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Vocational Deacons to be ordained in January


God willing, on Saturday, January 27, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. Bishop Chip Edgar will ordain five individuals to the Sacred Order of Deacons

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Jeremy Shelton, Rector, speaks on new property.

On October 3, 2023 at 9:30 a.m., St. John’s Parish Church closed on a 20-acre parcel of property at 1643 Main Road on Johns Island.

“We are relieved,

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View from Lady's Island property

Charleston, S.C. (September 15, 2023) – The Anglican Diocese of South Carolina is excited to announce they have signed a contract to purchase an 80-acre property on the north

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Little boy in front of Good Shepherd sign

By The Rev. Will Klauber, Rector, Church of the Good Shepherd, Charleston

Charleston S.C. (September 14, 2023) As you may know, early this summer we were informed that the SC

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The Rev. Canon Dr. Frog Orr-Ewing

The Board of the Anglican Leadership Institute is happy to announce that the Rev. Canon Dr. Frog Orr-Ewing has been named as the next Director of the Anglican Leadership

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Anglican Leadership Institute Sept 2023 Cohort

The Anglican Leadership Institute convenes throughout much of September at the FOCUS Study Center in Massachusetts.  The Eleventh session of 15 participants, from 12 different countries arrive September

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The Rev. Rick Belser

We give thanks for the life and ministry of the Rev. Richard “Rick” Irvine Heyward Belser. Rick, who was the beloved rector of St. Michael’s Church, Charleston, for 21

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The Rev. Taylor Daniel

As the new school year begins, the ADOSC is launching a new Anglican campus ministry at the College of Charleston! The Rev. Taylor Daniel has been called to plant

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Hunter Myers, Canon for Student Ministries

Here are some updates from Canon Hunter Myers our Canon for Student Ministries:

Applicants Sought for Youth Commission

The Diocesan Youth Commission is seeking rising high school sophomore-senior applicants for

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FBI Elder Fraud Prevention

Scams seem to arrive at our doorstep every day. They come by email, snail mail, text message, and even phone calls. It never ends, and we all know

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