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Bishop Holston appoints 2 new district superintendents

Bishop L. Jonathan Holston, resident bishop of the South Carolina Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church, has appointed two new...

Apportionment giving remained strong in 2023

Apportionment giving by South Carolina United Methodists remained strong in 2023 – nearly reaching the 90 percent level. The 2023 rate of...

Bishop’s Holy Land trip postponed

Bishop Holston's trip to the Holy Land, initially scheduled for Feb. 12-25, has been postponed due to the uncertainty in the Middle East....

International African American Museum “shows us the hope of who we are becoming”

CHARLESTON – The International African American Museum tells the unvarnished stories of the African American experience across generations...

SEJ leaders: Reduce number of episcopal areas, elect no bishops in 2024

The Committee on the Episcopacy of the Southeastern Jurisdiction of The United Methodist Church is recommending a reduction in the number...

Regional gatherings set to “share the Salkehatchie story”

Salkehatchie Summer Service leaders have scheduled a series of regional gatherings to give campers and camp leaders a chance to get to...

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Bishop Holston appoints 2 new district superintendents

Bishop L. Jonathan Holston, resident bishop of the South Carolina Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church, has appointed two new...

Apportionment giving remained strong in 2023

Apportionment giving by South Carolina United Methodists remained strong in 2023 – nearly reaching the 90 percent level. The 2023 rate of...

Bishop’s Holy Land trip postponed

Bishop Holston's trip to the Holy Land, initially scheduled for Feb. 12-25, has been postponed due to the uncertainty in the Middle East....

International African American Museum “shows us the hope of who we are becoming”

CHARLESTON – The International African American Museum tells the unvarnished stories of the African American experience across generations...

SEJ leaders: Reduce number of episcopal areas, elect no bishops in 2024

The Committee on the Episcopacy of the Southeastern Jurisdiction of The United Methodist Church is recommending a reduction in the number...

Regional gatherings set to “share the Salkehatchie story”

Salkehatchie Summer Service leaders have scheduled a series of regional gatherings to give campers and camp leaders a chance to get to...

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Bishop Holston appoints 2 new district superintendents

Bishop L. Jonathan Holston, resident bishop of the South Carolina Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church, has appointed two new district superintendents – the Rev. Chris Lollis and the Rev. Jeffrey Salley. Rev. Chris Lollis Rev. Lollis has served as the...

Apportionment giving remained strong in 2023

Apportionment giving by South Carolina United Methodists remained strong in 2023 – nearly reaching the 90 percent level. The 2023 rate of 88.9 percent was down slightly from 89.2 percent in 2022, said Beth Westbury, conference treasurer and director of administrative...

Bishop’s Holy Land trip postponed

Bishop Holston's trip to the Holy Land, initially scheduled for Feb. 12-25, has been postponed due to the uncertainty in the Middle East. Those who have already registered will receive further details via email. Those who desire to register can still do so by clicking...

Regional gatherings set to “share the Salkehatchie story”

Salkehatchie Summer Service leaders have scheduled a series of regional gatherings to give campers and camp leaders a chance to get to know others from around the South Carolina Conference. "The regional gatherings will provide an opportunity, close to home, to...

Bishop Holston appoints 2 new district superintendents

Bishop L. Jonathan Holston, resident bishop of the South Carolina Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church, has appointed two new district superintendents – the Rev. Chris Lollis and the Rev. Jeffrey Salley. Rev. Chris Lollis Rev. Lollis has served as the...

Apportionment giving remained strong in 2023

Apportionment giving by South Carolina United Methodists remained strong in 2023 – nearly reaching the 90 percent level. The 2023 rate of 88.9 percent was down slightly from 89.2 percent in 2022, said Beth Westbury, conference treasurer and director of administrative...

Bishop’s Holy Land trip postponed

Bishop Holston's trip to the Holy Land, initially scheduled for Feb. 12-25, has been postponed due to the uncertainty in the Middle East. Those who have already registered will receive further details via email. Those who desire to register can still do so by clicking...

Regional gatherings set to “share the Salkehatchie story”

Salkehatchie Summer Service leaders have scheduled a series of regional gatherings to give campers and camp leaders a chance to get to know others from around the South Carolina Conference. "The regional gatherings will provide an opportunity, close to home, to...

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