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Consecration Parking Overview

We are trying to be as accommodating and helpful to all of those wishing to attend the Consecration as possible.  Below please find a description of parking opportunities on or close by the UVM campus that can be easily accessed without expense. UVM Waterman Hall Lot:  We anticipate that there will be at least 75

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The Episcopal Church in Vermont’s Four-Phase Racial Healing Process

Background In early 2017, the Diocesan Racial Reconciliation Team (RRT) began development on a customized methodology to meet our anti-racism training commitments as part of the wider Episcopal Church while responding to the unique needs of the Vermont Diocese. The result of this ongoing work is today known as the  Four-phase Racial Healing Process. The

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Training Resources to Accompany the Four-Phase Racial Healing Process

How to use these training resources: The Racial Reconciliation Team (RRT) originally developed these training resources for use in a series of clergy training days. At these “Clergy Day” events, held in 2017 and 2018, active clergy were encouraged to adapt the training materials for their congregations and to integrate them into adult forums locally.

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Feeding Ministries: One Meal At a Time

By Alaina Knowles Bennington, VT – Feeding ministries can be a very important part of a church community. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Bennington is just one example of this. St. Peter’s is helping feed people in need, one meal at a time. Dick and Nancy Bower, avid members of St. Peter’s, spoke with The

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Follow The Episcopal Church in Vermont on Instagram!

The Episcopal Church in Vermont is now among the more than 1 billion active users of the social media platform Instagram. Download the app and follow us! The diocese joins the company of Bishop-elect Shannon MacVean-Brown, The Episcopal Church, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Rock Point School, and a few Vermont congregations, including St. Michael’s, Brattleboro,

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Episcopal Vermont Social Media Connections

Episcopal Vermont Social Media Connections

Facebook – Congregations The Episcopal Church in Vermont Arlington – St. John’s Episcopal Church Barre – Church of the Good Shepherd Bellows Falls – Immanuel Episcopal Church Bennington – St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Bethel – Christ Church Brattleboro – St. Michael’s Episcopal Church Brandon – St. Thomas & Grace Episcopal Church Burlington – The Cathedral

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Diocesan Calendar – Help

Diocesan Calendar – Help

Accessing, Understanding, and Requesting Updates to the Diocesan Calendar The diocesan calendar can be accessed in two ways on the diovermont website. As shown in the images below, you can find it on the homepage where it provides a vertical listing of the upcoming events (see Figure 1). Also, you can find it in the

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Archdeacon Catherine Cooke Receives St. Stephen Recognition

On June 7, Archdeacon Catherine Cooke was named a recipient of the Recognition of Diaconal Ministry in the Tradition of St. Stephen conferred by the Association for Episcopal Deacons at the organization’s Triennial Conference in Providence, RI. St. Stephen honorees demonstrate a deep commitment to the ministry of servanthood following the practice of St. Stephen

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