- Aiken Bishop Gravatt Center / Camp Gravatt
- Aiken Mead Hall School
- Columbia George M. Alexander Diocesan House
- Columbia Finlay House
- Columbia Heathwood Hall Episcopal School
- Columbia Saint Lawrence Place
- Denmark Voorhees College,
- Greenville Christ Church Episcopal School
- West Columbia Chapel of the Holy Spirit (at Still Hopes)
- West Columbia South Carolina Episcopal Home at Still Hopes
- York York Place
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