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News June 15, 2015

AC2015 Recap: Becoming Disciples God Can Use

By Jessica Brodie. Imploring the risen God to transform our hard hearts into hearts of love and caring, no matter our trials, Bishop Jonathan Holston preached the opening worship service of Annual Conference, kicking off five days of celebration, fellowship and holy conferencing.

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AC2015 Recap: Becoming Disciples God Can Use
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News June 15, 2015

Conference approves anti-bullying resolution

By Jessica Brodie. Annual Conference approved a resolution to oppose bullying in all its forms and to create a safe space for all children of God regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, culture, citizenship, socio-economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation and physical or mental ability.

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Conference approves anti-bullying resolution
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News June 15, 2015

AC votes ‘no’ to petition General Conference on homosexuality, RCRC

By Jessica Brodie. The South Carolina Conference has voted not to petition General Conference on two issues: deleting language in the denomination’s Book of Discipline on homosexuality as incompatible with Christian teaching and withdrawing two United Methodist entities from the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.

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AC votes ‘no’ to petition General Conference on homosexuality, RCRC
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AC2015 Recap: Becoming Disciples God Can Use
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AC2015 Recap: Becoming Disciples God Can Use

By Jessica Brodie. Imploring the risen God to transform our hard hearts into hearts of love and caring, no matter our trials, Bishop Jonathan Holston preached the opening worship service of Annual Conference, kicking off five days of celebration, fellowship and holy conferencing.
Giving thanks where it’s due
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Giving thanks where it’s due

By Bishop Jonathan Holston. At 3:55 p.m., the 2015 Session of the South Carolina Annual Conference came to an end and a new conference year took flight. Our time in Florence was a glorious experience of Christian conferencing and celebration.