Join Us for Oct. 29 Vermont Christian Cooperation Gathering
There is a new air of Christian Cooperation in Vermont. As a member of the Vermont Ecumenical Council, the Episcopal Church in Vermont wants YOU to be a part of it!
Interested? On October 29th, from 2-4:30pm, at Our Lady of the Angels Church in Randolph VT, the Vermont Ecumenical Council (VEC) will be holding a gathering of all Christian Churches, Organizations, Ministries and fellow worshipers who are interested in Christian Cooperation. There will be round-table discussions on Christian Cooperation and brainstorming sessions on how best we can serve our Christian community. There will be short presentations from organizations and ministries serving our state. And there will be time for you all to make new friends and share in The Good News.
Just imagine if there was a way to coordinate hundreds of Churches and tens of thousands of Christians in a matter of minutes. Imagine if there was an easy way to find all the Christian events happening in your area in just a few seconds. And imagine if you could share your own church news to the whole VT Christian community with just one click. These are just a few hopes the new Vermont Ecumenical Council has.
Over the past two years the VEC has undertaken a reorganization and refocusing in hopes to better serve the Christian community in Vermont and better represent the diverse spectrum of Christian churches and organizations in our state. VEC is also enhancing communications with their website and making more effective use of social media to assist in the effort to build and maintain a robust network of Christian cooperation.
VEC’s hope is that with this new focus and direction they can assemble a network that helps build up the Church in Vermont by supporting our Christian brothers and sisters, our neighboring Christian Churches and all those Christian organizations that minister to us.
All Christians are called to share the love of Christ in whatever capacity they are able. And the new VEC is doing just that. Among other benefits of membership, such as new colleagues, shared resources, prayer, learning and working together and the joy of living into our Lord’s desire “that they all might be one,” will be the opportunity to post events and other items of interest to our website and to get your information out to a much larger Christian audience than ever before. Just imagine the possibilities – one website, one network, over 100,000 Christians!
To R.S.V.P. and more information, please visit VEC online at www.vecncc.org