Advocates and journalists have paid critical attention to children in foster care. But once those children become adults and age out, they go largely forgotten, often cast into the world with little more than traumatic memories and mistrust to guide them.
More than 2,000 dolls will fill two levels at the Charleston Maritime Center for a four-day expo organized by the nonprofit B.R.I.G.H.T. Historical Organization. The expo, called “Black Footprints: Blacks Past and Present,” is meant to provide positive role models and build self-esteem among…
The congregation at Temple Sinai in Sumter is aging and shrinking. Only a handful of worshipers are left, barely enough to make a minyan, the quorum of 10 adults needed for collective prayer.
At the time of this writing, evacuees on Hawaii’s Big Island await a volcanic eruption that could send boulders the size of pianos flying through the air. The whole scenario has me wondering what sort of things would I bother to save if I had to evacuate.
South Carolina has a rich legacy of different sorts of houses of worship, but many of them, particularly in rural areas, face challenges due to deferred maintenance and dwindling congregations. There's a new push to change that, starting with a coffee table book.
Two Charleston-area women will present the 5th annual "Listen To Your Mother" lineup at The Schoolhouse in West Ashley.
In the years I've spent behind a pulpit, I made a conscious effort never to know anything about the contributions made by my parishioners.
The Rev. Anthony Thompson was delivering another powerful sermon during the Charleston Baptist Association's annual meeting.
In a three-week Holocaust simulation this spring, each of her Mount Pleasant students followed the journey of a real person with biographical details drawn from the historic record.
Those visiting Drayton Hall, one of South Carolina's premier plantation museums, should have a dramatically better experience today than a year ago.
North Charleston-based Unity Church will take part in an international interfaith event undertaken simultaneously by religious institutions in 16 cities nationally, and in Faisalabad, Pakistan; Kashmir, India; and three cities in Uganda.
It’s not too late to make brunch plans, especially if your idea of brunch includes Irish soda bread, a pipe organist and historical commentary by Alphonso Brown of Gullah Tours.
The Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina will host a two-day conference, open to the public, titled “Memory, Monuments, and Memorials.”
Marcus Eriksen’s journey to being half of a dynamic duo fighting plastic pollution had its genesis when he was a marine serving in Kuwait during the first Gulf War in 1991.
It was a quick jaunt — barely more than 24 hours — but was one that local NAACP leader Dot Scott felt was important to make.
In 1980, my wife Becky and I were living the idyllic newlywed life on the sheltered campus of Golden Gate Seminary in Mill Valley, Calif.
Patrons of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra will be graced on April 13-15 with the dulcet tones of the 1686 ex-Nachez Stradivarius violin, lent by John Constable and played by CSO Concertmaster Yuriy Bekker.
The annual Holocaust Remembrance commemoration is set for 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15, and will feature keynote speaker and author Marion Blumenthal Lazan.
Joanne Ellison of Mount Pleasant founded a new ministry almost two decades ago to draw together women of all Christian denominations.
Thanks to the legislative victories of the civil rights movement of the 1950s and ’60s, African-Americans can vote, sit anywhere on a bus or in a movie theater, use all public water fountains and sleep in the hotel bed of their choosing.
In the small grassy courtyard inside Aldersgate United Methodist Church, an unlikely group of Christians gathered to celebrate Easter and a new beginning of their own.
With the help of population growth along the Grand Strand, it now has 47 families that are full-time members.
MONCKS CORNER — The roads to Mepkin Abbey are long and narrow through the pine forests of Berkeley County, and pocked with gnarly potholes.
The public university nestled deepest in South Carolina's Bible Belt also has been one of the few in the state without its own chapel.
Charleston’s French Huguenot Church is more than a house of worship: Its Gothic sanctuary also serves as a memorial to the widespread influence of French Protestants in the United States.
I opened an email this week from Charleston, South Carolina that asked, “Please help me make sense of these mass shootings. I am a devout Catholic, but it's so hard to think this was ‘God's purpose’ for children to die this way.
The College of Charleston’s Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program will soon get a new director. Ezra Cappell, a New York native who has spent the past 17 years at the University of Texas at El Paso, will take the baton of Jewish Studies from retiring director Martin Perlmutter on July 1.
When the late Oliver Sacks, a professed lover of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, subjected himself to the claustrophobia-inducing MRI machine so that researchers might map brain activity as he listened to music, the results affirmed the neurologist’s musical preferences.
For many Christians throughout the world, Billy Graham stood at the top of the mountain. An impassioned preacher who led the evangelical movement worldwide during the second half of the 20th century, Graham did more than anyone else to make evangelism mainstream.
Contrary to their bad reputation, swamps offered sanctuary for centuries to slaves who escaped hard labor and torture on plantations from Virginia to Brazil and the Caribbean.
SUMMERVILLE — Cummins Memorial Theological Seminary, a small school with roots dating back to Reconstruction, keeps a low profile in an old white building off of South Main Street.
Friends and loved ones of Tywanza Sanders, the youngest person killed in the Emanuel AME Church shooting, will race on March 11 to raise money for scholarships to honor him.
The disassociated Diocese of South Carolina, which left The Episcopal Church in 2012 and sued to retain its name and property, lost its battle in the state courts in August last year when the Supreme Court issued a set of five opinions that, overall, favored The Episcopal Church and its rema…
When Katie Ciardi moved to Charleston from the Northeast a year and a half ago she was in a long-term relationship. She and her fiancé moved in together with their three dogs. But then, problems arose and the engagement fell apart.
A Lowcountry pastor who has helped form two Bible colleges in Africa was recently honored in Nigeria, where his organization recently opened its second college.
Some fear the Orangeburg Massacre, an era-defining moment of the 1960s, did not pierce the collective conscious of America but 50 years later, some fear it's fading from memory.
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