Clergy & Congregations
In our tradition, the diocese is the local form of the Church. Our role is to support and resource our clergy and congregations as we all participate in God's mission in our local communities.
Each year, we ask that congregations update various contact information so that we can maintain an accurate database. We also use these contact groups to send out important emails relevant to respective areas. If you have any problems with these forms, please contact [email protected]g
Update Your Information
To update your contact information, please complete this form.
Clergy and Church Directories
- Clergy Web Directory (July 2019)
- EDUSC Clergy Directory (Password Protected, July 2019)
- Supply Clergy Directory (July 2019)
Eucharistic Minister Training
Priests can do their own training for Eucharistic Ministers. Once completed, send the Licensed Ministri…Read More »
ECF Vital Practices
ECF Vital Practices offers vestry members and other congregational leaders the resources and tools to respond to the changing needs of the Church.
Visit the ECF VItal Practices website at www.ecfvp.org
The Episcopal Network For Stewardship
TENS is an association of church leaders who understand, practice, and proclaim God’s call to generosity and financial s…
Note: When you provide a check as payment to the Diocese, you authorize us either to use information from your check to make a one-time electronic fund transfer from your account or to process the payment as a check transaction.
Statement of Mission
Below you will find the 2020 SOM Timeline, Application and Spreadsheet Template. Please read the timeline carefully. Also note that an…Read More »
Check out the resources below to assist in daily prayer or corporate worship:
- Daily Prayer (by Forward Movement)
- The Book of Common Prayer (Spanish version available here)
- Revised Common Lectionary
- Book of Occasional Services (Spanish version available here)
- Lesser Feasts and Fasts
- Great Cloud of Witnesses
See the resources below to prepare for t…Read More »
As we continue to monitor the uncertain track of Hurricane Dorian, we are in contact with Episcopal Relief and Development, other dioceses, and relief organizations along the coast to determine the best ways to help before, during, and after the storm.
As the storm gets closer and we know more, we will be in touch if there are ways we as a diocese can respond.
If you need any ass…Read More »