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The Rev. Matthew Rivers

“It’s all about the call. It’s all about the message. It’s all about the people.” Those were words the Very Rev. John Burwell, Rector of Church of the Redeemer,

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Grace Anglican parishioner painting

Grace Anglican Parish will begin the Advent season in a new location. They’ve outgrown the Floyd Community Center. Their new location is 10373 Highway 90, Little River. This past

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New Rector Mary Ellen Doran with Bishop Lawrence, Keith Doran and Arthur Jenkins

The Rt. Rev. Mark J. Lawrence, XIV Bishop of South Carolina, instituted the Rev. Mary Ellen Doran as Rector of St. David’s, Cheraw and St. Paul’s, Bennettsville on November

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Orangeburg County Courthouse

Today, November 19, 2018, in the Orangeburg County Courthouse the honorable Edgar Dickson, heard arguments from the Diocese of South Carolina and the Episcopal Church on motions directed to

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The Rev. Matthew Rivers

God willing, on November 27, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. at Saint John’s Chapel, 18 Hanover Street in Charleston, SC, the Rt. Rev. Mark Lawrence will ordain Matthew Rivers to

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gavel

The following message from Bishop Mark Lawrence was sent to the Diocese on November 7, 2018.

Dear Friends,

Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus

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Convention Delegates review nominees

Each year at this time, the Clergy and other leaders of the Diocese are invited to provide suggestions to the Nominating Committee for those positions to be filled at

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Women worshipping at Anglican Women's Conference

By Elizabeth Scott, St. Philip’s Church, Charleston

What does the word “Retreat” bring to mind? A get away? A break? A time for reflection? R & R?

During a recent weekend,

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Stephen Haynsworth

Stephen Haynsworth, a member of St. John’s Parish Church on Johns Island, has accepted a call from Bishop Mark Lawrence to serve as the Diocesan Disaster Preparedness and Relief

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Hurricane Florence

As all are aware, hurricane Florence is anticipated to make landfall along the North Carolina / South Carolina coast in the next few days.  The Diocesan office will be

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