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For Clergy

If you are unable to locate the resource you are seeking, please contact communications@diovermont.org.

Clergy Reports

Non-parochial clergy canonically resident in the Diocese of Vermont must fill out an annual report, as required by canon.

Clergy licensed to officiate in the Diocese of Vermont must fill out an annual report, as required by canon.

Congregations in Discernment

Download a Manual for Congregations in Discernment.

Letter of Transfer

It is customary in the Episcopal Church that when you move from one parish to another, you so do by Letter of Transfer. This can be accomplished by the Parish Secretary requesting a Letter of Transfer from your former parish. Download a Letter of Transfer form.

Liturgical Resources

The 2018 General Convention authorized the trial use of expansive language versions of Eucharistic Prayers A, B and D. Our own Mark Howe at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Burlington has taken that invitation to heart and crafted the following liturgies. Please inform your congregation that these are authorized trial liturgies, and invite their feedback.

BCP 365 Eternal God – trial use, expansive language
BCP 366 Almighty and everliving God – trial use, expansive language
Eucharistic Prayer A (with 2018 Trial Use language) – Altar book
Eucharistic Prayer A (with 2018 Trial Use language)
Eucharistic Prayer B (with 2018 Trial Use language) – Altar book
Eucharistic Prayer B (with 2018 Trial Use language)
Eucharistic Prayer D (with 2018 Trial Use language) – Altar book
Eucharistic Prayer D (with 2018 Trial Use language)

Marriage Resources

Supply Clergy

Clergy canonically resident in any diocese of Province One (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Western Massachusetts) may be engaged by congregations within another diocese for supply clergy services under certain conditions. Download the policy.

Listing of Vermont supply clergy (updated 8/22/22).

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