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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.

 

  • Reconciliation Highlighted As Heart of God’s Mission at Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference
    Reconciliation Highlighted As Heart of God’s Mission at Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference By the Rev. Dr. Titus Presler Reconciliation as the heart and overall direction of God’s mission in the world was addressed from ethnic, interfaith, racial and inter-Anglican perspectives at the annual global mission conference, “Reconciliation: God’s Mission – and Ours,” sponsored recently … Continue reading "Reconciliation Highlighted As Heart of God’s Mission at Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference"...
  • Inviting the Light: Is Peace a Spirited Noun?
    Inviting the Light: Is Peace a Spirited Noun? By the Rev. Carole Wageman In the Gospel of Matthew Jesus says: “Do not think I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword” (Matthew 10: 34-39). In the gospel of Luke (12:51-53), this passage shifts a … Continue reading "Inviting the Light: Is Peace a Spirited Noun?"...
  • Old Christ Church Restoration Highlights Ties Between Local Mission, Facility Maintenance
    Old Christ Church Restoration Highlights Ties Between Local Mission, Facility Maintenance When asked to describe the Old Christ Church in Bethel, Vermont, two parishioners recently wrote, “just pulling in the driveway you get the sense that this is no ordinary building.” Built in 1823, the historic structure lacks electricity, heat, and plumbing, which certainly contributes … Continue reading "Old Christ Church Restoration Highlights Ties Between Local Mission, Facility Maintenance"...

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  • Reconciliation Highlighted As Heart of God’s Mission at Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference
    Reconciliation Highlighted As Heart of God’s Mission at Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference By the Rev. Dr. Titus Presler Reconciliation as the heart and overall direction of God’s mission in the world was addressed from ethnic, interfaith, racial and inter-Anglican perspectives at the annual global mission conference, “Reconciliation: God’s Mission – and Ours,” sponsored recently … Continue reading "Reconciliation Highlighted As Heart of God’s Mission at Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference"...
  • Inviting the Light: Is Peace a Spirited Noun?
    Inviting the Light: Is Peace a Spirited Noun? By the Rev. Carole Wageman In the Gospel of Matthew Jesus says: “Do not think I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword” (Matthew 10: 34-39). In the gospel of Luke (12:51-53), this passage shifts a … Continue reading "Inviting the Light: Is Peace a Spirited Noun?"...

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  • Reconciliation Highlighted As Heart of God’s Mission at Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference
    Reconciliation Highlighted As Heart of God’s Mission at Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference By the Rev. Dr. Titus Presler Reconciliation as the heart and overall direction of God’s mission in the world was addressed from ethnic, interfaith, racial and inter-Anglican perspectives at the annual global mission conference, “Reconciliation: God’s Mission – and Ours,” sponsored recently … Continue reading "Reconciliation Highlighted As Heart of God’s Mission at Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference"...
  • Inviting the Light: Is Peace a Spirited Noun?
    Inviting the Light: Is Peace a Spirited Noun? By the Rev. Carole Wageman In the Gospel of Matthew Jesus says: “Do not think I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword” (Matthew 10: 34-39). In the gospel of Luke (12:51-53), this passage shifts a … Continue reading "Inviting the Light: Is Peace a Spirited Noun?"...

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