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Bishop Lawrence's Visitation Schedule PDF Print E-mail


Information about the 2013 Schedule

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

Just a word about how we arrive at this schedule each year. We are faced with an interesting issue, in that there are 52 Sundays in each year, and over 70 parishes and missions to visit. We also have to take into consideration additional commitments outside the Diocese (House of Bishops, General Convention, etc). So we have devised a system of “Annual-18 month-3 year” visitations.

Some parishes are scheduled as an annual visit, due to their size and need for confirming large confirmation classes. Other parishes and missions are on an 18-month visitation cycle, and still others are visited every 3 years. If your parish or mission is not listed on this next year’s visitation schedule, it is most likely scheduled for a visitation for early 2013.
Nevertheless, I am happy to arrange a Sunday afternoon or evening visitation, or a mid-week visitation.

Please contact Beth Snyder, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , to make those requests for the new year.

Faithfully Yours,

+Mark J. Lawrence
South Carolina

Download a printable version of the 2013 visitation schedule.



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