Today, many people caring for infants and children at churches must complete CPR and Darkness to Light training, along with background checks. But with these rigorous requirements, some congregations are struggling to find employees to work their nurseries.
The Universal Society of Hinduism has called on Charleston-based Bendy Brewski Yoga to apologize and change its emblem, which features an elephant sitting crisscrossed, clutching a beer with its trunk.
Bedny Brewsky Yoga's logo has raised concerns because it appear to link Hindu deity Lord Ganesh with alcohol.
Mepkin Abbey's Monastic Guest program allows some men who, without becoming monks themselves, find refuge. August Turak, a former corporate executive in New York City, is one of them.
Boasting one its busiest days on record Saturday, fair attendance and traffic are yet another byproduct of the tri-county's explosive growth.
The Charleston peninsula is losing houses of worship because of gentrification, limited parking and space to grow and do ministry, as well as high church maintenance costs. Shiloh, Greater Macedonia AME, Zion-Olivet Presbyterian, St. Matthew Baptist, Plymouth Church and New Tabernacle Fourth Street Baptist have either moved or have tried to.
The Charleston NAACP will honor its brave Jewish and African-American founders in its 101st Annual Freedom Fund Banquet at the Gaillard Center.
As the economy thrives and industries continue setting up shop in the Lowcountry, businesses are creating more opportunities for disabled persons to gain employment.
More than a hundred people gathered at the Charleston Holocaust Memorial in Marion Square to mourn the 11 people killed in a Pittsburgh synagogue.