On July 7, the 40 or 50 people who had been meeting twice each day for 17 weeks to pray with the bishop of Vermont
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Dear People of God in the Diocese of Vermont, Yesterday, members of our diocese prayed and fasted as we joined people of many faiths to
Dear People of God in the Diocese of Vermont, On Friday, Governor Scott announced that effective immediately faith communities may resume services and gatherings at
With the pandemic came an opportunity. The Rev. Earl Kooperkamp and the people of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Barre had been working
The diocesan Grants & Loans Committee has announced a new no-interest loan program for parishes struggling to meet expenses in the face of the COVID-19
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many people of faith are thinking about both end-of-life preparations and how to support the institutions and causes that matter
Statement from the Episcopal Bishops of New England on the Disestablishment of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Easter 2020 The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, the People of
Watch a recording of this service on YouTube. Join Bishop Shannon and the people of the Diocese of Vermont on Sunday, May 31 at 4:00 p.m.
While churches are not meeting in person during the COVID-19 outbreak, the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont is providing a way for congregants to give online
Dear People of God in the Diocese of Vermont, Yesterday, Governor Scott issued a “ Stay at Home, Stay Safe” order . The order went into effect at 5:00
Dear ones: As you are likely aware, this evening Governor Scott issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency in Vermont . While the news from government
In her Lenten message, Bishop Shannon issued an invitation to join her in reading “The Restoration Project: A Benedictine Path to Wisdom, Strength, and Love,”
Bishop Shannon preached the following sermon at the Anglican Diocese of Montréal’s Christ Church Cathedral for its Black History Month Celebration. Video of the sermon
Bishop Shannon preached this sermon at St. Paul’s, White River Junction, on January 19 for the Commemoration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Last month, the 31st Province 1 Bishops and Chancellors Conference took place in Norwich. The gathering included a Eucharist at St. Barnabas to mark the feast day