The Diocese of Upper South Carolina is part of the The Episcopal Church, the only province of the Anglican Communion in the United States.
We are a diocese committed to renewal, to sharing the faith that has changed our lives, and to increasing diversity among our ranks. In so doing, we celebrate and affirm the broad Anglican tradition, which welcomes seekers, embraces inquiry, and offers a wide variety of worship styles grounded and unified by the liturgy in our Book of Common Prayer.
The Right Reverend W. Andrew Waldo is the Eighth Bishop of the Diocese of Upper South Carolina. He was elected in 2009. During his term as bishop, Bishop Waldo has proclaimed and implemented a strategic visioning process, calling parishes and individuals to “make, equip and send mature disciples of Christ.”Read More »
In addition to our 60 worshiping communities, the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina includes several partner institutions.Read More »
The Episcopal Church is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. We are a Christian church, which means we believe in Jesus Christ. We also believe in the Holy Scriptures, as they are understood through reason and tradition as the living Word of God.Read More »