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Experience the Vermont branch of the Jesus Movement.

The Episcopal Church in Vermont is called to share in God's loving, liberating, life-giving mission.

Week after week, we gather as communities of faith for worship, formation, shared fellowship and support. We gather to meet Jesus in Word and Sacrament, to know Jesus more deeply and fully. And, week after week we are sent into the day-to-day living of our lives as followers of Jesus with the opportunity of joining ourselves more fully to the loving, liberating and life-giving mission of God already underway in the world.

  • God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story
    God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story A Reflection on the Migrant Justice May 1 ‘March for Dignity’ By Sylvia Knight | Member, Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Burlington, VT May Day, May 1st, or International Workers’ Day grew out of a massive protest action during three days in 1886 by 180,000 weary … Continue reading "God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story"...
  • Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting
    Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting Diocesan Council is the legislative arm of the diocese between conventions and consists of the Bishop as Chair, ex officio; the Chancellor, ex officio; and three members elected by each of the five Mission Districts. Council meetings are open to all people of the Diocese. The next … Continue reading "Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting"...
  • Excitement Builds as Start of ‘River of Life’ Pilgrimage Nears
    Excitement Builds as Start of ‘River of Life’ Pilgrimage Nears Connecticut River Pilgrimage Includes Events for Paddlers and Land-dwellers Alike Excitement is building as Province I (the Episcopal dioceses of New England) prepares for the first-ever spiritual pilgrimage along the Connecticut River, from northern New Hampshire to the Atlantic Ocean. Aptly titled “River of Life,” … Continue reading "Excitement Builds as Start of ‘River of Life’ Pilgrimage Nears"...

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  • God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story
    God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story A Reflection on the Migrant Justice May 1 ‘March for Dignity’ By Sylvia Knight | Member, Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Burlington, VT May Day, May 1st, or International Workers’ Day grew out of a massive protest action during three days in 1886 by 180,000 weary … Continue reading "God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story"...
  • Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting
    Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting Diocesan Council is the legislative arm of the diocese between conventions and consists of the Bishop as Chair, ex officio; the Chancellor, ex officio; and three members elected by each of the five Mission Districts. Council meetings are open to all people of the Diocese. The next … Continue reading "Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting"...

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  • God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story
    God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story A Reflection on the Migrant Justice May 1 ‘March for Dignity’ By Sylvia Knight | Member, Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Burlington, VT May Day, May 1st, or International Workers’ Day grew out of a massive protest action during three days in 1886 by 180,000 weary … Continue reading "God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story"...
  • Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting
    Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting Diocesan Council is the legislative arm of the diocese between conventions and consists of the Bishop as Chair, ex officio; the Chancellor, ex officio; and three members elected by each of the five Mission Districts. Council meetings are open to all people of the Diocese. The next … Continue reading "Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting"...

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