Journal of the Annual Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Diocese of South Carolina is a report of the annual meeting of the Episcopal Church's South Carolina diocese, covering the eastern part of the state. The title of the report has varied somewhat over time.
The first Anglican services in South Carolina took place in 1660. The Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina was organized in 1785, and has had regular meeting into the 21st century. In 2012, a schism between the diocese's bishop and the national Episcopal Church put the status and leadership of the Diocese into contention among South Carolina Anglicans and Anglican parishes.
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