The Diocese of the Southeast

A Diocese of the Reformed Episcopal Church and ACNA


Upcoming Events

Sunday School Convention

98th Annual Sunday School Convention: Building Upon Our Rich Foundation

Thursday, July 20th @ 7:00pm - Fellowship Dinner & Award Banquet

Alfred Williams Community Center
4441 Durant Street
North Charleston, SC 29403

Meals (if paid by July 13th:

***After July 13th, add $5 to the cost per person

Please turn in your Banquet Money and Attendance Sheet by July 13th to:

Alfredia D. Doiley
c/o Diocese of the Southeast
705 South Main Street
4441 Durant Street
Summmerville, SC 29483

Friday, July 21st @ 10:30am - Holy Communion Service

Good Shepherd Reformed Episcopal Church
2898 North Highway 52
St. Stephens, SC 29479

Saturday, July 22nd @ 10:00am - Bible Knowledge Quiz & Picnic

Bishop Jerdan Conference Center (BJCC)
Awendaw, SC

Annual Sunday School Picnic

We are asking everyone to bring their own food for the picnic. The Sunday School Convention will NOT be providing foodl

Notable Past Events

ACNA Provincial Assembly 2017

Bishop Gadsden joins with others in welcoming the Diocese of South Carolina to ACNA

Congregations within the Diocese of the Southeast and the Diocese of South Carolina area are already working and worshiping together to further God's Kingdom. Earlier in 2017, Bishop Gadsden was the guest speaker at the Diocesan Convention for the Diocese of South Carolina and last year, Bishop Lawrence was elected as a trustee for Cummins Theological Seminary. Pray for our continued impact on South Carolina and beyond as we come together in the name of Christ Jesus.

Dallas Skyline advertising 55th General Council June 14-16, 2017

55th General Council of the Reformed Episcopal Church

Read the Reports from this event by clicking the button below

Gathering of church leaders to talk and pray for healing racial tensions and furthering the message of Christ hosted by Bishop Gadsden in 2015

Attendees of Conversation on Race and Mission, 2015

After several national events of unrest and racial tension, Archbishop Foley Beach of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) called together leaders from around the Church to discuss issues of race, systematic injustice, and our mission to reach all of North America with the transforming love of Jesus Christ.  On April 27-28, 2015, Bishop Alphonza Gadsden, Reformed Episcopal (RE) Church Bishop of the Southeast, graciously hosted this dialogue at one of his parishes, New Bethel Reformed Episcopal Church (ACNA) in North Charleston, South Carolina. The gathering for dialog and prayer took place at New Bethel RE Church in North Charleston, South Carolina.

To read more about this event, go here.