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Day: March 1, 2018

Throwing Privilege Into Stark Relief: White Women, Racism and #MeToo

Throwing Privilege Into Stark Relief: White Women, Racism and #MeToo By Kathleen Moore When I read any story, I tend to put myself somewhere in the narrative, projecting myself onto certain characters. I find the character I end up “trying on” generally has something in common with me. In the tale of the woman who …

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Spread the Word…Evangelism Matters!

Spread the Word…Evangelism Matters! The Rev. Liam Muller | Evangelism Correspondent This month the Rev. Dr. Titus Presler, Jamison Dunne, Joe Fortner, Kathleen Moore and I are attending an evangelism conference in the Cleveland, Ohio area. I happen to love the title of the conference for its double meaning” “Evangelism Matters.” On the one hand, …

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Diocesan Office Welcomes Two New Colleagues, Offers Heartfelt Thanks to Two Dear Friends

Diocesan Office Welcomes Two New Colleagues, Offers Heartfelt Thanks to Two Dear Friends Rich Sagui and Ann Carroll Assume Diocesan Financial Administrator and Office Assistant Roles By Maurice L. Harris The Diocesan Office at Rock Point is geared up for two transitions with the recent appointment of Richard Sagui to the position of financial administrator …

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Help For Homeless Starts With Recognition, Awareness of Growing Crisis in Morrisville and Stowe

Help For Homeless Starts With Recognition, Awareness of Growing Crisis in Morrisville and Stowe Cecilia Stefanski, a middle school student at Lamoille Union, speaks to a group of people Feb. 6 who had just walked through Morrisville village to raise awareness for homelessness. To the left is Father Rick Swanson, rector of St. John’s in …

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Church Members Travel to Kenya for 12-day Service Trip

Church Members Travel to Kenya for 12-day Service Trip On February 16, thirteen Vermonters, mostly from Brattleboro, left for a 12-day service trip in Kenya. Guilford Community Church, United Church of Christ, has had a relationship with the people of Kaiguchu since 2006, supporting young people who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS. This trip is …

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Alleluiafund Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow.

Alleluiafund Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow. Our annual appeal, which became the Alleluiafund in 2013, has generated more than more than $350,000 over the years to support and expand ministries of the Episcopal Church in Vermont—over $285,000 in the last five years alone! As we look with gratitude on the past, we look with hopeful expectation toward …

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Standing Committee Announces Appointment of Bishop’s Discernment & Nominating Committee Members

Standing Committee Announces Appointment of Bishop’s Discernment & Nominating Committee Members The Standing Committee is pleased and excited to announce the appointment of the Bishop’s Discernment and Nominating Committee (BDNC). The BDNC, along with the Standing Committee, will take the next steps towards calling a new bishop for the Diocese of Vermont. After much prayer, …

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