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Nominating Committee Accepting Suggested Nominees PDF Print E-mail
The Clergy and other leaders of the Diocese are invited to provide suggestions to the Nominating Committee for those positions to be filled at the upcoming Diocesan Convention, which, this year, will be held March 8-9, 2013 at the Francis Marion Performing Arts Center in Florence. We have expanded that invitation to participate in the process this year to include a larger representation of diocesan leaders and hope you will give prayerful consideration to those God may be calling to serve the Diocese.



The attached letter contains both a nomination form and a list of those positions to be filled at Convention. Please send your suggestions to the Chairman of the Committee,  by way of This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it in the Diocesan office by January 15th.  The Committee will be convening in January to make its final recommendations for distribution well ahead of Convention.  Working with the suggestions received, and often by further recruitment, the Committee will recommend a slate of nominations to the Convention.

Thanks in advance for your partnership with us in this important work of discernment.
 

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