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Archive: Thursday, March 1, 2018

Reflection: Lent

Reflection: Lent By the Rev. Victor Horvath The season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on the Saturday before Easter (i.e. Holy Saturday). It covers 40 days, excluding Sundays. The Eucharist feast celebrated each Sunday proclaims Christ’s resurrection and therefore seems a “little Easter,” even during this solemn season. “Lent” is the Anglo

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Kids4Peace VT & NH Announces Interfaith Camp, June 24 – July 1

Kids4Peace VT & NH Announces Interfaith Camp, June 24 – July 1 Registration is now open for the Kids4Peace Vermont and New Hampshire Interfaith Camp, which will be held June 24-July 1 in Plymouth, NH. Sixth and seventh grade students (2017-18 school year) with a passion for interfaith understanding and social change are encouraged to

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Trinity-Shelburne to Host Joan Chittister Play, Free Event on April 6

Trinity-Shelburne to Host Joan Chittister Play, Free Event on April 6 The play, “Joan Chittister: Her Story, My Story, Our Story,” will be performed at Trinity Episcopal Church, 5171 Shelburne Rd., Shelburne, VT on Friday, April 6 at 7:00 PM. This is a one-woman play by Terri Bays about Joan Chittister, the contemporary Benedictine nun,

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Atlantic School of Theology Invites Applicants for US Merit Scholarship

Atlantic School of Theology Invites Applicants for US Merit Scholarship For the academic year 2018-19, Atlantic School of Theology in Nova Scotia is offering one full-tuition merit scholarship to a US resident enrolled in the Master of Divinity program. The recipient will have an outstanding prior academic record and demonstrated promise for pastoral leadership. Students

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Bishop’s Report to Diocesan Council – February 18, 2018

Bishop’s Report to Diocesan Council – February 18, 2018 (1) Taylor Vaughn has announced that she is leaving Vermont for the warmer climes of Virginia, and hence her position as P/T Administrative Assistant in the Diocesan Office, effective February 23rd. We will miss her and wish her well. (2) The following congregations are in some

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Diocesan Council Meeting Highlights – February 18, 2018

Diocesan Council Meeting Highlights – February 18, 2018 By Jean Wilson Be it Resolved That the Diocesan Council of the Episcopal Church in Vermont, and all members of the Episcopal Church in Vermont, thank Julie Giguere for her long, dedicated and valuable service as the Finance & Property Administrator for the Diocese upon her retirement

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Reflection: Sinners, Centurions and Nice People

Reflection: Sinners, Centurions and Nice People By Jane Lee Wolfe | Contributor One of the best things in the Gospels is the run-down on the people Jesus hung out with. Basically, he hung out with anybody and everybody, whether they were going to turn him in to the cops, think he’s great, be offended at

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