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775 posts in the category: News & Announcements
  • 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"...
  • St. Thomas & Grace Episcopal Church in Brandon Hosts Nov. 18 Holiday Sale
    St. Thomas & Grace Episcopal Church in Brandon Hosts Nov. 18 Holiday Sale There will be a Holiday Sale on Saturday, November 18, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM in the basement of St. Thomas & Grace Church in Brandon, Vermont. The sale will feature baked goods, jams and jellies, candy, holiday crafts and gift … Continue reading "St. Thomas & Grace Episcopal Church in Brandon Hosts Nov. 18 Holiday Sale"...
  • The Fretless Comes to Stone Church Center for Oct. 28 Concert
    The Fretless Comes to Stone Church Center for Oct. 28 Concert The Fretless is a new approach to folk music that is quickly gaining high acclaim around the world. This unique band is taking string music to fascinating places as it transforms fiddle tunes and folk melodies into intricate, beautiful, high-energy arrangements. Musically, the goals … Continue reading "The Fretless Comes to Stone Church Center for Oct. 28 Concert"...
  • VIA Hosts Oct. 19 Trip to Poor People’s Campaign in Boston
    VIA Hosts Oct. 19 Trip to Poor People’s Campaign in Boston Vermont Interfaith Action’s Moral Economy campaign strongly aligns with a nationwide movement called the New Poor People’s Campaign, which is spearheaded locally by allied organization, Justice for All. VIA recently announced an opportunity to participate in this movement in nearby Boston. Join VIA for … Continue reading "VIA Hosts Oct. 19 Trip to Poor People’s Campaign in Boston"...
  • 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"...
  • Jean Lawe Retires After 30 Years with St. Barnabas Church Newsletter
    Jean Lawe Retires After 30 Years with St. Barnabas Church Newsletter By Jon Felde and Maurice Harris In journalism, –30– is code for “the end of a story.” It’s a notation with unclear origins commonly found at the end of press releases. For Jean Law, however, the odd little ending signals an ironic beginning as … Continue reading "Jean Lawe Retires After 30 Years with St. Barnabas Church Newsletter"...
  • 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"...
  • Jenny’s Children’s Book Pick: All Creatures Great and Small
    Jenny’s Children’s Book Pick: All Creatures Great and Small By Jenny Ogelby | Hopkins Bookshop One of my favorite children’s books is All Creatures Great and Small. The words are from the hymn of the same name and the illustrator of the board book is Naoko Stoop. The illustrations are amazing and the hymn familiar. … Continue reading "Jenny’s Children’s Book Pick: All Creatures Great and Small"...
  • Migrant Justice, Ben & Jerry’s Lead Positive Change Through Historic Milk with Dignity Contract Signing
    Migrant Justice, Ben & Jerry’s Lead Positive Change Through Historic Milk with Dignity Contract Signing By Sylvia Knight Good news we can celebrate! On October 3 at noon, Ben & Jerry’s CEO Jostein Solheim signed the Milk with Dignity Contract in front of Ben & Jerry’s Church Street location in Burlington with leaders of Migrant … Continue reading "Migrant Justice, Ben & Jerry’s Lead Positive Change Through Historic Milk with Dignity Contract Signing"...
  • The Western Star: Share in the Living Tradition
    The Western Star: Share in the Living Tradition Vermont Parishes Invited to Host Performance of Epiphany Poem By Jack DesBois Storytelling is mindful, communal living. It is how we process and share our lived experiences, and how we discover and own the lived experiences of others. It is how we preserve and test cultural identity … Continue reading "The Western Star: Share in the Living Tradition"...

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Posts List

775 posts in the category: News & Announcements
  • 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"...
  • St. Thomas & Grace Episcopal Church in Brandon Hosts Nov. 18 Holiday Sale
    St. Thomas & Grace Episcopal Church in Brandon Hosts Nov. 18 Holiday Sale There will be a Holiday Sale on Saturday, November 18, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM in the basement of St. Thomas & Grace Church in Brandon, Vermont. The sale will feature baked goods, jams and jellies, candy, holiday crafts and gift … Continue reading "St. Thomas & Grace Episcopal Church in Brandon Hosts Nov. 18 Holiday Sale"...
  • The Fretless Comes to Stone Church Center for Oct. 28 Concert
    The Fretless Comes to Stone Church Center for Oct. 28 Concert The Fretless is a new approach to folk music that is quickly gaining high acclaim around the world. This unique band is taking string music to fascinating places as it transforms fiddle tunes and folk melodies into intricate, beautiful, high-energy arrangements. Musically, the goals … Continue reading "The Fretless Comes to Stone Church Center for Oct. 28 Concert"...
  • VIA Hosts Oct. 19 Trip to Poor People’s Campaign in Boston
    VIA Hosts Oct. 19 Trip to Poor People’s Campaign in Boston Vermont Interfaith Action’s Moral Economy campaign strongly aligns with a nationwide movement called the New Poor People’s Campaign, which is spearheaded locally by allied organization, Justice for All. VIA recently announced an opportunity to participate in this movement in nearby Boston. Join VIA for … Continue reading "VIA Hosts Oct. 19 Trip to Poor People’s Campaign in Boston"...
  • 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"...
  • Jean Lawe Retires After 30 Years with St. Barnabas Church Newsletter
    Jean Lawe Retires After 30 Years with St. Barnabas Church Newsletter By Jon Felde and Maurice Harris In journalism, –30– is code for “the end of a story.” It’s a notation with unclear origins commonly found at the end of press releases. For Jean Law, however, the odd little ending signals an ironic beginning as … Continue reading "Jean Lawe Retires After 30 Years with St. Barnabas Church Newsletter"...
  • 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"...
  • Jenny’s Children’s Book Pick: All Creatures Great and Small
    Jenny’s Children’s Book Pick: All Creatures Great and Small By Jenny Ogelby | Hopkins Bookshop One of my favorite children’s books is All Creatures Great and Small. The words are from the hymn of the same name and the illustrator of the board book is Naoko Stoop. The illustrations are amazing and the hymn familiar. … Continue reading "Jenny’s Children’s Book Pick: All Creatures Great and Small"...
  • Migrant Justice, Ben & Jerry’s Lead Positive Change Through Historic Milk with Dignity Contract Signing
    Migrant Justice, Ben & Jerry’s Lead Positive Change Through Historic Milk with Dignity Contract Signing By Sylvia Knight Good news we can celebrate! On October 3 at noon, Ben & Jerry’s CEO Jostein Solheim signed the Milk with Dignity Contract in front of Ben & Jerry’s Church Street location in Burlington with leaders of Migrant … Continue reading "Migrant Justice, Ben & Jerry’s Lead Positive Change Through Historic Milk with Dignity Contract Signing"...
  • The Western Star: Share in the Living Tradition
    The Western Star: Share in the Living Tradition Vermont Parishes Invited to Host Performance of Epiphany Poem By Jack DesBois Storytelling is mindful, communal living. It is how we process and share our lived experiences, and how we discover and own the lived experiences of others. It is how we preserve and test cultural identity … Continue reading "The Western Star: Share in the Living Tradition"...