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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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“Almighty and Everlasting God, You hate nothing You have made.” 750 470 Episcopalians in Connection
“Almighty and Everlasting God, You hate nothing You have made.”

Reflecting on making a memorial to the people who died from COVID-19 When I decided to mark Ash Wednesday at Church of the Good Shepherd in Athens by putting up…

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Community advocates secure Episcopal Church grant to help students connect with school 360 270 Episcopalians in Connection
Community advocates secure Episcopal Church grant to help students connect with school

Community advocates from St. Barnabas, Montgomery, have obtained a $5,000 grant Becoming Beloved Community Grant from The Episcopal Church to make it possible for students in Cincinnati’s West End to…

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The unintentional evangelist 480 640 Episcopalians in Connection
The unintentional evangelist

Several weeks ago, I saw a notice that the diocese was taking orders for masks in minimum quantities of five. I figured eventually I would need more than the one…

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Food for the Soul: A love story 1500 1119 Episcopalians in Connection
Food for the Soul: A love story

Once upon a time in the land of Glendale, in a place called the Transfiguration Spirituality Center, there worked a gentle group of people who cooked while others retreated. These…

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Inspired by a nun, teacher returns home and gives back 750 500 Episcopalians in Connection
Inspired by a nun, teacher returns home and gives back

“Where there is no vision, the people perish.” Proverbs 29:18 This is the story about a woman taught and mentored as a child by a nun, returning home and giving…

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Columbus clergy connecting during COVID 750 563 Episcopalians in Connection
Columbus clergy connecting during COVID

During the last months clergy colleagues in the Columbus metropolitan area have found two ways of staying connected during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Bible Buds Columbus Bible Buds at Whetstone…

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ECM: Episcopalians addressing needs through connection 750 470 Episcopalians in Connection
ECM: Episcopalians addressing needs through connection

Can one person make a difference when issues are so challenging, and the need is so great?  Every single person can have a significant impact on many lives by having…

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