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the particular ministry.
Estill Federal Penitentiary Bible Study - Twice a month, a small group from St. Mark's travels to the Estill Federal Penitentiary to lead a Bible study. There are currently seventeen inmates in the study group who are committed to bettering their lives, and early sessions indicate the program is being well-received. Anyone interested in this ministry may contact Mike Seymour at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kairos Prison Ministry is a lay-led interdenominational ministry in which men and women volunteers bring Christ's love and forgiveness to prisoners and their families. St. Mark's members are actively engaged several times each year in bringing the Christian message to inmates at the state prison in Ridgeland, South Carolina. For more information on this ministry, please contact Ken Kraft at email@example.com.
Souper Bowl of Caring - Begun in South Carolina in 1990, the Souper Bowl of Caring harnesses the energy and excitement surrounding Super Bowl weekend to mobilize young people to fight hunger and poverty in their communities. Through their collection of money and non-perishable food items, the youth of St. Mark's were able to make a sizable contribution to a local food pantry in 2017. If you know of a young person who would like to participate in this annual effort or to obtain more information, please contact Carter Hoyt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Giving - St. Mark's participates in a community-wide, multi-church Thanksgiving effort to collect and distribute the makings of a festive Thanksgiving meal to local individuals and families in need. For further information, please contact Alison Davidow at email@example.com.
Trunk or Treat - St. Mark's partners with other area churches and the Beaufort County YMCA for a Halloween Ghoultide gathering in downtown Port Royal. This event draws a very large crowd and offers a safe trick-or-treating experience for ghouls, goblins and ghosts of all ages. Several blocks of Paris Avenue are closed off and volunteers conduct games and costume contests, while others distribute treats from the trunks of their cars. For further information or to volunteer, please contact Mike Seymour at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unified Interfaith Community Coalition of Beaufort - St. Mark's is a founding parish and active member of UICC, an inter-racial, interfaith group whose statement of purpose is "To foster inter-religious dialogue, understanding, and cooperation in the Beaufort area among those inspired by religious commitment; to encourage all to move beyond prejudice and bias, be it historical, cultural, social or theological; to model a spirit of cooperation with all people in promoting peace, justice, harmony, human rights and respect for all of creation." For more information on UICC, please contact Carter Hoyt at email@example.com.