Learning to See Redemption

(From Diocese of CT – June Clergy Newsletter) I'm passionate about practicing and teaching non-dualistic thinking. Non-dualistic thinking helped me change my question: Is this good or bad? into the following questions: What is good and what is bad in this situation? How do I know this? Non-dualistic thinking allows me to be in relationship with these questions, which I find myself only capable of doing with God's help. The by-product of this way of thinking is that I grow in relationship with God through the very events/occurrences of my day. Each event becomes an invitation to receive grace; an invitation to engage the Holy One - The Sacrament of the Present Moment, as Jesuit Priest Jean-Pi

Vermont Diocese Announces 2017 Convention Theme

The theme for the 185th Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Church in Vermont will be Declare Dignity, and our special guest will be Dr. Donna Hicks, renowned author of Dignity: The Essential Role It Plays in Resolving Conflict. This year's Convention will be held on November 3 & 4, 2017, at Jackson Gore Village in beautiful Ludlow, Vermont. Subscribe to the Mountain digital magazine so that you never miss an announcement!

Efforts to Dismantle Racism Ramp Up at Spring Retreat, Result in Diocesan Goals and Four-phase Appro

Acknowledgment is the first step to dealing with any tough problem. It can also be the most difficult, especially for those who proclaim the dignity of all humankind. With this in mind, a diocesan team committed to the work of dismantling racism convened at a retreat in late March to outline a path to restoration and a plan for action. Under the guidance of Elizabeth Parker, member of Christ Church in Montpelier, and the Rev. Rob Spainhour, rector of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Swanton, the Dismantling Racism team, established three goals: (1) To cultivate an understanding of racism in America, (2) to engage with communities marginalized by race, and (3) reconciliation and restoration o

Holy Hikes-Vermont Invites Hikers to Second Year of Environmental Sensibility, Church Beyond Walls

Holy Hikes-Vermont is an emerging ministry based at Trinity Episcopal Church, Shelburne, Vt., in collaboration with St. James Episcopal Church, Essex Junction, and All Saints Episcopal Church, South Burlington. The hikes occur monthly and are open to all people of the Diocese as well as other faith communities and seekers. The hikes are based around a Eucharistic (communion) service. Holy Hikes is a trademarked organization begun by the Rev. Justin R. Cannon in the Diocese of California as a hiking ministry. The Vermont chapter was established in 2016 by the Rev. Kim Hardy, who was recently named as St. James’ priest in partnership. One purpose of Holy Hikes is to encourage environmental sen

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