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590 posts in the category: News & Announcements
  • JPB 2017 Summer Youth Leadership Institutes
    JPB Invites Teens to Apply for 2017 Summer Youth Leadership Institutes By Jack Karn Do you know a young person who might be interested in developing their leadership and peacemaking skills, learning about other religions and the Middle East, and meeting Israeli and Palestinian teenagers?  Jerusalem Peacebuilders (JPB) offers summer Youth Leadership Institutes in Vermont, … Continue reading "JPB 2017 Summer Youth Leadership Institutes"...
  • Inviting the Light: Ash Wednesday
    Inviting the Light: Ash Wednesday By the Rev. Carole Wageman “You are dust, and to dust you shall return.” That is one of the most powerful phrases of the Ash Wednesday liturgy. We also hear it repeated in the burial liturgy. It is certainly a reminder of our mortality but it is also a reminder … Continue reading "Inviting the Light: Ash Wednesday"...
  • Dangerous Unselfishness
    Dangerous Unselfishness: Winning the War Against the Unenlightened Self By Maurice L. Harris Many thanks to the people of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Brattleboro, Vermont, for participating in this Sunday’s Adult Forum — a celebration of Black History, the Rev. Dr. King’s legacy, and our continuing journey to the Beloved Community. Introduction In his … Continue reading "Dangerous Unselfishness"...
  • Retired Clergy Newsletter February 2017
    Retired Clergy Newsletter – February 2017 Late Winter Greetings & Happy Valentine’s Day from Vermont’s Co-Chaplains to Retired Clergy Christian Century: Below is the link to a recent article in Christian Century entitled “Blurring the Lines.” The article describes several congregations who have made creative arrangements for retired or soon-to-be-retired clergy to be involved in a variety … Continue reading "Retired Clergy Newsletter February 2017"...
  • Preserving Burlington's Wild Area: Rock Point Partnership Campaign
    Preserving Burlington’s Wild Area: Rock Point Partnership Campaign Preserving Burlington’s Wild Area: Rock Point Partnership Campaign from The Episcopal Church in Vermont on Vimeo. Burlington, Vermont-In this video, produced by Channel 17/Town Meeting Television and CCTV Center for Media & Democracy, Bishop Ely discusses the Episcopal Diocese’s campaign to preserve the Rock Point Natural Area. … Continue reading "Preserving Burlington’s Wild Area: Rock Point Partnership Campaign"...
  • A Letter from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely in support of FIP
    A Letter from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely to the Vermont House Judiciary Committee in Support of the Fair & Impartial Policing Policy February 7, 2017 House Committee on Judiciary Vermont State House 115 State Street Montpelier, VT 05633-5301 Dear Judiciary Committee Members I returned to Vermont today from El Salvador, and my ministry … Continue reading "A Letter from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely in support of FIP"...
  • Volunteers Needed for Diocesan Convention Planning Team
    Volunteers Needed for Diocesan Convention Planning Team If you are interested in assisting with the planning of this year’s Diocesan Convention, please contact me by Friday, Febraury 17. The Planning Team will begin its meetings after that time. This year’s convention will take place November 3-4 at Jackson Gore Village in Ludlow, Vermont. Learn more … Continue reading "Volunteers Needed for Diocesan Convention Planning Team"...
  • Vermont Episcopalians Encouraged to Join the 2X4 Fight for Refugees Campaign
    Vermont Episcopalians Encouraged to Join the 2×4 Fight for Refugees Campaign Please read these well-crafted and heartfelt words from the Rt. Rev. Mariann Edgar Budde, Bishop of the Diocese of Washington. I echo her statement and encourage all Vermont Episcopalians to join Washington in the 2×4 Fight for Refugees Campaign. Read Bishop Budde’s Statement Join … Continue reading "Vermont Episcopalians Encouraged to Join the 2X4 Fight for Refugees Campaign"...
  • What is Lent?
    What is Lent? Reprinted from the Episcopal Church Library Early Christians observed “a season of penitence and fasting” in preparation for the Paschal feast, or Pascha (BCP, pp. 264-265). The season now known as Lent (from an Old English word meaning “spring,” the time of lengthening days) has a long history. Originally, in places where … Continue reading "What is Lent?"...
  • 2017 Lenten Resource Guide
    2017 Lenten Resource Guide When it comes to the topic of Lent, most of us will readily agree that Ash Wednesday and Holy Week—the seven days leading up to and including Easter—are the highlights of the season. Where this agreement usually ends, however, is on the question of how to observe the entire 40-day period. … Continue reading "2017 Lenten Resource Guide"...

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Posts List

590 posts in the category: News & Announcements
  • JPB 2017 Summer Youth Leadership Institutes
    JPB Invites Teens to Apply for 2017 Summer Youth Leadership Institutes By Jack Karn Do you know a young person who might be interested in developing their leadership and peacemaking skills, learning about other religions and the Middle East, and meeting Israeli and Palestinian teenagers?  Jerusalem Peacebuilders (JPB) offers summer Youth Leadership Institutes in Vermont, … Continue reading "JPB 2017 Summer Youth Leadership Institutes"...
  • Inviting the Light: Ash Wednesday
    Inviting the Light: Ash Wednesday By the Rev. Carole Wageman “You are dust, and to dust you shall return.” That is one of the most powerful phrases of the Ash Wednesday liturgy. We also hear it repeated in the burial liturgy. It is certainly a reminder of our mortality but it is also a reminder … Continue reading "Inviting the Light: Ash Wednesday"...
  • Dangerous Unselfishness
    Dangerous Unselfishness: Winning the War Against the Unenlightened Self By Maurice L. Harris Many thanks to the people of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Brattleboro, Vermont, for participating in this Sunday’s Adult Forum — a celebration of Black History, the Rev. Dr. King’s legacy, and our continuing journey to the Beloved Community. Introduction In his … Continue reading "Dangerous Unselfishness"...
  • Retired Clergy Newsletter February 2017
    Retired Clergy Newsletter – February 2017 Late Winter Greetings & Happy Valentine’s Day from Vermont’s Co-Chaplains to Retired Clergy Christian Century: Below is the link to a recent article in Christian Century entitled “Blurring the Lines.” The article describes several congregations who have made creative arrangements for retired or soon-to-be-retired clergy to be involved in a variety … Continue reading "Retired Clergy Newsletter February 2017"...
  • Preserving Burlington's Wild Area: Rock Point Partnership Campaign
    Preserving Burlington’s Wild Area: Rock Point Partnership Campaign Preserving Burlington’s Wild Area: Rock Point Partnership Campaign from The Episcopal Church in Vermont on Vimeo. Burlington, Vermont-In this video, produced by Channel 17/Town Meeting Television and CCTV Center for Media & Democracy, Bishop Ely discusses the Episcopal Diocese’s campaign to preserve the Rock Point Natural Area. … Continue reading "Preserving Burlington’s Wild Area: Rock Point Partnership Campaign"...
  • A Letter from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely in support of FIP
    A Letter from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely to the Vermont House Judiciary Committee in Support of the Fair & Impartial Policing Policy February 7, 2017 House Committee on Judiciary Vermont State House 115 State Street Montpelier, VT 05633-5301 Dear Judiciary Committee Members I returned to Vermont today from El Salvador, and my ministry … Continue reading "A Letter from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely in support of FIP"...
  • Volunteers Needed for Diocesan Convention Planning Team
    Volunteers Needed for Diocesan Convention Planning Team If you are interested in assisting with the planning of this year’s Diocesan Convention, please contact me by Friday, Febraury 17. The Planning Team will begin its meetings after that time. This year’s convention will take place November 3-4 at Jackson Gore Village in Ludlow, Vermont. Learn more … Continue reading "Volunteers Needed for Diocesan Convention Planning Team"...
  • Vermont Episcopalians Encouraged to Join the 2X4 Fight for Refugees Campaign
    Vermont Episcopalians Encouraged to Join the 2×4 Fight for Refugees Campaign Please read these well-crafted and heartfelt words from the Rt. Rev. Mariann Edgar Budde, Bishop of the Diocese of Washington. I echo her statement and encourage all Vermont Episcopalians to join Washington in the 2×4 Fight for Refugees Campaign. Read Bishop Budde’s Statement Join … Continue reading "Vermont Episcopalians Encouraged to Join the 2X4 Fight for Refugees Campaign"...
  • What is Lent?
    What is Lent? Reprinted from the Episcopal Church Library Early Christians observed “a season of penitence and fasting” in preparation for the Paschal feast, or Pascha (BCP, pp. 264-265). The season now known as Lent (from an Old English word meaning “spring,” the time of lengthening days) has a long history. Originally, in places where … Continue reading "What is Lent?"...
  • 2017 Lenten Resource Guide
    2017 Lenten Resource Guide When it comes to the topic of Lent, most of us will readily agree that Ash Wednesday and Holy Week—the seven days leading up to and including Easter—are the highlights of the season. Where this agreement usually ends, however, is on the question of how to observe the entire 40-day period. … Continue reading "2017 Lenten Resource Guide"...