Enthusiastically Episcopalian Conference -Saturday March 12, 2011 - Register Now!
February 21, 2011

How can we flourish as Enthusiastic Episcopalians in the Diocese of SC?

In This Issue:
Its not too Late To Register
Enthusiastically Episcopalian Conference with Bonnie Anderson, President of TEC House of Deputies
The Rev. Frank Wade
Hon. Byron Rushing
Sally Johnson, JD
Directions to North Charleston Convention Center & Embassy Suites
Embassy Suites Room Reservations
Join The Episcopal Forum
Contact Info
 
Its not too Late To Register
8:00 Registration Begins

8:45 Gather for Eucharist

9:00 Eucharist

The Rev. Canon J. Michael A. Wright, Celebrant
The Hon. Byron Rushing, Homilist

Coffee Break (late arrivers may register during break)

10:30 Reasons to Celebrate Our Past, Present and Future
The Rev. Dr. Frank Wade

11:15 God's Mission Has a Church - Taking Our Places
The Hon. Byron Rushing

12:00 Box lunches

12:45 The Truth about the New Title IV - Its Origins, History and Purposes - Sally Johnson, Esquire

1:30 Dancing in the Water - Reservoirs of Hope
Bonnie Anderson, DD

2:15 Panel discussion Q & A

3:00 Adjourn with Prayer and Blessing

LINK TO REGISTER FOR THIS CONFERENCE

Enthusiastically Episcopalian Conference with Bonnie Anderson, President of TEC House of Deputies
Bonnie Anderson, DD (the highest ranking lay leader of The Episcopal Church) will speak at this conference where South Carolina Episcopalians will: Remember Our History, Understand Our Present, Discern Our Future.

Bonnie Anderson, DD
• President, House of Deputies of The Episcopal Church
• Highest ranking lay leader in The Episcopal Church
• Ex Officio Member, TEC Standing Commissions.
• 35 years of leadership at at all levels of TEC
LINK TO REGISTER FOR THIS CONFERENCE

The Rev. Frank Wade
 Rector for 22 years of St. Albans Episcopal Church, at the Washington National Cathedral.

 Author and Church Consultant

 Chaplain, House of Deputies.
LINK TO REGISTER FOR THIS CONFERENCE

Hon. Byron Rushing
 Veteran Deputy to General Convention, Diocese of MA.

 Massachusetts House of Representatives since 1982

 Advocate for equal rights for all persons, sponsoring significant antidiscrimination legislation

 Congress of Racial Equality, NY
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Sally Johnson, JD
 Chancellor to President, House of Deputies, The Episcopal Church

 Vice President- Risk Management & Education, TEC

 Member, Standing Commission on Constitution and Canons, of TEC
LINK TO REGISTER FOR THIS CONFERENCE

Directions to North Charleston Convention Center & Embassy Suites
From Greenville-Columbia - Go I-26 East towards Charleston and take Exit 213A. The exit ramp brings you to Montague Avenue. Follow Montague one half mile to International Boulevard and turn right onto International Boulevard. The hotel is on the left adjacent to the Convention Center.

From Charleston - Take I-26 West towards Columbia exiting at Exit 213 to Montague Avenue. Turn left at the traffic light onto Montague. Follow Montague three quarters of a mile to International Boulevard. Turn right onto International an the hotel is on the left adjacent to the Convention Center.


Embassy Suites Room Reservations
A limited number of Embassy Suites hotel rooms for Conference attendees are available ($129 + tax & including breakfast) at the link below. Include in the reservation form

Group/Convention Code: EPISCOPAL FORUM OF SC

Accomodations for a range of prices are also available at other motels very close to the convention center.
Embassy Suites Reservations link

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