The Anglican Ministry at The Citadel. All are welcome, no matter your religious preference. We try to provide a relaxed environment for both knobs and upperclassmen.
If you have any questions and want to know more about us, don't hesitate to visit us or message us. We are located on the third floor of Mark Clark Hall, across the hall from the Catholic lounge.
Mission: We exist for those who are not yet here... we invite Cadets to know Christ, keep Cadets connected to Christ, and move Cadets into servant leadership with Christ
Operating as usual
How freakin' cool is this? Cadet Regina Miles's received this after successfully completing OCS this summer. Note the plague mask! We sent two to OCS this summer. Gina Miles and Jennings Woods. We are SO PROUD of both of them not only for completing this demanding task during challenging times, but also for their character, commitment to Christ, and love for the whole St. Alban's family. Congrats! P.S. The Latin phrase could be translated as "He conquers, who endures."
[08/24/20] Howdy friends. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 protocols we are not allowed to welcome non-cadet guests. We're working on upping our tech game so we can bring our services to you, but until then know we miss you and look forward to the day when we can all worship together again. In the mean time, please pray for us and we will be diligent in praying for you!
Sadly, St. Alban's Anglican Chapel was unable to meet in person this past Sunday. We are planning meeting in person this coming Sunday (Aug 16) and beginning our regular Monday evening worship meetings the following Monday evening. You can click through and see some familiar faces singing songs, reading scripture, praying and preaching! We at St. Alban's look forward to meeting new cadets and seeing our old friends soon!
stacitadel.org St. Alban’s Anglican Chapel meets for worship every Monday evening...
Friendship is not only salve to the soul, good for mental, emotional, and even physical health, but it is also a civic good. Friendship can provide a door through which we can pass to educate ourselves on the experiences of others, particularly those whose skin color, background, gender, and opportunities have given them tangibly different experiences than our own. The article below shares the experiences of distinguished Citadel graduates, two of whom I've been privileged to call classmates and friends for 20 (yikes!) years.
postandcourier.com Four former Citadel athletes talk about being young black men in America.
Congratulations on finishing another year, even in these strange times! And a special congratulations to our seniors. I look forward to celebrating in person when this whole thing is over!
stacitadel.org I’d like to talk with you about how the Gospel...
What does it mean to celebrate Easter season during times such as these? Click through for sermon audio and full text.
stacitadel.org In his little book The Hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote: “It...
Devotions to help you observe, remember, and celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus. Scripture readings matched with music from Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, and John Prine. Click through and enjoy!
Christianity, a guide for the skeptic and spiritually curious is way for our St. Alban’s Anglican community to continue to invest in our Christian faith during time away from the college. This week we look at faith in God, the everlasting, ever present, infinitely powerful, wise, and good. Click through to watch the video and access the reading!
stacitadel.org What does it mean to have faith in God? What do we mean when we say God? These and other questions are explored in this short video.
Christianity, a guide for the skeptic and spiritually curious is way for our St. Alban’s Anglican community to continue to invest in our Christian faith during time away from the college. Each week we’ll publish a new video along with questions to explore on your own, with friends and family, or with your St. Alban’s small group online. Click through the link below to see the video and access an extended conversation on the nature of faith, doubt, and the importance of understanding faith "from the inside."
stacitadel.org What is faith? What are common misconceptions about faith? And how can we enter into a life of spiritual faith?
St. Alban's Anglican took 90 college students to Blufton, SC. We were hosted by our amazing friends at Church of the Cross, Blufton.
Our cadets were deeply impacted by this sermon, preached by Tripp Koon at St. Alban's Anglican Chapel. Follow the link to read it for yourself!
stacitadel.org Preached by Tripp Koon on Sept. 9, 2019 at St....
We are entirely dependent upon others to raise our full budget every year. We are graciously invited to visit churches, preach, and share the good work of St. Albans to raise support. This past weekend we visited the awesome people of St. Timothy’s in Cain Bay. Thanks for your hospitality! What an amazing church! If you’re in the Cain Bay Area, check them out.
First regular Monday evening worship. Marched our new knobs to chapel after mess. 150 cadets overflowed St Albans chapel into main sanctuary. Pray God raises up help for this wonderful problem!
We had 100 bulletins and ran out. Thanks to all the cadet leaders and volunteers that acted quickly to help us welcome more than we expected! Hell week is done and dusted. See you tomorrow night at chapel!
Guest evaluator for an Honor Code briefing. As the former Chairman of the Honor Committee, this is near and dear to my heart. The presenters (including a St Alban’s cadet!) did a phenomenal job.
Nice to see many of the young men and young women we met at worship this past Sunday still looking good and ready to rock! @ Chapel orientation. (and by "looking good" I mean "knob good." Sleepy, stinky, and mildly shocked)
Being the Chaplain at St Alban’s means I keep strange hours. Arrived at El CID yesterday at 0330. Took this pic shortly after “Hell Morning,” which began around 0440. After the intro to the 4th Class system they went to the deck to PT. I was proud of the event, which was a little different but looked very demanding. And I was happy we could be there to represent St. Alban's. God so loved the world he sent his Son. God still loves the world so he sends us. We were there.
Great to see the incoming class at worship this past Sunday! Thanks to cadet leadership and volunteers for helping us welcome these young men and young women!
[08/16/19] Our chaplain and cadet leadership look forward to meeting The Citadel's newest 4th class at "The Gathering" tonight (1730 in Summerall Chapel). Look for us in Buyer Hall after this event. We'll have cadets ready to give you a tour up to the St. Alban's lounge!
Thanks Danny and Susan MacDonald! We love the new Bibles!
[03/11/19] This is mainly for our kind friends that worship with cadets on Monday nights at St. Alban's. We are not meeting this evening. The cadets are on Spring Break. We'll see you next Monday!
[02/14/19] Video of Baptisms and reaffirmations of faith at our St. Alban's Winter retreat
Feb 13th 1330. Little waiting time. Come keep me company and help out! MCH. They’ll be here till 1700.
Photos from our Winter retreat. Many thanks Lilly Laden for the great photos!
Photos from our Winter retreat. Many thanks Lilly Laden for the great photos!
Register for our winter retreat here!
stacitadel.org St. Alban’s Spring Retreat will be held Feb 8-10 2019 at Asbury Hills Retreat Center in the Blue Ridge Mountains of South Carolina. 2 Nights and 4 Meals are included with the cost of $80. If you’re a Citadel Cadet, we’d love to have you join us. In addition to having a fun time of relaxing and...
Check out our latest Mail Call! Mail Call is St. Alban's quarterly newsletter. In this edition: a recap of our fall retreat, meet the new women's minister, an advent devotional from our seminarian, and more!
A few photos (more to come!) from our last chapel service of the semester!
The famed author J.R.R. Tolkien coined a word to describe the undoing of tragic events in fairy tales. Joining the two words eucharist (thanksgiving in Greek) and catastrophe, Tolkien said these sudden and surprising turns were a eucatastrophe. Jesus’ advent is a catastrophic event for the powers of sin, death, hell and the devil. But because this is a good catastrophe, it’s eucatastrophic. Preached by Rob Sturdy on Dec 3rd at St. Alban’s Anglican Chapel.
stacitadel.org The famed author J.R.R. Tolkien coined a word to describe the undoing of tragic events in fairy tales. Joining the two words eucharist (thanksgiving in Greek) and catastrophe, Tolkien said these sudden and surprising turns were a eucatastrophe. Jesus’ advent is a catastrophic event for the powers ...
Final chapel of the year with cadets and friends! We are grateful for all you do for us!
Why does it seem despite all our progress, all our technology, and all our best intentions humanity seems to perpetually undermine itself? The Bible asks this question on almost every page, and the Apostle Paul has a particularly pointed answer in his Letter to the Romans. He wrote “all are under the power of sin.” Our best religions and our best philosophies are powerless to stop it. The only remedy is outside help. Preached by Rob Sturdy on Nov 26th at St. Alban’s Anglican Chapel.
stacitadel.org Why does it seem despite all our progress, all our technology, and all our best intentions humanity seems to perpetually undermine itself? The Bible asks this question on almost every page, and the Apostle Paul has a particularly pointed answer in his Letter to the Romans. He wrote “all are under ...
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Cadet Elijah Melendez shares how he came to Christ and how St. Alban's gives him opportunities to grow and serve.
Prayers ascending. Hope y’all feel better!
You can listen to sermons preached at St. Alban's Anglican Chapel! Follow the link:
stacitadel.org The following message was preached by Chaplain Rob Sturdy at St. Alban’s Anglican Chapel. Show your support for this ministry by clicking here. https://stacitadel.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/tomans-1.16-17-1.mp3
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The 65th Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference will be hosted by the College of Charleston's School of Languages, Cultures & World Affairs.
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To compete in annual ethics bowl competitions, and utilize practice to develop the ethical skill set of members.