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Introducing Janie and Dallas Wilson

Citadel Square is led by a vision for life on life discipleship in the context of biblical community with an all people's mindset.This vision is realized best through relationships that lead to strategic partnerships.Dallas Janie Wilson have lived and served among the Charleston's Eastside community for 40+ years.Several of our leaders and members have had the privilege o...

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Loving our Neighbors

Over the past few weeks, Drew Erica Jeffrey shared a burden with their Community Group for those who have no shelter, specifically our Sunday morning neighbors who call Marion Square their home. So last Sunday, they coordinated the collection of coats, blankets and containers of soup to take across the street to any who were in need. We were all a bit anxious and unc...

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Pastoral Thoughts on Recent Tragedies

The brokenness of our human depravity brings about injustices between one another, between people and races, and between authorities and those subject to their power. Tragedy brings out the deep realities that I pray we all get our hearts and minds around: To empathize and not only sympathize We must grieve with those who are grieving and enter into the pain of their los...

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We're Moving!

Dear Centerpoint family, I rejoice to announce that Citadel Square Baptist Church is officially inviting us to share space with them this summer beginning Sunday, June 5. This relocation will allow us to provide a safe and secure environment for our children as the classrooms at Burke High School are being renovated. Additionally, we will be able to participate in shared ...

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Engaging Gospel Relationships

As a new church plant approaching our second year, Centerpoint Church is still taking notes on the front row on how to be a people who are mobilized as missionary disciples where we live, work and play. So how are we seeking to live with Gospel intentionality and be the church Monday through Saturday? Gospel Culture Our vision is knowing Jesus, building community and eng...

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How to Help Flood Victims

Three Ways to Help Flood Victims Help Families in NeedCenterpoint is connected with families who have been affected by the recent flood, including one family who has been entirely displaced from their home. You can help by assisting financially or donating other needed items like clothing and furniture. Contact us if you would like to help these families. Give to SC Disa...

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“What shall we say to these things?...”

"What shall we say to these things?..." There is a groaning by which human words cannot utter of the grief and sorrow that comes with such deep pain over the tragedy in our city. Yet our sorrow is mingled with hope in knowing that only God can sovereignly work all these things together for our good and for His glory. (Romans 8:28) As Centerpoint Church grieves with the E...

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A Call to Prayer for Emanuel AME Church

A Call to Prayer Our church is grieving over the tragic deaths thatoccurred onJune 17 at Emanuel AMEChurch. Please join us in praying over this horrific tragedy. You can specifically pray for: - Peace for Emmanuel AME Church and their members- Comfort for the victims' families and loved ones- Healing andreconciliationfor our community- Grace for Law Enforcement to deal ...

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