Anglican Church in North America


Motion for rehearing filed is SC church case

Court has issued a standard that negatively impacts religious organizations over similar secular organizations


Thousands of South Carolina Christians to be displaced due to judicial bias

Call for voter action from the Palmetto Family Council over judicial bias in the Episcopal Church case


What we learned from Hurricane Katrina

It is very, very hard to watch images coming out of Houston in the wake of Harvey. Katrina left deep scars. When I see an image of my hometown under water, I can look past the damage and heart ache. And what I see is the church there about to experience its finest hour. 


TSM appoints professor of Practical Theology

Dr Jack Gabig to head up the Doctor of Ministry Program and will serve as Associate Professor of Practical Theology


Bishop Lawrence Calls for a Day of Prayer and Fasting

South Carolina bishop sets August 30 as a day of special intention for prayer


SC diocese to seek rehearing before state Supreme Court

"We want you to know this: the legal process continues. We will be filing a motion for a rehearing from the Supreme Court"


Pastoral letter from Mark Lawrence following the SC Supreme Court decision

Many important decisions are before us and we want to be faithful to our Lord Jesus Christ and walk in step with the Holy Spirit.  


On Lawsuits and Losses

Phil Ashey looks at the South Carolina decision in light of Psalm 37


Call to prayer for South Carolina

Archbishop Foley Beach has asked Anglicans to pray for South Carolina on August 4


Fort Worth bishop responds to SC Supreme Court ruling

We were surprised and deeply disappointed in the ruling released yesterday


South Carolina responds to the state supreme court decision

Lead counsel for the Diocese, Alan Runyan, said the lead opinion and concurring’s decision is inconsistent with South Carolina and long-standing United States Supreme Court precedent involving church property disputes.