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An Update on The R Family

If you are new to our church, you may not know that one of our families (which we will simply refer to as the "R Family" for security reasons) was sent out at the beginning of this year to serve overseas on the mission field. The goal of the R Family is to work specifically with a people group we will call the "Halas". Their aim is to reach the Halas with the good news of...

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Orphan Care

This week, as we begin our collection of gifts to support the Lowcountry Orphan Relief stocking initiative, we hear from Libby Galloway, a member of Citadel Square who is passionate about orphan care, adoption and mobilizing our church to help organizations like Lowcountry Orphan Relief. What is Lowcountry Orphan Relief? What do they do?LOR is a local nonprofit organizati...

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Walk for Life 2017 Recap

Thank you to the entire Citadel Square family for all the support of the unborn and their families at the Lowcountry Walk for Life this past Saturday! Our church had the privilegeof hosting the cookout for the walk and we had 48 volunteers from our churchrepresenting four different community groups. Our crew served over 600 hot dogs and raised$6,525 of the $108,500 total. ...

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Walking For Life

We are gearing up for this year's Lowcountry Walk for Life on Saturday, November 4. The Walk is an annual fundraiser for the Lowcountry Pregnancy Center, which has locations in North Charleston, West Ashley and Orangeburg. Each site serves young moms, babies, and families by providing free medical care, pregnancy support, parenting education and more. In 2016 alone, the ...

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The Gospel & Racial Reconciliation

This Saturday, June 17, is the second anniversary of the shooting at Emanuel AME, where nine black churchgoers were killed because of the color of their skin. This anniversary causes our church to stop and reflect because it served as a turning point for our city, our state, and perhaps the entire country, forcing us to see the brutal reality that racism is still alive and...

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How Do I Disciple My Kids?

Just the other day, someone asked our family, "How do I disciple my kids?" What a great question! As we have written about before, our church is blessed to have a fantastic children's ministry, with our staff and volunteers leading the kids in worship every Sunday with a mix of stories, songs and activities that teach the bible from Genesis to Revelation. But, just as our...

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Walking For Life

Last Saturday, Centerpoint participated in the Lowcountry Walk for Life, an annual fundraiser for the Lowcountry Pregnancy Center. The center just celebrated their 30 year anniversary and has locations in North Charleston, West Ashley and Orangeburg. Each site serves young moms, babies, and families by providing free medical care, pregnancy support, parenting education a...

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How We Teach Our Kids

As we gear up for another fall season, we want to take a few weeks to highlight a very important aspect of our church: Centerpoint Kids. This week, we want to focus on our curriculum,The Gospel Project for Kids.Check out the video and post below to learn more about what we do at Centerpoint Kids. Fill out an application today to sign up to serve! Our Curriculum The ...

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Life on Life Discipleship

Over the next several months we will be telling stories of the extraordinary work of God in normal people's lives. You will also get the chance to know some of our pastors and staff as they share their stories. If you have a story about how God is working in your life that you would like to share, we would love to hear from you and celebrate together. Stories: Jon Merkl...

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