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Episcopal Church News
- Input requested for Episcopal Church Black Ministries program
- ‘Public engagement’ is theme of conference of Brazilian theologians
- Indigenous language project shares stories of loss and resilience
- Diocese of East Tennessee announces bishop slate
- Episcopal Church ready to make history with Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows
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Charles River Deanery youth hear Jesus’ call to "feed my sheep"
The Rev. Chris Wendell, assistant rector at St. Andrew's Church in Wellesley, leads a discussion on inequity.When the 45 middle school kids and adults from Charles River Deanery parishes sat down for a "hunger banquet" at Christ Church in Needham last month, four of them, selected randomly, were served a full meal at a table set with china. The rest of the group ate rice from paper bowls.
Wareham church celebrates 140 years of faithful service
St. James's in Cambridge to install new rector
The Rev. Holly Lyman AntoliniSt. James's Church in Cambridge will install a new rector, the Rev. Holly Lyman Antolini Sunday, Sept. 21 in a special afternoon ceremony. Antolini was selected earlier this year and is the first female rector of the historic church. She began her ministry in Cambridge in May after stints at Episcopal churches in Virginia and Maine.
B-SAFE partner churches for 2008
All Saints Parish, Brookline Church of Our Saviour, Brookline St. Stephen’s Church, Boston Christ Church, Cambridge St. Luke’s/San Lucas Church, Chelsea Church of the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill St. Stephen’s Church, Cohasset Trinity Church, Concord St. Mark’s Church, Dorchester St. Mary’s Church, Dorchester St. Dunstan’s Church, Dover Church of St. John the Evangelist, Hingham St. Michael’s Church, Holliston Church of the Ascension, Ipswich St. Anne’s-in-the-Fields Church, Lincoln
Church partners made summer a safe one for city kids
From Norwood to Newburyport and Milton to Marblehead, Episcopalians in more than 40 parishes partnered this summer to make it a safe one for 530 Boston children and youth living in violence "hot spots."
Ring your bells to let the world know about global climate change
350.org: Take action!Parishes in Province I are invited to ring their church bells 350 times on a Sunday in the last week of November to call public attention to the problem of climate warming. Why 350? Three hundred fifty parts per million (ppm) is the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere that our planet can sustain without causing cataclysmic and irreversible damage to life as we know it. The level of CO2 in our atmosphere is currently 385 ppm and climbing.
Episcopal Church to repent for sin of slavery
The Episcopal Church has set Saturday, Oct. 4 as a day of repentance for the sin of slavery. A 10:30 a.m. “Service of Repentance” on that day, led by Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, will be the culmination of a two-day solemn observance at the historic African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas in Philadelphia.