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Experience the Vermont branch of the Jesus Movement.

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.

  • Declare Dignity: 2017 Diocesan Convention Preview
    November Will Be Here Before You Know It! The theme for the 185th Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Church in Vermont will be Declare Dignity, and our special guest will be Dr. Donna Hicks, renowned author of Dignity: The Essential Role It Plays in Resolving Conflict. This year’s Convention will be held on November 3 … Continue reading "Declare Dignity: 2017 Diocesan Convention Preview"...
  • Diocesan Council Welcomes New Year, New Members
    Diocesan Council Welcomes New Year, New Members Diocesan Council, the legislative arm of the diocese between Conventions, ushered in a new year by welcoming a new cadre of members at an annual retreat held at the Bishop Booth Conference Center on January 13-14, 2017. The participants spent time networking, setting diocesan priorities, deepening their understanding … Continue reading "Diocesan Council Welcomes New Year, New Members"...
  • A Statement in Support of Prayer & Reconciliation
    A Statement in Support of Prayer & Reconciliation The following is a statement from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely is support of prayer and reconciliation as we prepare for the presidential inauguration: The Episcopal Church in Vermont remains unwavering in its commitment to share in the loving, liberating, and life-giving work of Jesus Christ, … Continue reading "A Statement in Support of Prayer & Reconciliation"...

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  • Declare Dignity: 2017 Diocesan Convention Preview
    November Will Be Here Before You Know It! The theme for the 185th Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Church in Vermont will be Declare Dignity, and our special guest will be Dr. Donna Hicks, renowned author of Dignity: The Essential Role It Plays in Resolving Conflict. This year’s Convention will be held on November 3 … Continue reading "Declare Dignity: 2017 Diocesan Convention Preview"...
  • Diocesan Council Welcomes New Year, New Members
    Diocesan Council Welcomes New Year, New Members Diocesan Council, the legislative arm of the diocese between Conventions, ushered in a new year by welcoming a new cadre of members at an annual retreat held at the Bishop Booth Conference Center on January 13-14, 2017. The participants spent time networking, setting diocesan priorities, deepening their understanding … Continue reading "Diocesan Council Welcomes New Year, New Members"...

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  • Declare Dignity: 2017 Diocesan Convention Preview
    November Will Be Here Before You Know It! The theme for the 185th Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Church in Vermont will be Declare Dignity, and our special guest will be Dr. Donna Hicks, renowned author of Dignity: The Essential Role It Plays in Resolving Conflict. This year’s Convention will be held on November 3 … Continue reading "Declare Dignity: 2017 Diocesan Convention Preview"...
  • Diocesan Council Welcomes New Year, New Members
    Diocesan Council Welcomes New Year, New Members Diocesan Council, the legislative arm of the diocese between Conventions, ushered in a new year by welcoming a new cadre of members at an annual retreat held at the Bishop Booth Conference Center on January 13-14, 2017. The participants spent time networking, setting diocesan priorities, deepening their understanding … Continue reading "Diocesan Council Welcomes New Year, New Members"...

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