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A Message from FORE: Emmett Till Commemoration at Randolph High School, August 28

RANDOLPH, VT – An announcement from our partners in the Forum On Racial Equality (FORE): Wednesday, August 28, at 7:00 a.m. at Randolph Union High School there will be a brief ceremony outside by students and teachers to remember the murder of Emmett Till and to raise the Black Lives Matter flag to begin the …

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Anam Cara Sojourner Events, September 2019 – June 2020

Here is a list of proposed dates for Anam Cara Sojourners events (other than Holy Hikes) including worship, films, possible retreats, learning events, etc.  Please add them to your calendar if you are interested and we will add more details as we go along. Of course, dates are subject to change but for now…this is …

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Issues Facing Immigrants and Refugees in Vermont, Opportunities for Grassroots Action

The following information was prepared in June 2019 by the Revs. Heidi Edson and Mark Preece on behalf of Diocesan Council. This information can be updated upon request, and as the issues facing immigrants and refugees in Vermont evolve. Members and friends of The Episcopal Church in Vermont are encouraged to contact the listed organizations …

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Summer Music at Grace Comes ‘Full Circle’ on August 22

Full Circle Recorders returns to Grace on Thursday, August 22, with “Lads and Lasses,” a light-hearted collection of Celtic tunes about men, women, and love. The five women of Full Circle make music with recorders, hammered dulcimer, harp, guitar, percussion and voices. Full Circle has been making music together for more than 30 years. For …

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Video: A Panel Discussion with Jerusalem Peacebuilders Youth Leaders, July 24, 2019

This summer, from July 18-25, West Brattleboro became a site of transformational change for 19 youth leaders. The Israeli, Palestinian and American teens were involved in the annual Leadership Institute of Jerusalem Peacebuilders (JPB), a highly-acclaimed program that engages the differences and intersections between Christians, Muslims, and Jews. When it comes to resolving conflict, “Everyone …

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Louisville Institute Provides Grant Opportunities for Clergy, Religious Scholars

Funded by Lilly Endowment and based at Louisville Seminary, the Louisville Institute supports people who lead and study North American religious institutions, advancing scholarship that will contribute to church, academy, and wider society. LI grants and fellowships support three strategic constituencies: pastors; early career scholars; and senior researchers and scholars. Learn about these and other …

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Stone Church Arts Presents Singer-Songwriters Joe Jencks & Jesse Terry, August 23

PRESS RELEASE Stone Church Arts presents…Singer-Songwriters Joe Jencks & Jesse Terry7:30 pm, Friday, August 23The Chapel at Immanuel Episcopal Church20 Church St, Bellows Falls, Vermont BELLOWS FALLS, VT – Joe Jencks is a 20-year veteran of the international folk circuit, an award-winning songwriter, and celebrated vocalist based in Chicago. Jesse Terry has made it his …

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