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HOPE in the midst of a pandemic 750 455 Episcopalians in Connection
HOPE in the midst of a pandemic

So much of daily life has been put on ‘hold’ during the COVID-19 crisis. Even those who were looking forward to taking possession of a new home through Habitat for…

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PIMIL renews rice campaign for Liberia 750 500 Episcopalians in Connection
PIMIL renews rice campaign for Liberia

Rice is a staple in the Liberian diet. You may recall that during the years of the Ebola virus epidemic in Liberia (2014-2016), Partners-in-Ministry-in-Liberia, or PIMIL, launched a rice campaign…

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Christ Church Springfield provides social justice sermon series 750 563 Episcopalians in Connection
Christ Church Springfield provides social justice sermon series

Christ Church, Springfield, has invited ten local preachers to address the link between the Christian tradition and the work of social justice. The sermon series, which is part of a…

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Diocesan grant saving lives in Madagascar 750 563 Episcopalians in Connection
Diocesan grant saving lives in Madagascar

A $5,200 diocesan SDG grant awarded to Ascension and Holy Trinity, Wyoming, last winter is equipping an impoverished community near Madagascar’s major port to prevent water-born infections – a major…

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Serving our changing neighborhood in the pandemic 560 420 Episcopalians in Connection
Serving our changing neighborhood in the pandemic

Like most parishes, Church of the Good Shepherd in Athens, Ohio, had to close our building to the public in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Located in the heart…

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Love surrounds ‘The Valley’ and beyond thanks to two Lincoln Heights she-roes 750 563 Episcopalians in Connection
Love surrounds ‘The Valley’ and beyond thanks to two Lincoln Heights she-roes

Memories and lessons learned from the superheroes and ‘she’-roes in their lives inspired two sister-like friends, both born in September under the stars of Virgo, to act to address the…

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The ABC (D)’s of building community 750 563 Episcopalians in Connection
The ABC (D)’s of building community

Community development is most effective when you begin by building personal relationships. That seems obvious, right? Except that all too often it’s not. Most non-profit organizations are created to deal…

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From right, Tanya Maus, the director of the Peace Resource Center at Wilmington Colleg; Archbishop of Nagasaki Mitsuaki Takami; and Chitose Fujita, a member of the congregation at Urakami Cathedral, smile with the cross that was returned to the cathedral in the city of Nagasaki on Aug. 7, 2019. (Mainichi/Noriko Tokuno)
Citizen diplomacy, reconciliation and peace between the US and Japan 750 496 Episcopalians in Connection
Citizen diplomacy, reconciliation and peace between the US and Japan

The story begins in Nagasaki, Japan, soon after the United States detonated the second of two atomic bombs that destroyed the Urakami Cathedral during morning worship on August 9, 1945. Roughly 80,000…

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Failing faithfully 750 502 Episcopalians in Connection
Failing faithfully

For the past 20 months, I have worked for a failing company. I came to Columbus right out of college, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. I was full of energy and excitement at…

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