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SLAY Middle School retreat a weekend of fun 750 563 Episcopalians in Connection
SLAY Middle School retreat a weekend of fun

by Adam Hayden The 2022 SLAY Middle School Retreat was a blast! Fifteen 6th-8th grade students came together for a weekend of learning, empowering, having fun, and oh yeah, EATING! The…

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Christmas Joy Purse for Ebola orphans 750 405 Episcopalians in Connection
Christmas Joy Purse for Ebola orphans

A kickball game at the Christmas celebration Partners-in-Ministry-in-Liberia (PIMIL) invites you to join in donating toward an annual “Christmas Joy Purse” to Liberian Ebola orphans to celebrate Jesus’ birth with…

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St. Simon of Cyrene blesses new photovoltaic solar system 2560 1690 Episcopalians in Connection
St. Simon of Cyrene blesses new photovoltaic solar system

St. Simon of Cyrene blessed the congregation’s new photovoltaic solar system during a special creation-themed liturgy celebrating St. Francis of Assisi on October 9. Pastor Mary Laymon led the service,…

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Many gifts – one Spirit: youth groups improve spaces at the Procter Center 936 702 Episcopalians in Connection
Many gifts – one Spirit: youth groups improve spaces at the Procter Center

By Annika Russo “Many gifts – one Spirit. So many different ways to serve the Lord,” ran the text of a Vacation Bible School song that Jennifer Bell, organist and…

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Northern Miami Valley Episcopal Cluster parishes are growing under new priest’s leadership 1800 968 Episcopalians in Connection
Northern Miami Valley Episcopal Cluster parishes are growing under new priest’s leadership

By Melodie Woerman Bishop Smith on May 1 at a joint service of the churches of the Northern Miami Valley Episcopal Cluster, in Church of Our Savior, Mechanicsburg The two…

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Campus Ministry in Athens Includes Coffee, Pop Culture and a Priest on the Porch 800 539 Episcopalians in Connection
Campus Ministry in Athens Includes Coffee, Pop Culture and a Priest on the Porch

By Melodie Woerman The Rev. Deborah Woolsey, rector of Good Shepherd, stands in front of a TARDIS, from the Doctor Who TV series, during a talk posted to the church…

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

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

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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St. Mark’s, Columbus honors formerly enslaved landowner 500 333 Episcopalians in Connection
St. Mark’s, Columbus honors formerly enslaved landowner

The Rev. Vicki Zust, center, with members of the Upper Arlington School Board. The board members from left to right are: Nidhi Satiani, President Lori Trent, Vice President Jenny McKenna…

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