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PIV now accepting 

Constable Fund applications

     Province IV is accepting applications for grants from the 2017-2018 Constable Fund, which provides funding for ministry projects not included in The Episcopal Church budget, particularly proposals that involve religious education. 
     Province IV, like the church's other eight provinces, may recommend one grant proposal. October 15 is the deadline for ministry groups within Province IV to submit an application; the Province IV Executive Committee will review all applications received by that date, and in turn, offer one recommendation to the Constable Fund by its deadline of November 1.
     You may download the Constable Foundation application form here, or at the website: https://www.generalconvention.org/constable-fund
       Please submit Province IV applications to Gene Willard, Administrator, at his email: p4admin@earthlink.net.
Two clergy from PIV
elected as new bishops

Two clergy in Province IV were elected as bishops during the month of July, and a new bishop,the Rt. Rev. Samuel Rodman, was ordained and consecrated in the Diocese of North Carolina July 15. (See photo of the attending bishops at Bp. Rodman’s consecration at right). Elected as bishop of the Diocese of Delaware July 15 was the Rev. Kevin S. Brown, (right) rector of the Church of the Holy Comforter in Charlotte, N.C. 

Here is the story. The Rev. Brian Cole, (left) rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Lexington, Ky., was elected bishop of the Diocese of East Tennessee on July 28. 

Here is the story. 

PIV Synod 2017

draws  215 to Kanuga

The Province IV 2017 Synod opened June 7 at Kanuga Conference Center near Hendersonville, N.C., with 215 attending two-and-a-half days of worship, learning, conversation and preparation for General Convention next year in Austin, Texas. Above, Province President Angela Daniel of the Diocese of Upper South Carolina and Province Vice President Don Johnson, bishop of the Diocese of West Tennessee, spearheaded the full agenda of presentations and workshops, interspersed with worship and opportunities for fellowship and networking. Province IV is the largest of The Episcopal Church’s nine provinces and gathers two out of the three years of the triennium in Synod in the mountains of western North Carolina.


Resources from Synod 2017

     • Resources on Immigration HERE

     • Links from Panel on Sanctuary HERE 

     • Tools for Congregational Development HERE

     • Episcopal Charities Messenger HERE

     • Collaboration, Vitality and Shared Ministry Questionnaire HERE

     • Resources on Cuba HERE

     • Collaboration, Vitality and Shared Ministry Slide Presentation HERE


Province announces 2017 grant recipients

Province IV has awarded $20,000 in new ministry grants for 2017. The full story is here.


Spring edition of 'Fourth Watch' available HERE.



PIV Altar Guild Newsletter — Spring 2017, available ;HERE


Winter 2016-17  — available HERE



Spring edition of h availableFourth Watc

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


 

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  • General Convention in 2018
    July 5, 2018  |  General Convention 2018 will be held July 5-13, 2018, at The Austin Convention Center, Austin, General Convention, the Diocese of Texas, and Austin, TX.
  • PI YM Leadership & Network meeting
    December 1, 2016  |  The PIV Youth Ministries Leadership & Network meeting will be held Dec. 1-4, 2016, at Lake Logan Episcopal Center, near Canton, N.C. More information is posted under "Youth Ministries" above.
  • Special Convention in S.C.
    September 10, 2016  |  The Episcopal Church in South Carolina will hold a Special Convention Saturday, Sept. 10, at Grace Church Cathedral in Charleston to vote on installing the Rt. Rev. Gladstone B. "Skip" Adams III as the next Provisional Bishop.
  • 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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