Register for Provincial Synod (Conference)
Join colleagues from across New England as we gather online on Saturday, September 26th from 9-2 to worship, welcome, wonder, affirm and celebrate our work together in the Province. All Episcopalians in Province I are invited! Click READ MORE to register!
Province I Calls a New Coordinator
Emily Keniston joins us as the new Coordinator for Province I beginning June 15th. She will facilitate communication, inspiration and programming across the province. Read more about her welcome message to the Province by clicking the READ MORE box below.
Exploring Diversity Webinars
The video archives of conversation exploring diversity and nurturing cultural competency are available by clicking READ MORE below this box.
Deacons Talking on Road to Emmaus
Deacons gather the 2nd Monday of each month to share ministry experiences and learn how to adapt them for new contexts. Check the Province Calendar to learn about this month's offering. Find Recordings of our conversations by clicking READ MORE.
Link: Anti-Racism Training Framework
Completing Anti-Racism training is mandated by Episcopal Church Canon for those being ordained, required for those serving in church leadership roles, and necessary for laypersons to help eliminate the sin of racism in the world as we Become Beloved Community. Anti-racism training is something that many want to incorporate into their formation programs. But what should that training teach? What should it really accomplish? Learn the Episcopal Church's response; click READ MORE below this image
SUPPORTING THE BODY OF CHRIST IN NEW ENGLAND
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN NEW ENGLAND WELCOMES YOU
The Diaconal Ministry of Province 1 provides opportunities for networking, support and further enrichment of deacons and various supporters of this servant ministry.
A Call to appreciate one another as children of God continually has been repeated at the General Conventions of the Episcopal Church. This is our response.
Faith formation is the lifelong, life-wide and life deep process of growing in our relationship with God, self, others and all creation.
The care of creation is entrusted to us. Look here to learn about the ways we are doing this in Province 1 and the Episcopal Church.
Campus Ministries supports ministries of, to, and with young adults (ages 18-30) both on and off college campuses through the communities, resources and networks of the Episcopal Church.
Human trafficking is a contemporary form of slavery that typically involves victims who have been forced, defrauded, or coerced into labor or sexual exploitation. This is an issue that the Episcopal Church is addressing globally, nationally, and locally.
The goal of spiritual direction is to become more aware of the movement of the spirit or sacred in our life and decide how to respond integrating that awareness.
"We are The Jesus Movement: We are following Jesus and growing loving, liberating and life giving relationships with God, with each other, and with creation, alleluia! This is not a program, but a way of life." – The Rev. Stephanie Spellers, Canon for Evangelism and Reconciliation
All Our Children is a ministry of the Episcopal Church that champions every child’s right to a quality public education by building community, creating partnership, and advocating for justice.