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Continuing The Conversation
April 27, 2010

Episcopal Forum - Sunday - May 2 - Florence, SC - 3 to 5 PM

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FLORENCE EFSC FORUM - Sunday, May 2, 2010 ..... 3 PM – 5 PM
Directions to Florence Forum
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FLORENCE EFSC FORUM - Sunday, May 2, 2010 ..... 3 PM – 5 PM
•No Registration Required • • • No Charge for Forum

Sunday, May 2, 2010
3 PM – 5 PM
Florence County Public Library
509 S. Dargan Street
Florence, SC

A panel of lay people and clergy will discuss issues which are important to all Episcopalians after viewing video clips from the 3/6/10 Enthusiastically Episcopalian Conference conference with Frank Wade.

• There is an Enthusiastically Episcopal Church out there.
• House of Bishops meeting actions/reports.
• Diocese of SC Convention actions/reports.
• Implications of St. Andrews vote to leave TEC
• The Diocesan leadership's stated position on these issues.
• Activities of The Episcopal Forum of SC.

All Are Welcome • Bring Your Questions • Bring Your Friends

No Registration Required • No Charge for Forum

The Enthusiastically Episcopalian Conference explored the positive, affirmative perspective of being a joyful member of The Episcopal Church in spite of the disassociation rhetoric and tension within the Diocese of SC.

The Rev. Dr. Frank Wade, a respected leader in the Episcopal Church for over 40 years, shared good news of the mission and ministry of The Episcopal Church. He was also a keynote speaker at the EFSC conference held on November, 2007. A copy of his presentation notes can be read at the link below.

A spirited panel discussion with Q & A, "What in The world is Going on in The Diocese of SC", follow the presentation. A DVD of the conference will be available at these Forums

The Rev. Dr. Frank Wade is a prominent speaker and consultant. An Episcopal priest since 1966, he is a graduate of The Citadel and Virginia Theological Seminary. After serving congregations in his native West Virginia for 17 years, he was called as rector of St. Alban’s, Washington, DC, where he served from 1983 until his retirement in 2005. At the 2000 and 2009 General Conventions, he served as chaplain to the House of Deputies.

He teaches in the doctoral program at Virginia Theological Seminary and at the General Theological Seminary as adjunct professor of pastoral theology. He is the author of The Art of Being Together: Common Sense About Life Long Relationships. Information Flyer for Enthusiastically Episcopalian.


FLORENCE EFSC Forum Flyer

Directions to Florence Forum
The Forum will be held the Florence County Public Library. See map and link below for more directions.

Sunday, May 2, 2010
3 PM – 5 PM
Florence County Public Library
509 S. Dargan Street
Florence, SC
Directions to FLORENCE Forum

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