[Magdalen] Prayer request

Ginga Wilder gingawilder at gmail.com
Sat Oct 19 18:36:49 UTC 2019

Hello Ferdinand,
Thank you so much for letting me know this.

The priest-in-charge of Good Shepherd, Summerville us Fr. Dow Sanderson.
He came to Good Shepherd in July 2016, after retiring as the rector of Holy
Communion for 17 years.  Holy Communion is dubbed 'the high church in the
low country.'  Fr. Jeff Richardson was recently instituted as the new
rector at Holy Communion.  Both Dow and Jeff are dear, dear men.  Holy
Communion chose to stay in The Episcopal Church, and in so doing lost a
huge number of parishioners....part of the brokenness that came across the
diocese with the schism.  Fr. Dow has lifted Good Shepherd a bit, but our
tradition is pretty low church.  He is an excellent match for our parish.

Ginga Wilder

On Sat, Oct 19, 2019 at 2:02 PM Ferdinand von Prondzynski (Emeritus) <
f.von-prondzynski at rgu.ac.uk> wrote:

> Sorry, I know this thread has kind of closed, but when it was running I
> was just in SC as it happens, and attended Mass at the Church of the Holy
> Communion in Charleston, a very Catholic church that stayed in the US
> Episcopal Church.
> So what is the mediation designed to do - just deal with property issues,
> or is there a broader objective?
> Ferdinand
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