Where in the world is the ADOSC?

Landrover in Africa

The Anglican Diocese of South Carolina has relationships with churches and organizations all over the world. This summer we’re keeping a running list of where people throughout our diocese are serving, and where we have established connections

Summer Travels

July 7-17: St. Helena’s, Beaufort, St. Paul’s, Summerville, and Prince George Winyah, Georgetown sent a 15 member team with the Rev. Fred Onyango to visit Emmanuel Parish, Kisumu, Kenya. Emmanuel is part of the Diocese of Maseno South, Kenya.

July 17-23: Christ the King, Pawleys Island, will send a few of their high school students and parents to join Prince George Winyah on their youth mission trip to Daystar Bible Church in Abaco Islands, Bahamas.

June 24-July 1 and July 1-8: Church of the Holy Cross, Sullivan’s Island and Daniel Island will send teams to Tegucigalpa, Honduras to serve with LAMB. There they will help construct additional playground equipment for the school, assist in building metal benches and picnic tables at the children’s home and play with the kids and babies and the children’s home.

St. Philip’s recently sent a youth team to  serve in Honduras with Water Mission

Serving Full-time with Roots in the ADOSC

  • The Rev. Tabitha Wang is serving in Khentii Mongolia with YWAM
  • The Rev. Jeff Jacobs is serving in Egypt as Priest with an English-speaking congregation at All Saints Cathedral in the Diocese of Egypt, working with SAMS
  • The Rev. Roger Griffin and his wife, Joanne serve in Mexico, where he is the Dean of Mexico for the ACNA Diocese of the Southwest
  • The Rev. Suzy McCall serves in Tegucigalpa, Honduras


Where in the world have you been praying for or serving? Send us good news of the Good News being shared. This list is just a small glimpse of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina’s work in the world!