BROTHERS IN THE DIOCESE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
SAVE THE DATE SATURDAY 27 OCTOBER 2012
The Diocese of South Carolina will hold its first annual meeting in fellowship hall of St. John's Episcopal Church located at 252 S. Dargen St. in Florence, South Carolina (across the street from the new Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center) on the last Saturday in October, the 27th from 10 a. m. to 2 p.m..
Among topics to be discussed will be the Diocesan Brotherhood webpage, including finding a webmaster, discipleship training using the Man in the Mirror program, "No Man Left Behind", developing a three-year plan for the diocese, and finding an assistant diocesan coordinator. At Large Members are encouraged to attend this time for fellowship and business as I would like to meet as many Brothers as possible. We will break around 11:45 a. m. for Lunch.
Chapters, please elect officers for 2013 prior to this meeting. I would like a headshot for all 2013 chapter officers for the new webpage. I would also like a typed list of all members in the chapters with all contact information (cell and home phone numbers in addition to mailing and e-mail addresses).
Allan Anderson, Diocesan Coordinator
Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Diocese of South Carolina
Bishop Greg Rickel Joins the Brotherhood
In a brief admission ceremony during his visitation to St. John's Episcopal Church in Kirkland, Washington, Bishop Gregory Rickel, Diocesan of Olympia, was admitted to the Brotherhood. He becomes the third Bishop in the Province to be admitted. Bishop Greg has long been a strong supporter and advocate for the Brotherhood, and has helped immeasurably to revive it in Western Washington. He praised the work of the Brotherhood in his homily, and said that he was very glad that there were more "fellow travelers" along the way! He will be a member of St Bede Episcopal Church Chapter. Presentor was Bro. Bill Thaete. Inductor was Bro. Conrad Plyler, President of Province VIII. Assisting were Bro. Don Little and Bro. Richard Dykstra of the St. Bede Chapter. The Rev Scot Wright of St. John's pronounced the Blessing. Welcome Bishop Greg!
New Promo from Oregon!
Diocese of Fort Worth Meeting
All of the Brotherhood of Saint Andrew chapters in the Diocese of Fort Worth eagerly anticipate the arrival of Brother Jim Blauvelt, Brotherhood Provincial Representative for the Anglican Church in North America. Brother Jim will be in attendance at the Diocesan Convention, 4 and 5 November, and will be addressing the Convention on the 5th.
New Province VIII President
In closing let me say how much I appreciate the prayers and efforts of Bro. Angelo Ismirnioglou as I took over as a Chapter Director and as Diocesan Coordinator for the Diocese of Olympia. His insights and encouragement made the difference in getting the Brotherhood started here, so that with God's help we could go about energizing men in Christ.Any Brother Andrew in Province VIII may feel free to contact me at any time. In the days to come, I will become more proactive to the Dioceses, Chapters and Brothers at Large in the Province.Begging your prayers for strength, persistence and endurance. In Christ, Conrad
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