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Archive: Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Around the Wider Episcopal Church (November 1, 2018)

Around the Wider Episcopal Church (November 1, 2018) Presiding Bishop Michael Curry issued a statement following the shooting at Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. Read More The United Methodist-Episcopal dialogue committee recently continued its conversations about a proposal for full communion between these churches entitled “A Gift to the World: Co-Laborers for the Healing

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Franklin Grand Isle Habitat for Humanity Seeks Volunteers

Franklin Grand Isle Habitat for Humanity Seeks Volunteers ST. ALBANS, VT – Franklin Grand Isle Habitat for Humanity (Habitat) is in need of volunteers to help with construction of 2 single story ranch style homes on Huntington Street in St. Albans. Preliminary groundwork has begun and hopefully actual construction will follow. Habitat welcomes individuals and

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Women’s Retreat Recap

Women’s Retreat Recap “Intimacy in Prayer: A Women’s Retreat” took place at Rock Point on October 19-20, and participants reported having a wonderful gathering…as evidenced by the smiling faces in the photo above. It’s not too late to register for the upcoming Advent Retreat at Rock Point. Click here to read more. Save the date:

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Trustees Confer Special Honors on the Elys at Convention

Trustees Confer Special Honors on the Elys at Convention “In honor and recognition of, and with deep gratitude for, the ministry of the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely and Mrs. Ann W. Ely, to with, and for the people of The Episcopal Church in Vermont, the Trustees of the Diocese of Vermont are pleased to

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Bishop Curry Makes Surprise Appearance at Convention

Bishop Curry Makes Surprise Appearance at Convention Following a heartfelt courtesy resolution delivered by the Rev. Stannard Baker honoring the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely “on this eve year of his retirement” and his wife, Ann W. Ely, “a force to be reckoned with in her own right,” Presiding Bishop Michael Curry made a surprise

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Brookhaven Shares Story of Hope and Healing

Brookhaven Shares Story of Hope and Healing Owned by The Episcopal Church in Vermont, Brookhaven Treatment and Learning Center offers a safe, nurturing, multi-disciplinary residential treatment environment for boys with severe emotional or behavioral disorders, as well as a Family Learning Center. In his report to the Diocesan Convention, board member Brett Murphy gave an

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