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Mission Districts

Mission Districts

The 2010 Diocesan Convention adopted a resolution authorizing the Diocesan Council to replace the eight Deanery structure with a five Mission District structure. Each Mission District has two purposes: (i) to nominate and elect three Diocesan Council members and (ii) “to collaborate in ministry and mission and in furtherance of Diocesan strategic plans and initiatives,

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Province of New England

Province of New England

Province of New England The Diocese of Vermont is one of the seven dioceses of Province I (New England), which is one of nine provinces, or groups of dioceses, in The Episcopal Church. To learn about the Province of New England and its activities, visit the Province 1 website: https://province1.org Province of New England Synod

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Grants and Loans Committee

The Grants and Loans Committee (GLC) oversees all grants and loans available through the diocese. The GLC has been charged by Diocesan Council with the following: to improve the understanding and use of the available grants, loans and appeals funds by all congregations, to make the application process for these funds more, user-friendly, and to

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Oversight and Audit Committee

Oversight and Audit Committee

Oversight and Audit Committee The Committee reviews the annual audits prepared by congregations, provides resources, and assists congregations with financial and audit concerns. The Committee also provides resources to assist congregations and treasurers in meeting their financial responsibilities, including preparing and submitting the required annual audit. For all materials and information needed to perform an

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Rock Point School

Rock Point School Located on the Diocesan property at Rock Point, Rock Point School is a fully accredited, co-ed high school, serving both boarding students and “day” students. Rock Point students find success in the small, structured environment offered by the school. They are creative, self-aware young people who have found themselves off track and

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2018 Diocesan Convention (Archive)

“Evangelism is the spiritual practice of seeking, naming and celebrating Jesus’ loving presence in everyone’s stories, and then inviting people to form or deepen their own relationship with God in Christ.” #episcopalVT #VTconvention2018 #EpiscopalEvangelism 2018 Diocesan Convention (Archive) Convention Offering to Support Clergy Pensions in the Diocese of Cuba This year’s Convention Offering raised funds

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2018 Diocesan Convention Workshops & Leaders

A Biblical Basis for Evangelism Contemplation and Discipleship: Foundations for Evangelism Leader: Robert Barton We will explore the scriptural foundations of evangelism, focusing on Jesus’ command to go and make disciples of all nations, and his preaching of the nearness of the Kingdom of God. We will look at the patterns of preaching, proclaiming and

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Introducing the Green Mountain Witness Team

The Green Mountain Witness Team includes people from all over Vermont who are committed to catalyzing Episcopalians to an evangelistic lifestyle.  We’re open to others joining us!  If interested, please drop Titus Presler or any of the team members a line. Lindsey Huddle “As a cradle Episcopalian, I learned early that one’s relationship with God

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Narrative Description of Green Mountain Witness

Narrative Description Diocese of Vermont, August 2018 updated from the proposal for the grant made by the Episcopal Church Evangelism Project Mobilization for Green Mountain Witness, the Diocese of Vermont evangelism initiative, has begun in 2018 through a number of avenues: Diocesan Council has held two conversations on evangelism with the GMW Planners that included:

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