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A Gathering for Prayer and Action: A Response to Religious Violence

STOWE, VERMONT – St. John’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church in Stowe invites all Lamoille County residents and beyond to join them on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at 6:00 pm for a time of prayer and reflection on how communities, religious and non-religious, can address the wave of religion-based violence around our country and world. …

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A Season of Hope, Anticipation & Longing: An Advent Message from the Rt. Rev. Shannon MacVean-Brown

Please download and print this PDF for those who do not have online access. My dear people of The Episcopal Church in Vermont, I remember sitting in this very room following the discernment retreat nine months ago, wondering what life might be like here with you. I could see and feel your spirit of wonder, …

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News in Pictures

Pictured above are gifts the boys at Brookhaven Treatment & Learning Center made for Bishop Shannon during her visit with them on December 10. Photo by Bishop Shannon. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/episcopalvermont/

Christ Church Montpelier Group Seeks Assistance Following Floods in Akobo Diocese, South Sudan

Sudan Communion Prayer Group (SCPG) at Christ Episcopal Church, Montpelier has been meeting for the past several years to pray and discern God’s call for the church in South Sudan. Group members have traveled to Akobo, South Sudan and have developed many relationships over the years, as well as supporting clergy education and meeting medical …

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‘Racism in America and Why We Should Care’ – Updated Schedule of Events

Sponsored by The Vermont Racial Justice Alliance andGood Shepherd Lutheran Church Hosted by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church273 Vermont Route 15, Jericho, Vermont, at 6:30 pm Moderated by the Reverend Dr. Arnold Isidore Thomas, Pastor How far have we come as Americans in confronting racism? This is a topic that remains so intimidating and painful that …

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Support Available for Vermonters to Attend Evangelism Matters Conference in Atlanta, Jan. 21-24

By the Rev. Dr. Titus Presler | Convener, Green Mountain Witness Team The next Evangelism Matters Conference offered by the Episcopal Church’s Evangelism Initiative will be held Tuesday-Friday, Jan. 21-24, in Atlanta, GA. This gathering, which will feature a Q&A with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, will occur in tandem with the larger and multi-faceted Rooted …

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Engaging Ministry: Practices of Prayer, Worship, and Community, Jan. 30-Feb. 1

Engaging Ministry: Practices of Prayer, Worship, and Community is a two-part educational and experiential series for clergy and laypersons help Jan. 30–Feb. 1 at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. Participants will explore two aspects of congregational vitality: cultivating practices that invite Christ’s indwelling presence in both ordained leaders and in communities, and …

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Reflections on 10 Years of Organizing for Migrant Justice

By Sylvia Knight | Jubilee Justice, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Burlington On a dark December night—December 22, 2009—a young Mexican man, José Obeth Santiz Cruz (pictured below) was working alone in a dairy barn in Franklin County, Vermont. He was working there to send money home to his family in Chiapas, the poorest state in Mexico. …

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