Bishop Chip Edgar

May 29, 2024

Brothers and Sisters of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina,

Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and our Lord Jesus Christ, who

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Cindy Larsen with young friends in Uganda

In early August of this year, the Rev. Cindy Larsen will travel to Uganda to represent the ADOSC at the consecration of the new Bishop in the Bunyoro-Kitara Diocese.

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Land for Camp Jubilee

Camp Jubilee is celebrating passing the $2M mark for pledges and donations, which is 56% of our $3.8M goal. So far over 110 donors, including 17 parishes, have generously

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Taylor Daniel and Ted McNabb chat before the Holy Eucharist Service during Convention

Bishop Chip Edgar called the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina to exercise hospitality in his address to the 2024 Convention. The event, which drew more than 300 clergy,

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Diocesan Logo

Bishop Chip Edgar introduced the new Diocesan seal during the Diocesan Convention on March 8, 2024, at the Cross Schools in Bluffton. In the visual presentation each of the

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Jesus Christ: The Same Yesterday, today and forever

The 2024 Convention of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina, which will be held March 8-9, promises to be a joyful event of worshiping our Lord, fellowshipping in His

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The Rev. Canon Bob Lawrence

This past January, Bishop Chip Edgar, recognizing the important work the Rev. Bob Lawrence is and has been doing in world missions, appointed him to serve as the Diocesan

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Deacons gather following ordination, photo: Ginnie Raines

“From the moment I entered the cathedral, my heart soared with joy,” said the now-Rev. Scott Poelker, one of seven ordained to the diaconate at the Cathedral of St.

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Jerusalem cross on maroon

Dear Brothers and Sisters of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina,

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

Most of you will not have

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The Rev. Canon Mike Malone

We give thanks for the life and ministry of the Rev. Canon Michael T. Malone. Mike died on Sunday, December 31, 2023.

A funeral service to honor his

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