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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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2020 Celtic Pilgrimage in Ireland

In fall 2020, the Rev. Kim Hardy and the Rev. Dr. Fred Moser will again lead an annual pilgrimage to Ireland with their extraordinary guides. This year, the focus will be on areas in the northwest of the island around Counties Sligo and Donegal and in the southeast County Wicklow. Ireland offers a deep gift

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Province I Coordinator: Position Posting

Province I of The Episcopal Church, which comprises the Episcopal dioceses in New England – Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Western Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut – is seeking a half-time Province I Coordinator. The primary role of the Coordinator is to assist Episcopalians in the dioceses of New England to network with one another around

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St. Mary’s Wilmington Hosts Fourth Annual Red Door Carol Sing Supporting Friends of the Pettee Memorial Library, December 14

Once again, St. Mary’s in the Mountains invites one and all to our Annual Red Door Community Carol Sing. Join the entire community on the afternoon of December 14, to celebrate the Season, singing traditional carols and seasonal favorites, and enjoying musical performances by Deerfield Valley musicians, tasty treats, and surprises. The Red Doors on

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Learning from Hurricane Experiences, Getting Prepared

As reported recently in Lamplight, the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry, a partner of Episcopal Relief & Development, works with migrant and seasonal farmworkers, a group disproportionately affected by disasters. The ministry supported farmworkers with food, water and supplies after Hurricane Dorian this year, Hurricane Florence last year, and Hurricane Matthew in 2016. They recently held a

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