On this page you'll find hyperlinks to partner organizations, reference materials, and other resources that may deepen your understanding of the Episcopal Church in Vermont. If you are a member of clergy or laity looking for constitutions, canons, procedures, or forms, please return to the home page, scroll down to the center of the page, and click the "Clergy & Lay Leaders" button.
The Book of Common Prayer
Our worship is outlined in the Book of Prayer (BCP), but if you've ever pledged to be faithful to someone "till death do us part" or mourned to the words "earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust,” you may have been shaped by the BCP without even knowing it. Learn more about the history of the BCP. Read the Online BCP.
The Episcopal Church in Vermont has a history of partnership with Cristosal, a nongovernmental organization based in El Salvador that advances human rights in Central America through rights-based programming, research, and learning.
Episcopal Service Corps
The Episcopal Church in Vermont has a history of partnership with Episcopal Service Corps, an organization that brings the good news of justice and healing to those who are oppressed or neglected in our society.
The Episcopal Church in Vermont has a history of partnership with Jerusalem Peacebuilders (JPB), an interfaith non-profit organization with the mission of creating a better future for humanity across religions, cultures, and nationalities. JPB focuses on uniting Israeli, Palestinian and American youth and adults and providing them with the opportunities and skills they need to become future leaders for peace in the global community.