For SC Episcopalians, a break from lifelong homes
Beyond the headlines, the story of the Diocese of South Carolina's split from the national Episcopal church is the story of people like Rebecca Lovelace.
For most of her 64 years, she worshipped at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in this quiet farming town and bedroom community about a dozen miles from the high-rise condominiums of Myrtle Beach.
That was until about three months ago, when Lovelace and a small group of other parishioners decided they could not go along when their church followed the Diocese of South Carolina in breaking ties with the national church over ordination of gays and other issues ...
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