• Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering
    Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering There is a new air of Christian Cooperation in Vermont. As a member of the Vermont Ecumenical Council, the Episcopal Church in Vermont wants YOU to be a part of it! Interested?  On October 29th, from 2-4:30pm, at Our Lady of the Angels Church in Randolph … Continue reading "Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering"...
  • Vermont Clergy Treat Stubborn Wounds, Make New Efforts Toward Racial Healing
    Vermont Clergy Treat Stubborn Wounds, Make New Efforts Toward Racial Healing By the Episcopal Church in Vermont On Tuesday, October 10, thirty priests of the Episcopal Church in Vermont gathered at Trinity Church in Rutland to embark on the first of a four-phase journey of racial healing. The Clergy Day event, which focused on Acknowledgment … Continue reading "Vermont Clergy Treat Stubborn Wounds, Make New Efforts Toward Racial Healing"...
  • Inviting the Light: The Re-purposed Bishop
    Inviting the Light: The Re-purposed Bishop By the Rev. Carole Wageman “Re-purposing” is one of those kitschy words that became popular a few years ago. It suggests altering or converting something from its original purpose to make it more suitable for a vastly different purpose…kind of like recycling but with an innovative twist.  While it … Continue reading "Inviting the Light: The Re-purposed Bishop"...

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  • Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering
    Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering There is a new air of Christian Cooperation in Vermont. As a member of the Vermont Ecumenical Council, the Episcopal Church in Vermont wants YOU to be a part of it! Interested?  On October 29th, from 2-4:30pm, at Our Lady of the Angels Church in Randolph … Continue reading "Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering"...
  • Vermont Clergy Treat Stubborn Wounds, Make New Efforts Toward Racial Healing
    Vermont Clergy Treat Stubborn Wounds, Make New Efforts Toward Racial Healing By the Episcopal Church in Vermont On Tuesday, October 10, thirty priests of the Episcopal Church in Vermont gathered at Trinity Church in Rutland to embark on the first of a four-phase journey of racial healing. The Clergy Day event, which focused on Acknowledgment … Continue reading "Vermont Clergy Treat Stubborn Wounds, Make New Efforts Toward Racial Healing"...

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  • Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering
    Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering There is a new air of Christian Cooperation in Vermont. As a member of the Vermont Ecumenical Council, the Episcopal Church in Vermont wants YOU to be a part of it! Interested?  On October 29th, from 2-4:30pm, at Our Lady of the Angels Church in Randolph … Continue reading "Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering"...
  • Vermont Clergy Treat Stubborn Wounds, Make New Efforts Toward Racial Healing
    Vermont Clergy Treat Stubborn Wounds, Make New Efforts Toward Racial Healing By the Episcopal Church in Vermont On Tuesday, October 10, thirty priests of the Episcopal Church in Vermont gathered at Trinity Church in Rutland to embark on the first of a four-phase journey of racial healing. The Clergy Day event, which focused on Acknowledgment … Continue reading "Vermont Clergy Treat Stubborn Wounds, Make New Efforts Toward Racial Healing"...

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