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Women's Ministry Update

On Saturday, over 50 women from our church, along with some ladies from the Chinese Christian Church (which meets in our building), gathered for brunch and a time of fellowship. And what a wonderful time it was! It was such a blessing to get all of our ladies together and spend time playing games, eating homemade breakfast food and getting to know one another. We also tal...

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Remembering & Hoping

This Sunday, June 17, marks the three year anniversary of the tragic shooting that took place at our neighboring church, Mother Emanuel AME. As another year goes by, it is still impossible to forget the pain, sorrow and grief the victims, our city, and our nation felt that day. As we look toward this Sunday, we want to take some time to do two things: remember and hope. ...

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Meet The Residents: Will Newton

Many of you know thatCitadel Square serves as host to Generation LINK residents who spend a year or more with us learning, serving and growing together. This year we have been privileged to have Will Newton with us. You may have seen Will serving at the Coffee Connect, one of the many ways he serves our church each week. Today we will take some time to get to know Will.Who...

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SMI Nicaragua

Medical Campus Outreach (MCO) exists in hopes of glorifying God by training new generations of healthcare providers to bring the healing of the gospel to the lost and hurting world. We are supported and under the authority of Citadel Square. In line with the church's vision, our desire is to see students in all healthcare professions know Jesus, be involved in Christian co...

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Fellow Workers for the Truth

In last week's message,Pastor Steve Heron challenged our congregation to both give to and go on mission.We are all on mission where God has planted us - for there are places each of us can take the gospel to that our pastors and staff can't. Whether that is in our backyards, at our workplaces or on maybe on an overseas trip, God has called us all to be "fellow workers" in ...

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Tell Us Your Story: Steve Heron

Citadel Square is blessed to have a number of godly men and women who faithfully serve our church in a multitude of ways. Today, we'll highlight one of our leaders, hear their story and learn more about how they serve our church. Today we will get to know Steve Heron, who serves asour Lead Teaching Pastor. Steve grew up in LA and Pennsylvania and met his wife, Suzanne, in...

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Tell Us Your Story: AJ Rankin

Citadel Square is blessed to have a number of godly men and women who faithfully serve our church in a multitude of ways. Today, we'll highlight one of our leaders, hear their story and learn more about how they serve our church. Today we will get to know AJ Rankin, who serves asour Connections Pastor. AJ is a native to the Charleston area, growing up in Goose Creek. AJ h...

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Adventures in Kenya

Thank you to everyone who prayed for us, as our team traveled to Kenya, and for the support and encouragement we received. I wanted to share a little bit about our trip and tell you some of what the Lord seems to be teaching me. Our trip was broken into two parts. First, we traveled to the rural village of Kihimbu-ini where we met with groups dealing with the challenges o...

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Tell Us Your Story: Steve Lindenmeyer

Citadel Square is blessed to have a number of godly men and women who faithfully serve our church in a multitude of ways. Today, we'll highlight one of our leaders, hear their story and learn more about how they serve our church. Today we will get to know Steve Lindenmeyer, who serves asourCollege and Missions Pastor. Steve was born in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, but moved...

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Tell Us Your Story: Craig Tuck

Citadel Square is blessed to have a number of godly men and women who faithfully serve our church in a multitude of ways. Every few weeks or so, we highlight one of our leaders, hear their story and learn more about how they serve our church. Today we hear from Craig Tuck, who serves as an elder at Citadel Square. Craig is a tenured leader who has served in pastoral rol...

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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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What About Those Who've Never Heard?

This week's post is by Noemi Pagan. Noemi is a member of Centerpoint and travels to North Africa on a regular basis to develop and train Christian leaders. What About Those Who've Never Heard? "What about those who've never heard?" - This is one of those challenging questions I have heard (and even wondered myself) when thinking through whether the validity of Christia...

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Tell Us Your Story: Jon Lowder

Centerpoint is blessed to have a number of godly men and women who faithfully serve our church in a multitude of ways. So, every few weeks or so, we will highlight one of our leaders, hear their story and learn more about how they serve our church. Today we will get to know our worship leader, Pastor Jon Lowder. Jon is a native of Columbia, attended Clemson University (...

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Summer Link Update

Summer Link Charleston,our summer discipleship program for college students, kicked off a few weeks ago and is in full gear. This year we have 16 students participating from over seven colleges including Anderson, Clemson, Virginia Tech, as well as our local school College of Charleston, The Citadel and Trident. I cannot be more thankful for the team that God has put tog...

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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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SMI Recap

Thank you to all who have prayed for, supported and encouraged our Medical Campus Outreach team who recently returnedfrom North Africa. Centerpoint sent a team of 76 dentists, doctors, nurses, therapists and students to set up and run a health clinic for local adults and children. If you have been with us the last two Sunday mornings, you also know that our team faced a va...

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Reflections on a Year of Serving

Over the past year, our church had the honor of hosting four Generation Link Residents who devoted countless hours serving our church, growing in discipleship and pursuing theological education. As we look to another year of the residency program, we want to take some time to hear what God did in their lives last year as well as share an update on their plans for next year...

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SMI North Africa

This month Centerpoint will be sending a team of 76 people to serve the people of North Africa. Dentists, doctors, nurses, therapists and students will set up and run a health clinic for a local population of adults and children. They are working closely with a small group of believers in the area that are seeking to give the gospel and their lives to the people in the are...

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Summer Link Charleston

Today's college students are tomorrow's world-changers! One of the best ways to influence the next generation of leaders is to invest in the lives of college students today. Centerpoint church will play an active role in this vision again this summer through the ministry of Summer Link. Summer Link is a seven-week intentional training strategy to help equip college student...

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Meet the Residents: Ben Patton

Centerpoint is happy to host four Generation LINK residents who will spend this year with us learning, serving and growing together. Each month we will highlight one of them for you to get to know a little better. This month we hear from Ben Patton, a Citadel alum hailing from the Upstate Who are you and where are you from? My name is Benjamin Patton and I am from Spart...

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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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For the Eastside, By the Eastside

For the Eastside, By the Eastide On Saturday October 2, Centerpoint partnered with Loving America Street, to host a block party for the Eastside by the Eastside. The words for and by are significant, because too often people who live outside of the Eastside look at this community as a project--something that needs to be fixed. This way of thinking is harmful, creating...

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Longing for Community

Stories: JT Epting We all long for community, not only within the church, but with others outside the church as well. In an age governed by social media and the ability to connect with people one friend request at a time, I consistently meet people who want something deeper and richer, who recognize--even if subconsciously--the void of community relationship plaguing our ...

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A Quest for More

Stories: Brian Reinhardt "If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will save it." (Lk 9:23-24) As a Christian - a partaker in the gospel, a drinker of the cup of grace, and washed by the blood of the Jesus - this command to actual...

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Not Only the Gospel

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: Micah V...

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Time Well-Spent

This past weekend, our leadership team took the opportunity to get out of town on a retreat together. We did this out of a desire have a healthy team, so that we may fully invest in serving our church community. As Pastor Craig mentioned last week, we are glad to serve a congregation who values this for its leadership. For this reason, we believe that this time proved itse...

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Tell Us Your Story: Andy McIlwrath

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: Andy McIl...

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Relational Responsibility at Work

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: Caleb Mel...

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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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God’s Good Gifts

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...

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The Exponential Fruit of Multiplication

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: Steve...

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