Connections Spring 2022

Lent in the Time of the Pandemic

Lent in the Time of the Pandemic 750 440 Episcopalians in Connection

When I was a young priest and living in Western Michigan, I was no stranger to the monks at St. Gregory’s Abbey, near the town of Three Rivers and about an hour away from…

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On cracks, change and finding life

On cracks, change and finding life 750 498 Episcopalians in Connection

By now, you probably have noticed that this issue of Connections looks a little bit different. We’re trying some new things in this new year, the first of which is changing up the size…

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Changes spell an uncertain future

Changes spell an uncertain future 750 563 Episcopalians in Connection

Way up in the most northeastern corner of our diocese, sitting on the Ohio River in Belmont County are two small towns, Bellaire and Martins Ferry. Although many people in our diocese have likely never…

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Irma Tillery: A Tribute

Irma Tillery: A Tribute 500 608 Episcopalians in Connection

Irma Tillery Irma Tillery, organist at St. Andrew’s, Evanston, (Cincinnati) for over 30 years, played a pivotal role in bringing the Lift Every Voice and Sing hymnal and the beautiful heritage of…

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Welcoming the stranger through futbol

Welcoming the stranger through futbol 749 472 Episcopalians in Connection

How do you capitalize on a year’s pent-up energy (or couch potato-hood) from distance learning? Offer futbol! (Known in the US as soccer) The Transformations CDC Futbol team in their new uniforms. The…

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Coat extravaganza

Coat extravaganza 741 589 Episcopalians in Connection

Neighbors gathered for a weekly food distribution and were able to select a coat donated by parishioners of Church ofthe Redeemer, Cincinnati, and St. Anne’s, West Chester. Thanks to bags…

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