WELCOME TO OUR NEW DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION!

WE WELCOME SARAH CRAVEN AS OUR NEW DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION – Sarah was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is an avid Steelers fan!  After attending Eastern University in Philadelphia where she earned a BA is Youth Ministry/ Communications, she moved to Charleston to begin working in the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina.  She met her husband, Chris, while at her first position at St. Thomas, North Charleston and they have been married for 16 years. Together they have three children, Jonathan (11) and Abigail and Shiloh (9). You can usually find the family either at the soccer fields or in the dance studio. Sarah and her family are very excited about their new adventure in the Presbyterian Church. Sarah enjoys gardening, reading and generally being outside whether it be camping or at the beach.

2019 Tea Room

The "Seconds, Please" Tea Room is an annual lunch and dessert open to the public in conjunction with the Spoleto Festival Craft Fair in Wragg Square. The menu includes tomato pie, quiche, she-crab soup, and the pastor's sour cream apple pie and many other delicious homemade sandwich, soup, and dessert offerings.  The Tea Room benefits the Second Presbyterian Church of Charleston missions program.

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Join us May 24th, 25th & 26th for lunch, dessert & tea.

Friday & Saturday from 11:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Sunday from 12:30 - 3:00 p.m.


WE NEED YOU to make it a success, as you have since 2006! It takes 25-30 people per day to staff Tea Room. On Prep Days 12-14 people are working to get things ready. We need people for staff, for prep and we need our wonderful bakers to prepare our homemade desserts. Please consider your contribution to our Tea Room by volunteering your time in some way.


We would love to see you there! Please spread the word and invite family & friends to come join us for FUN, FOOD & FELLOWSHIP!

Sign up to volunteer!

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