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Diocesan ministry networks will be facilitating online book discussions in January, February and March, each inspired by diocesan mission strategy themes of reimagining congregations, building relationships and engaging the world.  All are welcome to join one or more of the three Wednesday evening…
In the News
The Father Bill’s & Mainspring shelter in Quincy held its annual Thanksgiving meal. Each Thanksgiving, Father Bill’s and MainSpring makes sure the plates of those in need are filled with turkey, gravy, green beans, carrots, potatoes and pie at its annual community dinner at Christ Church on Elm…
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The diocesan community’s prayers and presence are invited for these upcoming ordinations to the priesthood: • The Rev. Sarah Brock on Saturday, Dec. 7, 10 a.m., at St. John’s Church (705 Hale Street) in Beverly Farms (sponsored for ordination by All Saints Church, Brookline); • The Rev. Paul…
Parish News

St. Peter's Church is trying a new kind of worship with its new "Dinner Church" program. This worship experience involves people gathering together to prepare and share a meal, along with a contemporary Eucharistic prayer and service...

Parish News
In a diocesan news article in October, readers learned about some of the congregations of the diocese with partnerships in Haiti that are continuing despite ongoing protests and unrest. One of these parishes was Christ Church in South Hamilton, which had a group scheduled to go on a mission trip to…
Parish News
On Sunday, Oct. 20, St. Michael's Church in Milton dedicated and blessed a new stained glass window in the church, in honor of the "Women of St. Michael's." The "Women of St. Michael's" was a parish group originally formed in the 1960's to "give a unified structure and identity to women's…
In the News
The Cathedral Church of St. Paul in downtown Boston was dark, save for the dim light of candles held by hundreds of people who attended Sunday evening’s Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil. Each flame, held in a cup labeled with a name, represented one of the more than 300 transgender individuals…
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It takes a neighborhood to raise a child and ensure that young imaginations can grow and soar. Organizations in the Niagara Neighborhood have taken that job seriously and have worked to keep the William S. Greene School Library open to its 727 elementary students. “We wanted to help the children…
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Just over a year ago, the day after the deadly mass shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue, more than a thousand locals gathered together on the Boston Common to mourn and pray. As the Rev. Amy McCreath, dean of the historic St. Paul Cathedral that overlooks America’s oldest park, watched…
Diocesan News

The Office of the Bishop has issued the following notice: