Calendar of Events

March 2021

This Lent, you are invited into a practice of experiencing grief for the Creation, as we acknowledge the terrible harm we are inflicting on “the body of God”—our home.  At the same time, you are invited to fall in love with the God-infused world around us by seeing, feeling, hearing, and…
Many congregations have feeding programs and food pantries and work in various ways to address hunger in their communities, and a new Food Security Network is forming in the diocese around these ministries.  Join with others for an online gathering on Wednesday, March 10 at 5 p.m. To get the…
As part of their ongoing series of monthly Zoom calls on the practical aspects of congregational leadership, the diocesan Congregational Consultants will present a session on how to fill out the financial portion of the Parochial Report. Terry Robinson will present the call, which will be…
The invitation of Lent to repent and return to the Lord is the same every year, but we come to this invitation this year in the wake of the overlapping pandemics of COVID-19, racism, climate change and disinformation. How shall we answer the ancient invitation faithfully in this particular season…
Join with youth ministry and children's formation colleagues from around the diocese--clergy and lay, paid and volunteer, part-time and full-time--to share ideas, resources, questions, concerns and support, around the transition to remote-access youth ministry and children's formation.   This…
To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the passing of Bishop Barbara C. Harris, the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston will offer an online service of Compline on Friday, March 12 at 8 p.m.  Byron Rushing will offer a reflection during the service.  All are welcome.  Click…
As part of their ongoing series of monthly Zoom calls on the practical aspects of congregational leadership, the diocesan Congregational Consultants will present a session on how to fill out the financial portion of the Parochial Report. Terry Robinson will present the call, which will be…
The Diocese of Massachusetts will be offering regular opportunities for interested lay people who want to learn how to lead the Daily Offices, in particular Morning Prayer.  The Rev. Carol Morehead, Rector of Grace Church in Medford, will lead an online training on Sunday, March 14, 1-3 p…
This Lent, you are invited into a practice of experiencing grief for the Creation, as we acknowledge the terrible harm we are inflicting on “the body of God”—our home.  At the same time, you are invited to fall in love with the God-infused world around us by seeing, feeling, hearing, and…
The invitation of Lent to repent and return to the Lord is the same every year, but we come to this invitation this year in the wake of the overlapping pandemics of COVID-19, racism, climate change and disinformation. How shall we answer the ancient invitation faithfully in this particular season…