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Administration

Standing Committee (Official Page)

The role of the Standing Committee is to be a council of advice to the bishop and to be ready to assume responsibility for the administration of the diocese and the process of electing a new bishop should there be a vacancy in the Office of the Bishop or should the bishop be unable to

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The Rt. Rev. Shannon MacVean-Brown, Bishop of Vermont

Biography The Rt. Rev. Shannon MacVean-Brown was ordained and consecrated as the 11th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont on September 28, 2019. Bishop Shannon describes herself as an “almost” lifelong Episcopalian. When she was only four years old, while attending the daycare center of Church of the Messiah Episcopal Church in Detroit, she

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Trustees of the Diocese of Vermont – Members & Officers

Trustees of the Diocese of Vermont – Members & Officers

Contact Us If you would like to contact the Trustees of the Diocese of Vermont, please reach out to Sarah Cowan, president. Members Benjamin Anderson-Ray, term through 2026 Laurel Broughton (secretary), term through 2021 Christopher Chapman, term through 2027 Sarah Cowan (president), term through 2024 Ellen McCulloch-Lovell (chair, Investment Committee), term through 2025 The Rev.

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Where we are now in Green Mountain Witness

‘Go, Tell It on the Mountains – Evangelism Vermont-Style’ at the October 2018 Diocesan Convention was the kickoff for the evangelism initiative in the Diocese of Vermont.  Energizing plenary talks were offered by Stephanie Spellers and Jeremy Tackett, stimulating workshops were well attended, and a bunch of people stepped forward to be commissioned as Evangelism

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Report Misconduct (Title IV Intake)

Report Misconduct (Title IV Intake)

Report Misconduct If you have knowledge of what you believe to be misconduct by a member of the clergy (bishops, priests and deacons,) The Episcopal Church has a detailed and transparent process to act on your complaint. The process is defined in church canons (church law) under Title IV of the Canons of The Episcopal Church. You

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Special Convention Lodging Information ~ May 18, 2019

Special Convention Lodging Information ~ May 18, 2019

Special Convention Lodging Information ~ May 18, 2019 For those wishing to arrive the day before or stay the night of May 18th please note that the Bishop Booth Conference Center does not have any rooms available. Below is a list of hotels if you are interested in accommodations. Please note that no special arrangements

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Special Convention Agenda ~ May 18, 2019

Special Convention Agenda ~ May 18, 2019

Special Convention Agenda May 18, 2019 Registration opens at 8:30 Eucharist 10:00-11:00 Opening of Convention 11:15-11:45 First Ballot 11:45-12:45 (voting, counting and results) Second Ballot 1:00 Lunch 1:00 – 1:45 (pre-purchased in registration form or brought from home) Return from lunch 2:00 Results 2:00 Third Ballot 2:15-3:15 Fourth Ballot 3:15-4:15 Fifth Ballot 4:15-5:15

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Cathedral Chapter

Cathedral Chapter

The Cathedral Chapter The Cathedral Chapter has the task of helping the Cathedral Church of St. Paul respond to the needs and ministries of the Diocese. The Cathedral Chapter sponsors and encourages programs and activities such as an annual lecture series and conference, youth events, musical celebrations, and other diocesan and ecumenical programs. The Chapter

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Brookhaven Treatment and Learning Center

Brookhaven Treatment and Learning Center Brookhaven Treatment and Learning Center offers a safe, nurturing, multi-disciplinary residential treatment environment for boys, ages 6 through 13, with severe emotional or behavioral disorders. Owned by the Diocese of Vermont and located in Chelsea, Brookhaven is licensed by the State of Vermont and has its own private school and

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