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Missional News

Overcoming Inertia to Plan for Disaster

An Interview with Vermonter Harry Kendrick, Others on Disaster Preparedness Every congregation and diocese in the United States is at risk for some type of disaster. Yet many still do not have preparedness plans in place. Why? Church leaders may feel overwhelmed at the prospect of disaster planning. They may believe that large-scale disasters couldn’t …

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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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What is Church? And What Does That Have To Do With Economic Justice in the 21st Century?

What is Church? And What Does That Have To Do With Economic Justice in the 21st Century? By the Rev. Beth Ann Maier, MD What is church? And what does that have to do with economic justice in the 21st Century? These are questions I have been asking myself. As we sat by and watched …

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Bishop Thomas Ely Calls for Moral Revival at Vermont’s State Capitol

Bishop Thomas Ely Calls for Moral Revival  at Vermont’s State Capitol Episcopal Bishop Lends Voice and Commitment to Poor People’s Campaign Montpelier, Vermont – To follow is a statement by the Right Reverend Thomas C. Ely, bishop of the Episcopal Church in Vermont, delivered today at the Vermont Poor People’s Campaign rally on the steps of …

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Episcopal Evangelism Toolkit: Reclaiming evangelism, going public with our faith

Episcopal Evangelism Toolkit: Reclaiming evangelism, going public with our faith Available in English, Spanish, Haitian Creole Media Release from The Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs A new, comprehensive Episcopal Evangelism Toolkit is available online for congregations, dioceses, groups, and individuals to explore Evangelism and grow capacity to share the good news of God in Christ far …

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Vermont Diocese Awards $10,200 in Second Quarter Grants

Vermont Diocese Awards $10,200 in Second Quarter Grants The Grants and Loans Committee of the Episcopal Church in Vermont recently awarded grants totaling $10,200 to help fund building maintenance, local mission, and leadership development projects within the Diocese. This latest round of awards is in addition to $22,000 grants made during the first quarter of …

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Vermont Diocese Awards $22,000 in Grants

Vermont Diocese Awards $22,000 in Grants Episcopal Church in Vermont Funds Three Local Mission Initiatives The Grants and Loans Committee of the Episcopal Church in Vermont recently awarded grants totaling $22,000 to help fund three mission initiatives across the state of Vermont. We are pleased to announce the following recipients: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Wells: …

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Made Possible by Moments of Thankfulness: A Message from United Thank Offering

Made Possible by Moments of Thankfulness: A Message from United Thank Offering By Wendy Grace | Diocesan United Thank Offering Coordinator As Christians, we are taught from the beginnings of our faith to be thankful. We give thanks to God for all the gifts in our lives. We say “grace” at mealtimes, giving thanks for the …

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A Reflection on the World Meeting of Peoples’ Movements: An Interfaith Approach to Abundant Life

A Reflection on the World Meeting of Peoples’ Movements: An Interfaith Approach to Abundant Life By Sylvia Knight Tierra, Trabajo, y Techo in Spanish. Terra, Labora, Domus in Latin. Land, Work, Housing in English, as well as Immigration and Racism. These were the themes of a conference of roughly 500 people assembled by the social …

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United Thank Offering Now Accepting 2017 Grant Applications

United Thank Offering Now Accepting 2017 Grant Applications Looking to fund or staff a startup ministry? UTO is now accepting applications for grants that meet this year’s theme: The Jesus Movement. The application deadline is Friday, March 3, 2017, at 5:00 pm EST. Learn more and download the necessary forms online at http://www.episcopalchurch.org/page/uto-grants. For additional …

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