SC Supreme Court denies motions for rehearing and recusal in TEC case

Nov 21, 2017 by

by Jim Lewis, Anglican Ink: Today the Diocese of South Carolina (Diocese) was informed by mail that the South Carolina Supreme Court denied its motions filed for Rehearing and Recusal in its ruling in Appellate Case No. 2015-000622.  Doing so finalized a sharply divided ruling that could deprive...

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South Carolina Supreme Court issues ruling in church property case

Aug 3, 2017 by

By Mary Frances Schjonberg, ENS: In a complex ruling Aug. 2 the South Carolina Supreme Court said that most but not all the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina congregations whose leaders left the Episcopal Church could not continue to hold on to the church property. The justices said 29 of the...

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Provincial Council Enthusiastically Welcomes the Diocese of South Carolina

Jul 1, 2017 by

from ACNA: Meeting in Wheaton, Illinois for Assembly 2017, the Provincial Council unanimously voted in favor of accepting the Diocese of South Carolina into the Anglican Church in North America. Delegates stood in applause after the vote was taken, and the diocesan delegation was officially...

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The Diocese of South Carolina & the Anglican Church in North America

Mar 15, 2017 by

by Canon Philip Ashey, AAC: On behalf of the American Anglican Council I congratulate the Diocese of South Carolina -their Bishop +Mark Lawrence, assisting Bishops +Fitz Allison, +Alex Dickson and +Alden Hathaway, their clergy and all members of the Diocese – on their unanimous decision in...

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Diocese of South Carolina Votes to Affiliate with the ACNA

Mar 12, 2017 by

Today at its 226th Annual Convention, the Diocese of South Carolina voted unanimously to affiliate with the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). “I cast my vote to affiliate with the ACNA with eager and expectant faith,” said the Rt. Rev. Mark J. Lawrence, the 14th Bishop of South Carolina in...

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Breakaway South Carolina Diocese Joining Anglican Church in North America

Mar 2, 2017 by

by Michael Gryboski, Christian Post: A diocese that broke away from The Episcopal Church partly over ideological differences will be joining the theologically conservative Anglican Church in North America. The Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina, which voted to leave The Episcopal Church back in...

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