Our vision is the make, equip, and send mature disciples of Jesus Christ. The path we're on as we follow Jesus is called discipleship. We study the Scriptures and tradition of our faith, we pray and worship, and we participate in God's mission in the world.
Below you'll find information on many of the ways EDUSC offers to help support people in their life in Christ.
As Bishop Waldo has visited congregations these past few years, he's asked each gathering to identify the characteristics of mature discipleship. We've gone through the [hundreds of] responses, and over the next year we'll highlight the top 12 discipleship characteristics that we throughout EDUSC have named.Read More »
As Christians, we are committed to transforming and reconciling the world through relationships with Christ and each other. Join us in God's mission – both in our neighborhoods and around the world.
The purpose of the Christian Formation office in the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina is to serve as a resource to congregations in Making, Equipping and Sending Mature Disciples into the world to Serve Christ not only with our lips, but in our lives.Read More »
In recognition of our baptismal covenant, the Constitution and Canons of the Episcopal Church provide guidelines for ministry of the people of God. The canons require each diocese to make provision for the affirmation and development of the ministry of all baptized persons, including assistance in understanding that all baptized persons are called to minister in Christ's name, to identify their gifts with the help of the Church and to serve Christ’s mission at all times and in all places.Read More »
The Daily Office material below is from the Book of Common Prayer 1979. The material is provided to the EDUSC website by Forward Movement.