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Images at St Michaels Church Charleston

An amazing and very old church
An amazing and very old church
2018 St Michael’s Church is decorated for Advent. The sanctuary is always stunning, as is the narthex. But even the staircase off to the side room gets some love. #chs #historiccharleston #southcarolina #stmichaelschurch #anglican #church #advent #christmasdecorations #historicdowntown #historicbuilding #windowsofinstagram #churchyard #wreath #stairs #architecture #chstoday #southerncharm
Have a Blesses Sunday, Fly Well My Friends #skyeyeimages #church #sunday #bless #blessed #chs #charleston #drone #sc @southstrandnews @littleriverchurch @seacoastchurch @5churchcharleston
Just missing the Xmas lights for this Holy City tree!!! #palmettochristmas #holyholidays #summerinwinter #lookup
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at St Michael’s, and throughout all of downtown Charleston. 🎄❤️
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at St Michael’s, and throughout all of downtown Charleston. 🎄❤️
Rain or shine. Slow & steady. Patience & artistry. Huge respect for Charleston’s sweetgrass basket weavers who battle arthritic aches to tightly coil sweetgrass, pine needles, bullrush, and palms into fanciful and useful designs. They carry on an ancient African tradition brought to these shores via the enslaved in the 17th century, passed down from generation to generation. I gave these ladies a shout-out in my walking tour for Roads & Kingdoms (link in bio), but only a brief one — too much ground to cover in too short a text frame. Although the baskets can be pricey (priced by the hours taken to weave them), I finally bit the bullet and invested in one. I think what motivated me was the discovery of cheap, clunky, imported Asian knock-offs sold in a tourist shop down the coast. That made me cringe! #supportlocal #charleston #sweetgrassbaskets #africanheritage
Rain or shine. Slow & steady. Patience & artistry. Huge respect for Charleston’s sweetgrass basket weavers who battle arthritic aches to tightly coil sweetgrass, pine needles, bullrush, and palms into fanciful and useful designs. They carry on an ancient African tradition brought to these shores via the enslaved in the 17th century, passed down from generation to generation. I gave these ladies a shout-out in my walking tour for Roads & Kingdoms (link in bio), but only a brief one — too much ground to cover in too short a text frame. Although the baskets can be pricey (priced by the hours taken to weave them), I finally bit the bullet and invested in one. I think what motivated me was the discovery of cheap, clunky, imported Asian knock-offs sold in a tourist shop down the coast. That made me cringe! #supportlocal  #charleston  #sweetgrassbaskets  #africanheritage 
Charleston, you may not be home forever, but part of me will forever be yours.
Charleston, you may not be home forever, but part of me will forever be yours.