Diocesan Convention is the legislative body of the diocese. Elected lay representatives from each congregation, all canonically resident clergy, and selected youth from around the diocese attend as delegates to the Convention.
During Convention each year, various diocesan officers are elected, and other key diocesan leadership positions are either elected or appointed. The Convention adopts the annual Statement of Mission and considers other matters related to the mission and operation of the diocese.
All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
April 11, 2022
Dear Clergy of the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina,
With prayers of thanksgiving for our bishop, clergy (active and retired), parishes and missions, it gives me great pleasure to offer the official “Call to Convention for the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina.”
In accordance with Title I: Canon 3.1a of the Canons of the Diocese, notice is h…Read More »
Clergy and Spouses are invited to dinner Friday, November 5, 6:30 PM at Christ Church, Greenville to celebrate the ministry of Andrew and Mary Waldo. To register, visit Celebration for Andrew and Mary Waldo (wufoo.com).
Dear Clergy and Delegates to Diocesan Convention,
As we prepare for the 99th Diocesan Co…Read More »
The 98th Annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina will take place on November 7. Details on the virtual webinar platform will be provided to clergy and delegates, and guests are invited to join us on Facebook Live.Read More »
The 97th Annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina took place on November 8-9, 2019 at Christ Church, Greenville, South Carolina.Read More »
The 96th Annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina took place on November 2-3, 2018, at Trinity Cathedral in Columbia, South Carolina.Read More »
The Diocesan Journal is a valuable resource for clergy and delegates to Diocesan Convention. It comprises reports from our diocesan institutions, committees, commissions, program groups, and mission congregations and provides the most comprehensive summary available of the ministries, accomplishments, and goals of groups and organizations that make up our diocese.Read More »