Jan 11, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Post and Courier
When Bishop Mark Lawrence announced in October he had left The Episcopal Church, along with a large number of the faithful from parishes and institutions across the Diocese of South Carolina, those worshippers who remained loyal to the church were left without leadership ...
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'Leaders of the continuing diocese say at least 19 parishes and missions out of a total of 71, and six worship communities (typically groups from breakaway parishes) have indicated they are staying with The Episcopal Church. Others remain in a discernment period. Many more have decided to align with Lawrence: delegates from 49 parishes and missions voted to affirm disassociation from The Episcopal Church at a November convention organized by the breakaway diocese.'
FROM THE ARTICLE.
Currently, at least 19 of the Diocese's 74 parishes and missions have affirmed their continuing participation in the Episcopal Church, while another 18 have taken no action to leave with Lawrence. About one-third of the canonically resident clergy in the Diocese have indicated they are leaving with Lawrence, though it is not clear how many have actually done anything about it.
From the SC diocese homepage....
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