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Day: May 15, 2017

Margaret Coffin Society Offers Prayer Books, Hymnals to Parishes in Need

Margaret Coffin Society Offers Prayer Books, Hymnals to Parishes in Need Do you know of a parish in need for copies of the Book of Common Prayer or hymnals? The Margaret Coffin Prayer Book Society in Boston is a unique lay ministry which, for the last 150 years, has put these resources into the hands …

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God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story

God Our Liberator Acts Through People: A Continuing Story A Reflection on the Migrant Justice May 1 ‘March for Dignity’ By Sylvia Knight | Member, Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Burlington, VT May Day, May 1st, or International Workers’ Day grew out of a massive protest action during three days in 1886 by 180,000 weary …

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Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting

Diocesan Council Reports Progress in April 27 Meeting Diocesan Council is the legislative arm of the diocese between conventions and consists of the Bishop as Chair, ex officio; the Chancellor, ex officio; and three members elected by each of the five Mission Districts. Council meetings are open to all people of the Diocese. The next …

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St. Luke’s Honors Biblical Roots with 11th Annual Seder Meal

St. Luke’s Honors Biblical Roots with 11th Annual Seder Meal St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Chester celebrated their annual Seder Meal on Wednesday April 12. They began holding Seders in 2006 to acknowledge their common Jewish biblical roots. The Seder is a ritual meal that celebrates the Jewish festival of Passover (when the Israelites were “passed over” by the …

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Cathedral Dean Finan Presents $6,500 Check to ERD for South Sudan Relief

Cathedral Dean Finan Presents $6,500 Check to ERD for South Sudan Relief The Very Rev. Jeanne Finan, dean and rector of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Burlington, recently visited the Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) offices in New York City to present a check for $6,500 from the Cathedral for relief work in …

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Emerson Accepts Role as Diocesan Education for Ministry Coordinator

Emerson Accepts Role as Diocesan Education for Ministry Coordinator The Rev. Angela Emerson recently accepted an appointment as coordinator of Education for Ministry (EfM) for the Episcopal Church in Vermont. In this voluntary role, Emerson will be responsible for publicizing and organizing EfM groups and gatherings, facilitating the training of local EfM mentors, and conducting …

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Excitement Builds as Start of ‘River of Life’ Pilgrimage Nears

Excitement Builds as Start of ‘River of Life’ Pilgrimage Nears Connecticut River Pilgrimage Includes Events for Paddlers and Land-dwellers Alike https://player.vimeo.com/video/217269174 Excitement is building as Province I (the Episcopal dioceses of New England) prepares for the first-ever spiritual pilgrimage along the Connecticut River, from northern New Hampshire to the Atlantic Ocean. Aptly titled “River of …

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