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Dear Members & Friends,

 

Visiting the congregations and people of our diocese is by far the most wonderful part of this ministry. This comes with gratitude for the joy of being connected with you in ministry as part of the Episcopal Church in Vermont.

 

For the current cycle, which began in September 2016, the main idea is to visit every congregation of the Episcopal Church in Vermont in the course of 11 months. In order to do that, I am scheduled to spend time with half our congregations on a Sunday and half on a weekday.

 

Please check my Visitation Schedule periodically for updates, and contact the local parish to confirm service times.

 

Faithfully yours,

 

 

 

 

"Lord make us instruments of your peace."

From a prayer attributed to St. Francis (BCP 833)

"Lord make us instruments of your peace."

From a prayer attributed to St. Francis (BCP 833)

Bishop's News

  • Diocesan Council Reports Progress in May 20 Meeting
    Diocesan Council Reports Progress in May 20 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 May 20 Meeting"...
  • 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"...
  • Bishop Ely Explains Participation in Amici Curiae Briefs Opposing Trump Immigration Orders
    Bishop Ely Explains Participation in Amici Curiae Briefs Opposing Trump Immigration Orders Dear people of the Episcopal Church in Vermont, Many of you have seen reports of my joining with other bishops in the recent signing of two amici curiae briefs, each related to one of the two Executive Orders on immigration issued by President … Continue reading "Bishop Ely Explains Participation in Amici Curiae Briefs Opposing Trump Immigration Orders"...

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Dear Members & Friends,

 

Visiting the congregations and people of our diocese is by far the most wonderful part of this ministry. This comes with gratitude for the joy of being connected with you in ministry as part of the Episcopal Church in Vermont.

 

For the current cycle, which began in September 2016, the main idea is to visit every congregation of the Episcopal Church in Vermont in the course of 11 months. In order to do that, I am scheduled to spend time with half our congregations on a Sunday and half on a weekday.

 

Please check my Visitation Schedule periodically for updates, and contact the local parish to confirm service times.

 

Faithfully yours,

 

Bishop's Visitation Schedule

Bishop's News

  • Diocesan Council Reports Progress in May 20 Meeting
    Diocesan Council Reports Progress in May 20 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 May 20 Meeting"...
  • 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"...

Dear Members & Friends,

 

Visiting the congregations and people of our diocese is by far the most wonderful part of this ministry. This comes with gratitude for the joy of being connected with you in ministry as part of the Episcopal Church in Vermont.

 

For the current cycle, which began in September 2016, the main idea is to visit every congregation of the Episcopal Church in Vermont in the course of 11 months. In order to do that, I am scheduled to spend time with half our congregations on a Sunday and half on a weekday.

 

Please check my Visitation Schedule periodically for updates, and contact the local parish to confirm service times.

 

Faithfully yours,

 

 

 

 

Bishop's Visitation Schedule

"Lord make us instruments of your peace."

From a prayer attributed to St. Francis (BCP 833)

Bishop's News

  • Diocesan Council Reports Progress in May 20 Meeting
    Diocesan Council Reports Progress in May 20 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 May 20 Meeting"...
  • 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"...
  • Bishop Ely Explains Participation in Amici Curiae Briefs Opposing Trump Immigration Orders
    Bishop Ely Explains Participation in Amici Curiae Briefs Opposing Trump Immigration Orders Dear people of the Episcopal Church in Vermont, Many of you have seen reports of my joining with other bishops in the recent signing of two amici curiae briefs, each related to one of the two Executive Orders on immigration issued by President … Continue reading "Bishop Ely Explains Participation in Amici Curiae Briefs Opposing Trump Immigration Orders"...