On Saturday, September 17, Bishop Chip Edgar welcomed vocational deacons from across the Diocese to the Cathedral for his first annual Deacons’ Day. Also attending were The Rev. JanetRead more..
Leadership of local dioceses of the ACNA and TEC agree to terms of settlement regarding diocesan property
On Monday, September 26, 2022, the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina (ADOSC) andRead more..
Leadership of local dioceses of The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church in North America agree to terms of settlement in regard to diocesan property
Charleston, SC (September 26, 2022)Read more..
On Tuesday, September 13, 2022, The Rev. Henrietta Rivers was ordained to the sacredRead more..
On September 1, 2022, the Episcopal Church and The Episcopal Church in South Carolina filed a Petition for Reconsideration and Rehearing with the South Carolina Supreme Court askingRead more..
Beginning on Thursday, September 15th, the Diocese will begin welcoming multiple international guests. They are coming as participants in the New Wineskins Conference being held at Ridgecrest, North CarolinaRead more..
Greetings from London where the choir from St Philip’s, together with other voices from around our diocese, are making us proud as the Choir in Residence at StRead more..
Columbia, S.C. (August 17, 2022) – Today, the South Carolina Supreme Court granted petitions for rehearing filed by six of seven parishes of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina.
Please keep the following congregations, their leaders and clergy in your prayers as they move through this season of transition having had their petitions for rehearing denied by theRead more..
More than 200 people joined St. John’s Parish Church for their first worship service at Haut Gap Middle School on July 17. The clergy, staff, and many church membersRead more..