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Bishop Booth Conference Center

A retreat and conference center of the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont 20 Rock Point Circle Burlington, VT 05408-2735Tony Drapelick, Manager Email: bishopbooth@dioceseofvermont.orgOffice: 802-658-6233Fax: 802-658-8836Guest Phone: 802-865-4793 Visit the BBCC Website. Located on the shores of Lake Champlain, the Bishop Booth Conference Center (BBCC) is a sanctuary where the people of the Diocese of Vermont, other …

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The People of the Episcopal Church in Vermont Welcome You….

We are 46 congregations across the Green Mountains of Vermont who share in the mission to pray the prayer of Christ, to learn the mind of Christ, and to do the deeds of Christ. We live into this mission through ministries of Formation; Liberation; Communication; Connection; Celebration. Please explore our web site for news and …

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June 2011 Special Convention

Convention puts capital campaign on hold Delegates from 39 of the Diocese of Vermont’s 48 congregations and 38 canonically resident clergy gathered the afternoon of June 4, at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Burlington, for a Special Diocesan Convention. Bishop Thomas Ely called for the gathering at the 2010 Diocesan Convention for the specific …

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Mountain Echo 2003

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Ruby Nell Sales inspires and challenges Lyndonville audiences

Ruby Nell Sales, at the invitation of the Rev. Jeannette McKnight of St. Peter’s, Lyndonville, was the featured guest at a three-day community sponsored event—“Freedom: A Constant Struggle”—April 2-4, that celebrated the life and witness of Jonathan Myrick Daniels. Daniels, an Episcopal seminarian, civil rights worker, and grandson of a Lyndonville family, was martyred in …

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Mountain Echo 2004

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