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Kathleen Moore

Trinity, Troy Offers Local Community a Fresh Start through Spiritual Practices

Trinity, Troy Offers Local Community a Fresh Start through Spiritual Practices 481 640 Episcopalians in Connection

by Kathleen Moore The soft rings of Tibetan singing bowls and catchy strains of contemporary music you will hear during monthly meetings of Fresh Start Spiritual Practices at Trinity Episcopal…

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Small churches make a big impact along the Ohio River

Small churches make a big impact along the Ohio River 1200 1031 Episcopalians in Connection

By Melodie Woerman The Rev. Joshua Nelson St. Peter’s, Gallipolis and Grace, Pomeroy are small, 180-year-old congregations in small towns along the Ohio River in Appalachia. They share a resident…

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“We Want to Get It Right”: An Update on the Bishop Transition

“We Want to Get It Right”: An Update on the Bishop Transition 1275 1650 Episcopalians in Connection

In the Episcopal Church today, what used to be considered “normal” bishop transitions are becoming decidedly less common, as dioceses decide to take the kind of extended interim between diocesan…

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Supporting vital ministries: ECM announces 2022 Grants

Supporting vital ministries: ECM announces 2022 Grants 560 420 Episcopalians in Connection

Earlier this month Episcopal Community Ministries (ECM) awarded more than $70,000 in grants to congregations across the Diocese of Southern Ohio. The grants, which are funded by donations and by…

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2021 Report to Diocesan Convention

2021 Report to Diocesan Convention 560 420 Episcopalians in Connection

Episcopal Community Ministries Submitted by The Rev. Dr. Ellen Cook, Chair Please state the mission of your commission Episcopal Community Ministries (ECM) is a major source of grants for the…

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Transformations CDC Summer 2021 Vignettes

Transformations CDC Summer 2021 Vignettes 1000 503 Episcopalians in Connection

Transformations CDC is  a non-profit originally started by the bilingual Episcopal church, The Church of Our Saviour/La Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador, to help serve the needs of the undocumented immigrant community in…

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“Just Let Us Know That We Are Loved”

“Just Let Us Know That We Are Loved” 250 185 Episcopalians in Connection

“Do you see this woman?” Judge Paul Herbert often found himself pondering Jesus’ question over the years as prostitutes repeatedly came before his bench in Franklin County Municipal Court. The…

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Garden of All Saints Container Program Blossoms

Garden of All Saints Container Program Blossoms 600 600 Episcopalians in Connection

The Garden of All Saints growing space was expanded this year. After a successful growing season in 2020 where the Garden for All Saints produced 750lbs of produce for local food…

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Transformations CDC Says Basta! to Food Insecurity in Westwood

Transformations CDC Says Basta! to Food Insecurity in Westwood 250 196 Episcopalians in Connection

Food Distribution in Westmont, Police Visit An Update from the director of Transformations DCD Working with local immigrant leadership, Transformations CDC met with police and the immigrant community over the…

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Transformations CDC’s Students’ Herpetology Weekend in Red River Gorge

Transformations CDC’s Students’ Herpetology Weekend in Red River Gorge 400 300 Episcopalians in Connection

Transformations CDC is  a non-profit originally started by the bilingual Episcopal church, The Church of Our Saviour/La Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador, to help serve the needs of the undocumented immigrant community in…

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