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PIV President protests high-voltage 
transmission lines through Kanuga

Province IV President Angela Daniel has written a letter to Duke Energy Co. strongly opposing the energy giant’s plan to install high-voltage transmission lines through the heart of Kanuga Conferences, Inc. The proposed transmission lines are part of Duke’s Foothills Project that would jeopardize the health and safety of thousands of children and other guests at the “Spiritual haven” that draws visitors from all 50 states and locations around the world, Daniel said. The proposed transmission lines also imperil Kanuga’s economic stability, jeopardizes the environmental stewardship and undercuts the conference center’s mission, which also serves underprivileged and at-risk young people, said Daniel, who is also a member of Kanuga’s Board of Trustees.
Duke’s plan would install 230-kV transmission lines and 140-foot towers through the Hendersonville area (where Kanuga is located) from Campobello, S.C., to Asheville. It would include a 150-foot clear-cutting path through Kanuga’s Camp Bob and the Mountain Trail Outdoor School.
To learn more about the proposal and how you can help, visit
To read Daniel’s letter in it’s entirely click here.

Record turnout at Synod 2015

The Province IV Synod, meeting June 3-5 at Kanuga Conference Center, near Hendersonville, N.C., drew a record turnout of some 270 deputies and guests from the province’s 20 dioceses and elsewhere in The Episcopal Church. Among the many presentations, including preparations for General Convention (June 25-July 3 in Salt Lake City), the Synod passed three resolutions:
• A resolution endorsing Memorial 2015
• A resolution defining the purpose of Provinces
• A resolution condemning violence and persecution of people of faith.

Spring edition of Fourth Watch available

The spring edition of Province IV's newsletter, "Fourth Watch," has been published online and is available for download  HERE. 


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    May 1, 2013  |  The Rev. Kurt H. Dunkle has been nominated to be the next Dean and President of The General Theological Seminary in New York City. Approved by the Executive Committee of the seminary’s Board of Trustees, Dunkle’s nomination was presented to the Trustees on Friday, February 1, 2013. The Trustees will formally vote on the nomination at the next Board meeting in May 2013. Since 2006, Dunkle has been serving as rector of Grace Episcopal Church in Orange Park, Fla., a parish that has experienced significant growth under his leadership.
  • Former PIV Veep to be PA Provisional Bishop
    March 1, 2013  |  The Right Rev. Clifton Daniel, III, has tendered his resignation as diocesan bishop of the Diocese of East Carolina in order to accept a call and election as Bishop Provisional of the Diocese of Pennsylvania. Bp. Daniel is expected to begin his new work in early March. His resignation in East Carolina is effective Feb. 28.
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    August 18, 2012  |  The Very Rev. Dr. Douglas Hahn was elected as bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington Aug. 18, pending the required consents from a majority of bishops with jurisdiction and standing committees of the Episcopal Church. Hahn, rector of St. Thomas Church, Columbus, Ga., was elected on the second ballot out of a field of six nominees.
  • Jonathan Daniels and All Marytrs Pilgrimage
    August 11, 2012  |  The 2012 Jonathan Daniels Pilgrimage took place in Hayneville, Alabama, today Aug. 11. Some 200 people from across Alabama and beyond participated in the procession which was followed by a worship service.
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    June 2, 2012  |  The Diocese of Atlanta elected its 10th bishop, and first African American leader, on Saturday: The Very Rev. Robert C. “Rob” Wright, 48, rector of St. Paul's Church in Atlanta for the past 10 years.
  • UMCOR to join ERD's "NetsforLife"
    May 24, 2012  |  UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) will join Episcopal Relief & Development’s (ERD) NetsforLife® Program Partnership to prevent and control malaria in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Diocese of Alabama/Central Gulf Coast Parishes Partner to Aid Cullman
    May 6, 2011  |  When parishioners at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Brewton, AL, in the Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast, learned of the tornado destruction in North Alabama, they quickly called to check on one of their former parishioner -- now a priest in Trussville.
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    March 10, 2011  |  his past November the Province IV Executive Committee approved the forming of a young adult network to help promote young adult ministries in our Province IV dioceses and to help support the efforts of those dioceses and parishes engaging in this ministry.

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