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Lawrence Preaches at Clergy Renewal of Vows Service
Bishop Mark Lawrence cautioned the clergy about “doing more for God while spending precious little time with God” in his sermon at the Clergy Renewal of Vows service held April 6 at the Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul, in Charleston. “We are doing more and enjoying it less,” he said. “Rare is the priest who doesn’t take it as a compliment when someone says, ‘You are the busiest person I know.‘”
226th Convention Summary: Diocese Votes to Affiliate with ACNA
Listen to the Bishop's address, the Convention sermon, view the videos and the convention photo album in the Convention media collection..
“What a simply wonderful, uplifting, exciting and spiritually led convention,” said John Benson, a lay-delegate from Prince George Winyah, Georgetown. “I was enriched by the workshops, Friday's service, the uniting sermon and, of course, the working of the Holy Spirit throughout the Saturday convention. Archbishop Foley Beach's appearance was the icing on the cake.”
Diocese of South Carolina Votes to Affiliate with the 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 his address to the convention. “I believe God has called us to this and I believe we will find a deeper richness in our vocation; fuller fellowship in the Spirit; a more zealous thrust in mission. But most of all, I believe a door will be opened, the fresh winds of the Spirit will blow, and a caged eagle will soar.”
Affiliation with the ACNA brings the Diocese into full communion with an organization of 111,853 members in 966 churches and 32 dioceses spread across Canada, the United States, and Mexico.
Ten Reasons Why I am for Affiliation with ACNA: Bishop Lawrence's Address to the 226th Convention of the Diocese of South Carolina
The following address was delivered by the Rt. Rev. Mark J. Lawrence XIV Bishop of South Carolina, at the 226th Convention of the Diocese of South Carolina held at St. Paul’s Church, Summerville on March 11, 2017. Note: this printed version varies from the audio version. Listen to the sermon.
An Invitation to a Holy Lent from Bishop Mark Lawrence
When was the last time you examined your spiritual "equipment," to see what kind of shape it was in? In this brief Lenten video Bishop Mark Lawrence invites us to take time for spiritual examination, reflection, prayer and repentance..
He urges us to set aside 20-30 minutes and go off to a “lonely place” with a pad and pencil, our Bible and prayer book and ask God, through is Holy Spirit, to search us and know us – to shine a light on those areas he wants to transform.
Daffodil Garden Planted in Honor of the Rev. Bob H...
Fr. Bob Horowitz was surprised by the St. Jude's Church family by the planting of a daffodil garden in his honor after services on December 11
Echols Appointed Adjunct Professor of Old Testamen...
Cummins Theological Seminary in Summerville is pleased to announce the appointment of the Rev. Dr. Charles L. Echols as a new Adjunct Professor of Old [ ... ]latest news+ Full Story