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Archive: Wednesday, November 14, 2018

What We’re Reading at The Mountain (November 15, 2018)

What We’re Reading at The Mountain (November 15, 2018) Reading this edition of The Mountain may keep you busy for a while, but once you’ve finished, here are a few other newsletters and resources you may wish to try: Peace & Justice News. A publication of the Peace & Justice Center. Read More Vermont Ecumenical

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Bishop Ely Signs ‘Barmen Today: A Contemporary Contemplative Declaration,’ Invites Vermont Episcopalians to Join in Support

Bishop Ely Signs ‘Barmen Today: A Contemporary Contemplative Declaration,’ Invites Vermont Episcopalians to Join in Support Earlier this week, Bishop Ely joined with several Vermont religious leaders and faculty and students of the Living School at the Center for Action and Contemplation in signing Barmen Today: A Contemporary Contemplative Declaration. Today all members of the

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Reflections from ‘Biblical Voices’

Reflections from ‘Biblical Voices’ A member of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Burlington, since 1993, Merryn Rutledge shares poems from her manuscript Biblical Voices below. She explains, “Both retell the stories as I try to hear the voices of people who are not heard from directly in the narratives that have come down to

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A Message from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely, Bishop of Vermont

A Message from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely, Bishop of Vermont To follow is a letter from the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely, Bishop of Vermont, that comes in response to the recent pastoral letter from the Bishop of Albany regarding compliance with General Convention Resolution B012 dealing with trial marriage rites and marriage equality.

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Bishop Search Update: What Happens Next?

Bishop Search Update: What Happens Next? The deadline for the application process for the next Bishop of Vermont is this Friday, November 16. Since the special convention at which we’ll elect our next bishop isn’t until May, you may be wondering what happens next and how we’ll get from here to there. The special website

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Spread the Word…Or at Least Be Willing to Try!

Spread the Word…Or at Least Be Willing to Try! Putting Our Diocesan Convention Lessons in Evangelism into Practice By Jamison Dunne As election night 2018 came to a close, at least for me, around three in the morning I was full of anxiety for the future. My social media was on fire, with my more

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