[Magdalen] Annual Report, Good Shepherd, Summerville, SC

Ginga Wilder gingawilder at gmail.com
Mon Feb 10 21:34:06 UTC 2020

Roger, Good Shepherd is flourishing.  Whatever the court does not do, we
have never let that stop us.  We will have to put a second service in soon
as we've recently had more worshipers than chairs to seat them.  Always on
our discussion table is the possibility of a new worship space.  We won't
wait on the courts for this, I don't think.  I am no longer in any office
parish or diocesan, but I am on staff.  Good Shepherd is moving forward as
a healthy congregation.  To be caught in the Lawrence web would kill our
spirit.  Bishop Lawrence's schism has nothing to do with God.


On Mon, Feb 10, 2020 at 4:22 PM Roger Stokes via Magdalen <
magdalen at herberthouse.org> wrote:

> Hello back from me and I notice that Good Shepherd has two
> representatives on the Search Committee for a new bishop for the
> diocese. The FB posts suggests that the parish is still in good heart as
> the State Court continues to do nothing about implementing the
> restoration of property.
> Roger
> On 10/02/2020 15:55, Ginga Wilder wrote:
> > Some of you still have interest in keeping up with the parish
> Episcopalians
> > formed in Summerville, SC following the 2012 schism in the diocese.  The
> > litigation continues, and we flourish.  Our priest looks to the future
> and
> > speaks to the parish of our Gospel Hope!  Alleluia!!
> >
> > Enjoy and hello to Roger.
> > Ginga
> >
> >
> http://episcopalchurchofgoodshep-summerville.libsyn.com/02-09-2020-sermon-father-dow-sanderson

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