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Growing in faith at Procter Farm 300 300 Episcopalians in Connection
Growing in faith at Procter Farm

I hear the crunch, crunch, crunch of gravel under my boots as I walk between the two historical structures. To my left is the corn crib, one of the oldest…

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Bishop Transition: Where are we, and where are we going? 1440 906 Episcopalians in Connection
Bishop Transition: Where are we, and where are we going?

We, the Standing Committee of the Diocese of Southern Ohio, wanted to give you a sense of where we are and the work we are doing. As followers of Jesus…

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A Garden Cathedral 400 201 Episcopalians in Connection
A Garden Cathedral

No walls but beds that hold the soil, welcoming all to join the toil; Of life-giving ways. Warmth of sun and soaking rain, calls forth seed to rise and proclaim;…

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We are in this together, but can we get together now? 751 416 Episcopalians in Connection
We are in this together, but can we get together now?

Thinking back on the months since March 15, 2020 – the Sunday of the week that ushered in Ohio’s COVID-19 pandemic restrictions – we can say we are all in…

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“Just let us know that we are loved” 750 500 Episcopalians in Connection
“Just let us know that we are loved”

“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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Spice jar service 480 446 Episcopalians in Connection
Spice jar service

A year ago, as we were part way through Lent and all our churches, schools and some businesses suddenly had to shut down because of a new virus we could…

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Not even a pandemic can keep the spirit down 2560 1342 Episcopalians in Connection
Not even a pandemic can keep the spirit down

I often remark that in the 27 years I have been a bishop, my all-time favorite activity is Sunday morning visitations to parishes. Mariann most always goes with me and…

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What Reparations means to us 150 150 Episcopalians in Connection
What Reparations means to us

“Will you seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself? Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every…

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Herpetology weekend at Red River Gorge 2560 1920 Episcopalians in Connection
Herpetology weekend at Red River Gorge

Imagine spending a weekend in Red River Gorge getting wet and muddy while studying salamanders, frogs and other amphibians. Each year Price Hill-based Transformations CDC, a ministry of Church of…

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