Eve Pinckney, left, and Nancy Gault, founding members at the Episcopal church of Okatie, stand for a portrait with the Chechessee River behind them on Dec. 30. Pinckney and Gault held their first service at this dock after leaving Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Ridgeland.
Eve Pinckney, left, and Nancy Gault, founding members at the Episcopal church of Okatie, stand for a portrait with the Chechessee River behind them on Dec. 30. Pinckney and Gault held their first service at this dock after leaving Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Ridgeland. Staff photo
Eve Pinckney, left, and Nancy Gault, founding members at the Episcopal church of Okatie, stand for a portrait with the Chechessee River behind them on Dec. 30. Pinckney and Gault held their first service at this dock after leaving Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Ridgeland. Staff photo

After the split: Former Holy Trinity members slowly build Episcopal worshipping community of their own

January 04, 2014 12:01 AM

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