Bishop’s Blog

I’m not a big fan of social media. Very few blogs can keep my interest; too often they feel like you’re listening in on a conversation between friends who

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Bishop Chip Edgar

Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Lent is drawing to a close. And as it does, I’m reminded that Lent has no meaning at all apart from

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Cross and Moon, St. Christopher ©Joy Hunter

Tomorrow we will once again move into the season of Lent. For me, the experience of living the church year—which has sustained my walk with Jesus for all of

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girl praying

Our recent Mere Anglicanism Conference opened with Choral Evensong. I had the privilege of serving as Officiant and Precentor for what was a stunningly beautiful service of prayer. After

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Trinity students talk with professor

If you or someone you know is wondering about a call to ordained ministry, this is a great opportunity. The good folks at Trinity School for Ministry are hosting

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Students at Nashotah House

I got an email today from one of the seminaries I cheer for. Caveat emptor: it isn’t the only seminary I’m all about—I’m for Trinity and for Beeson (and

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Bishop Chip Edgar

Dear Friends,

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 St

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Christ Church Plaque

During my visit to Christ Church, Mt Pleasant last month, we were standing outside the historic Church waiting to process in for the early service, when this plaque caught

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Bishop Chip Edgar

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

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

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Bishop Edgar kneeling before Archbishop Beach

Just a few days after Bishop Chip Edgar’s consecration as Bishop of The Anglican Diocese of South Carolina, I sat down with him for a chat about the experience.

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