Family Christmas Photo of the Edgars

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year…,” and Andy Williams isn’t the only one who thinks so. A lot of people find Christmas to be a season when

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Shelter Beds at Holy Comforter Sumter

The Church of the Holy Comforter, Sumter, is opening its doors providing shelter to the area’s homeless this winter. The church has been welcoming from 7 to 12 guests

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St. David's Last Service in Church Building

Rectory Secured for the Varnadores

On November 29th the Development Fund Board approved a $25,000 grant to St. David’s, Cheraw, which, combined with funds from St. David’s, enabled them to

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The Rev. Marshall Huey, The Rev, Jimmy Gallant and Bishop Chip Edgar

At a brief ceremony on November 30 at Old St. Andrew’s Church, Charleston, Bishop Chip Edgar presented the Rev. Jimmy Gallant and representatives of his congregation with the deed

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delegates voting

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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St. Matthew's, Fort Motte, at Easter taken by Steve Pittman

“Thanks be to God! He has heard your prayers! He has answered your prayers!” With these words, the Rev. Janet Echols, Rector of St. Matthew’s, Fort Motte, announced on

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Chris and Catherine Warner following Election

Woodbridge, VA (October 15, 2022) – The clergy and lay delegates of the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic (DOMA) elected on the second ballot the Rev. Chris Warner

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Bishop Chip Edgar

By The Rt Revd Chip Edgar, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina

In the past several years, our Diocese’s commitment to church planting for the growth and vitality

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Dave Wright & Peter Rothermel

As we transition to a season where the coordination of diocesan ministries is carried out by canons rather than full-time ministry staff, we want to take time to

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Jerusalem Cross

In the past several years, our Diocese’s commitment to church planting for the growth and vitality of the church has been steadily increasing.

That’s due, in no small part to

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