porter-Gaud School, where he is also Chair of the Religion Department. He is also on the clergy staff at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church. Rev. McGreevy, an alumnus of Porter-Gaud, attended Duke University and holds a B.A. with high honors from Furman University and a J.D. from Emory University School of Law with Honors in Family Law, where he did work in the law and theology program. He has over twenty-five years’ experience with youth ministry and teaching high school and college students in several Episcopal churches, having served as College Minister at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta as well as having served on associate staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. He has completed the three-year training program for vocational deacons administered by the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina. Following a successful 15-year career in international law and management, Rev. McGreevy and his family returned to Charleston, where they owned a bed and breakfast for ten years. Rev. McGreevy is part of the senior administration at Porter-Gaud, teaches courses on New Testament and C.S. Lewis, and oversees a vibrant student ministry where nearly 100 Upper School and 60 Middle School students are involved in voluntary weekly Bible studies and discipleship groups. He is married to the former Jane Hollis Whitney, and they have four children—Whit (a sophomore at Furman University), Amy (a senior at Porter-Gaud), Mary Hollis (a freshman at Porter-Gaud), and Anne (10 years old and home-schooled).

Photo by Brenda Kay

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