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The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island has awarded scholarships to eight students who are the descendants of enslaved people.  The Barbara C. Harris Scholars Program for Truth Reparations was created last year to honor the Rev. Barbara C. Harris — the first African American woman to become a…
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Chelsea Millsap is the first woman named sexton in Old North Church's nearly 300-year history.
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Amid a massive workforce housing crisis that threatens the survival of local businesses, the members of the vestry of St. Mary of the Harbor, the Episcopal church at 517 Commercial Street, Provincetown, are working out final details with restaurant owners Joachim Sandbichler and Mark Ferrari to…
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The flock of plastic pink flamingos that were seen around Scituate last year will be heading back for a return visit next month. The flamingos are part of a fundraising campaign for St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and will be landing on the front lawn of the church, located at 465 First Parish…
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"Imagine" was the theme of the Rev. Deborah M. Warner’s final sermon at Church of the Messiah in Woods Hole on April 24, as she reflected upon her long tenure as rector of the oldest Episcopal church on Cape Cod and prepares to retire. “Dear friends,” Ms. Warner said in her sermon, “Over the past…
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St. Stephen’s Food Pantry will participate in Project Bread’s 54th annual Walk for Hunger, which takes place on May 1. Run by St. Stephen’s Memorial Episcopal Church, St. Stephen’s Food Pantry provides food to people in need in Lynn and surrounding communities. “During the pandemic, we have…
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"Nestled into one of the prettiest corners of the Cape's scenic Route 6A is the inviting St. Mary's Church in Barnstable Village. This Cape Cod-style, cedar-shingled complex of buildings dates from the 1800s, and is both beautiful and highly energy efficient. For economic and environmental reasons,…
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"The St. Mary’s [Barnstable] garden is open every day from dawn to 6 p.m., and even dogs are welcome. A sign encourages visitors to approach with gratitude for not only the garden and its gardeners, but for all of God’s creation." Susan Moeller reflects on a recent visit to the garden of St. Mary's…
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After two years of uncertainty and feelings of isolation and disconnect, members of the Social Justice Group of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church wanted to not only find a way to bring people together, but to raise awareness about all people subject to prejudice and injustice, especially considering…
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Around 60 people showed up at St. Barnabas’s to take part in an event called “Families Together Support Ukraine,” organized by The Coalition for Children, a support program based in Falmouth and Mashpee for kids and their families.