TEAM Men’s Ministry

We are thrilled to announce that Church of Our Saviour is starting a new life application Men’s Ministry called TEAM (Teaching, Equipping, Affirming Men for Spiritual Leadership). As men, we feel the responsibilities and pressures of work, marriage, parenting, grandparenting, community service, etc. As these issues arise, our attention to our spiritual lives can begin to fall in the list of priorities. This is why we’re starting our TEAM ministry. We will be using a Bible-based curriculum that focuses on issues important to men. It is intended to be a place where men can engage in a small group conversation and true spiritual friendship. Weekly we will study biblical truth, address specific issues we face today, and help equip one another to lead in our homes and community.

TEAM ministry is not just for the men of Our Saviour. Please feel free to invite a neighbor, friend, golf buddy or tennis teammate to join TEAM! See you on May 2nd!

“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” – Proverbs 27:17


Java with Jimmy

While sipping coffee, community members are invited to have a casual conversation with KICA Chief Operating Officer Jimmy Bailey. Along with general conversation, Jimmy will dive into an important community topic giving members a thorough overview and providing the chance to ask questions.

This event is livestreamed.


Sea Island Parkinson’s Support Group

The Sea Islands Parkinson’s Support Group (SIPS) meets at the Holy Spirit Family Center once per month on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Those diagnosed with PD, whether full- or part-time residents, as well as their Care Partners are welcome. Sessions will be informal, with perhaps a guest speaker from time-to-time.

Sessions are open to all, although the main focus is on residents of Kiawah, Seabrook, Johns and Wadmalaw islands. There are no dues, and RSVPs are not required.

Dec. 18
Jan. 16, 2020
Feb. 20, 2020
March 19, 2020
April 16, 2020
May 21, 2020


Our World

Understanding the US Relationship with Saudi Arabia

With more than 35 years as a top Foreign Service officer with key responsibilities in South Asia and the Middle East, Al Thibault returns to Kiawah to update residents on the complicated and increasingly challenging relationship with Saudi Arabia: how does the US react to Saudi Arabia, a place where we have few shared values but many shared interests.

A light selection of wine and cheese will be provided and members are encouraged to interact with speakers following their discussions. Unless otherwise indicated, all presentations are held at 3 p.m. at The Sandcastle. To attend, RSVP to sandcastle@kica.us.