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St. Paul’s WRJ Says “Alleluia!” Through Wi-Fi Improvements

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VERMONT – Internet connectivity is a form of outreach at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, where congregants welcome community organizations to utilize their space for such programs as free tax consulting, education, training, and civic meetings. A $600 grant, announced in May 2018, has helped offset costs of a project to extend Wi-Fi coverage

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St. Paul’s Windsor Says “Alleluia!” Through Cambodia Mission Trip

WINDSOR, VERMONT – Announced in May 2018, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Windsor made a difference across the globe by sponsoring a mission trip to rural parts of Cambodia, where volunteers worked in healthcare clinics. With modest grant funding to supplement monies already raised, the mission team was able to purchase medical supplies, provide a stipend

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Trinity Shelburne Says “Alleluia!” Through Joint Urban Ministry Project

SHELBURNE, VERMONT- As a supporter of the Joint Urban Ministry Project (JUMP), Trinity Episcopal Church in Shelburne has historically made cash donations toward operations costs for the downtown Burlington drop-in center, as well as provided substation support for JUMP’s food ministries. Announced in May 2018, an Alleluiafund grant, in conjunction with donors’ contributions, is helping

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Rock Point Camp Says “Alleluia!” Through Sudanese Community Fellowship

BURLINGTON, VERMONT – In April 2018, the Cathedral Church of St. Paul hosted a fellowship dinner with parishioners and friends from the Sudanese community.  The event was a fundraiser  to provide scholarships for the youth of the Sudanese community to attend summer camp at Rock Point. Their efforts were bolstered by a $2,000 Alleluiafund grant!

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St. Andrew’s St. Johnsbury Says “Alleluia!” Through FoodWorx

ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT – When FoodWorx Enterprises shared its vision of opening a commercial bakery to provide employment, training, and caring support for formerly incarcerated individuals, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church recognized an opportunity for shared ministry and restorative justice. A $500 grant, announced in May 2018, supplemented contributions the church had already made toward the

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Vermont Diocese Awards $29,300 in First Quarter Grants

The Grants and Loans Committee of the Episcopal Church in Vermont recently named six new recipients of grants totaling $29,300. The grants will help fund projects in environmental sustainability, food security, social justice, racial healing, and spiritual outreach with a focus on Vermont communities. The Grants and Loans Committee selects new recipients several times a

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The Episcopal Church in Vermont Awards $44,000 in Grants

The Episcopal Church in Vermont Awards $44,000 in Grants The Episcopal Church in Vermont is pleased to announce that the Grants and Loans Committee recently approved grants totaling $44,000 to support five programs. The recipients include: St. Michael’s Missional Experiment, Brattleboro, Vermont St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Brattleboro, Vermont, is heading into year two of

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