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675 posts in the category: News & Announcements
  • Sharing Stories Through the Episcopal Asset Map: Crisis Management Tool Doubles as Evangelism Platform
    Sharing Stories Through the Episcopal Asset Map: Crisis Management Tool Doubles as Evangelism Platform “The Episcopal Asset Map has been everywhere these days,” as reported by Episcopal Relief & Development recently. During her plenary address at Missional Voices, Tamara Plummer, Asset Map Coordinator, spoke about the role of the Asset Map in sharing stories. Plummer … Continue reading "Sharing Stories Through the Episcopal Asset Map: Crisis Management Tool Doubles as Evangelism Platform"...
  • 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?"...
  • Register Now for September 9 Alleluia! Open Golf Tournament
    Register Now for September 9 Alleluia! Open Golf Tournament Alleluiafund Benefit Features Competitions, Awards, Celebratory BBQ The Right Reverend Thomas C. Ely cordially invites members and friends of the Episcopal Church in Vermont to participate in the Sixth Annual Alleluia! Open Golf Tournament. The event, which benefits the Alleluiafund, includes competitions, awards and a celebratory … Continue reading "Register Now for September 9 Alleluia! Open Golf Tournament"...
  • Stand With Refugees
    The Episcopal Church in Vermont Urges Members, Friends to Stand With Refugees Starting today, and every day this week, phone your members of Congress to tell them that you want the US to be a welcoming country for refugees. Call 1-844-4STAND5 (1-844-478-2635) Please call this number 3 times to connect to your two Senators and … Continue reading "Stand With Refugees"...
  • Deerfield Valley Musicians to Serve Up Musical Potpourri at St. Mary’s June 24 Red Door Concert
    Deerfield Valley Musicians to  Serve Up Musical Potpourri at St. Mary’s June 24 Red Door Concert St. Mary’s in the Mountains will continue its Red Door Concerts series on June 24 with “Night Music for A Summer’s Eve”. In an evening of music sure to have something for everyone, Deerfield Valley musicians will offer a … Continue reading "Deerfield Valley Musicians to Serve Up Musical Potpourri at St. Mary’s June 24 Red Door Concert"...
  • CT River Pilgrimage to Arrive in Brattleboro on June 25 with Full Schedule of Activities
    Connecticut River Pilgrimage to Arrive in Brattleboro on June 25 with Full Schedule of Activities “River Pilgrims” of all faiths are paddling portions of the Connecticut River from its head­waters to its mouth in Long Island Sound from now through July 9. This spiritual journey of renewal, restoration, and reconciliation, will be making its way … Continue reading "CT River Pilgrimage to Arrive in Brattleboro on June 25 with Full Schedule of Activities"...
  • Stowe Sisters to Lead July 2 Service
    Stowe Sisters to Lead July 2 Service St. John’s in the Mountains to Host Unusual Family Reunion On Sunday, July 2, St. John’s in the Mountains will become the site of an unusual family reunion. To be more specific, three sisters with ties to Stowe, Vermont, will be celebrating the Eucharist from the altar and … Continue reading "Stowe Sisters to Lead July 2 Service"...
  • Global Compassion, Engagement Elicits Kind Thanks from Churches in Zimbabwe
    Letter to the Editor: Global Compassion, Engagement Elicits Kind Thanks from Anglican Churches in Zimbabwe Hi Maurice, I’m forwarding to you a copy of a message that the Rev. John Perry, rector of St. John the Baptist in Hardwick, received from our friends in Zimbabwe. Through Neil Richardson and his wife—both members of St. John’s … Continue reading "Global Compassion, Engagement Elicits Kind Thanks from Churches in Zimbabwe"...
  • 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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675 posts in the category: News & Announcements
  • Sharing Stories Through the Episcopal Asset Map: Crisis Management Tool Doubles as Evangelism Platform
    Sharing Stories Through the Episcopal Asset Map: Crisis Management Tool Doubles as Evangelism Platform “The Episcopal Asset Map has been everywhere these days,” as reported by Episcopal Relief & Development recently. During her plenary address at Missional Voices, Tamara Plummer, Asset Map Coordinator, spoke about the role of the Asset Map in sharing stories. Plummer … Continue reading "Sharing Stories Through the Episcopal Asset Map: Crisis Management Tool Doubles as Evangelism Platform"...
  • 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?"...
  • Register Now for September 9 Alleluia! Open Golf Tournament
    Register Now for September 9 Alleluia! Open Golf Tournament Alleluiafund Benefit Features Competitions, Awards, Celebratory BBQ The Right Reverend Thomas C. Ely cordially invites members and friends of the Episcopal Church in Vermont to participate in the Sixth Annual Alleluia! Open Golf Tournament. The event, which benefits the Alleluiafund, includes competitions, awards and a celebratory … Continue reading "Register Now for September 9 Alleluia! Open Golf Tournament"...
  • Stand With Refugees
    The Episcopal Church in Vermont Urges Members, Friends to Stand With Refugees Starting today, and every day this week, phone your members of Congress to tell them that you want the US to be a welcoming country for refugees. Call 1-844-4STAND5 (1-844-478-2635) Please call this number 3 times to connect to your two Senators and … Continue reading "Stand With Refugees"...
  • Deerfield Valley Musicians to Serve Up Musical Potpourri at St. Mary’s June 24 Red Door Concert
    Deerfield Valley Musicians to  Serve Up Musical Potpourri at St. Mary’s June 24 Red Door Concert St. Mary’s in the Mountains will continue its Red Door Concerts series on June 24 with “Night Music for A Summer’s Eve”. In an evening of music sure to have something for everyone, Deerfield Valley musicians will offer a … Continue reading "Deerfield Valley Musicians to Serve Up Musical Potpourri at St. Mary’s June 24 Red Door Concert"...
  • CT River Pilgrimage to Arrive in Brattleboro on June 25 with Full Schedule of Activities
    Connecticut River Pilgrimage to Arrive in Brattleboro on June 25 with Full Schedule of Activities “River Pilgrims” of all faiths are paddling portions of the Connecticut River from its head­waters to its mouth in Long Island Sound from now through July 9. This spiritual journey of renewal, restoration, and reconciliation, will be making its way … Continue reading "CT River Pilgrimage to Arrive in Brattleboro on June 25 with Full Schedule of Activities"...
  • Stowe Sisters to Lead July 2 Service
    Stowe Sisters to Lead July 2 Service St. John’s in the Mountains to Host Unusual Family Reunion On Sunday, July 2, St. John’s in the Mountains will become the site of an unusual family reunion. To be more specific, three sisters with ties to Stowe, Vermont, will be celebrating the Eucharist from the altar and … Continue reading "Stowe Sisters to Lead July 2 Service"...
  • Global Compassion, Engagement Elicits Kind Thanks from Churches in Zimbabwe
    Letter to the Editor: Global Compassion, Engagement Elicits Kind Thanks from Anglican Churches in Zimbabwe Hi Maurice, I’m forwarding to you a copy of a message that the Rev. John Perry, rector of St. John the Baptist in Hardwick, received from our friends in Zimbabwe. Through Neil Richardson and his wife—both members of St. John’s … Continue reading "Global Compassion, Engagement Elicits Kind Thanks from Churches in Zimbabwe"...
  • 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"...