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What does it mean to be a missional church?

Bishop Ely explains… By Missional Church, I mean a body of people equipped through worship, study and fellowship, to go into the world of our daily life to live and participate in God’s reconciling mission. “The Mission of the Church is to restore all things to unity with God and each other in Christ.” (BCP

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Alleluiafund 2015 Donors

Alleluiafund 2015 Donors

In gratitude to 2015 Alleluiafund donors Alburgh- St Lukes Episcopal Church      The Rev. Thora Chadwick      Dorothy WoottonArlington- St James Episcopal Church      Roger Cooper      Vivian Lacey      Kathleen Moore      Steve Smith and Edward Weissman Barre- Church of the Good Shepherd      Lucinda and Peter Cobb      Rebecca Eschelbach      Michael Gore     

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Episcopal Church in Vermont Events June 17 – July 1

Episcopal Church in Vermont Events June 17 – July 1

Click here for the full calendar Celebration of New Ministry at Holy Trinity, Swanton Thursday, June 18 at 6:30pmHoly Trinity, Swanton Summer Music at Grace Church, SheldonFriday, June 19 at 7:30pmGrace Church, Sheldon Bishop Ely’s Visit: St. Peter’s, LyndonvilleSunday, June 21 at 10:00amSt. Peter’s, Lyndonville Diocesan Council VideoconferenceTuesday, June 23 at 7:00pmVideoconference Festival of Mandolin

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STEWARDSHIP AND CHRISTIAN IDENTITY

STEWARDSHIP AND CHRISTIAN IDENTITY

STEWARDSHIP is about formation, about our identity as followers of Jesus. To be a follower of Jesus is to live in the power of the Spirit, to nurture the spiritual gift of generosity.  At the core of stewardship ministry and formation is identifying those cultural norms, practices, and values that keep us separated from God. 

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TENS Annual Conference May 28 – 30th

1/10/2015 Epiphany Greetings! I was going to offer “Warm Epiphany Greetings”, but as I’m in southern California, I thought that might be somewhat unfair to those of you in other parts of the United States and Canada. My rector, Ed Bacon, has turned the word, “Epiphany” into a verb. “To Epiph”, is to see things

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Kids4Peace Vermont Celebrates Seven Years

11/19/2014 On November 9th, families, alums, volunteers, donors and founders of the Vermont chapter (including The Rev. Lisa Ransom, The Rev. Nicholas Porter, and Bishop Ely) celebrated seven years of peacebuilding during a gala celebration held at Shelburne Farms Coach Barn. Guest speakers included Yakir Englander and Montaser Amro from Jerusalem. Click here to watch the video

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