Bishop Michael Curry has issued an invitation for us, in the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement, to embrace "The Way of Love." It is based on principles developed by the 1st century Movement, inspired by Jesus, that committed to living the way of God’s unconditional, unselfish, sacrificial, and redemptive love. To help us grow more deeply with Jesus Christ and identify ways we can bear witness to his way of love in and for the world, the Episcopal Church has develop a rich set of resources framed by seven practices: Turn - Learn - Pray - Worship - Bless - Go - Rest (See The Way of Love website). This year's faith formation leaders gathering is designed to give us experiences of these p


As members of a local church we know that our communities need us, and we need them. Still, it can be hard to connect to new people, or even to find them. This workshop is a chance to explore what your congregation has to offer to the community, and how to let the community know who you are. Ideal for outreach committees, missions groups, and church leadership teams, this gathering will help you to explore new ways to create a traditional sense of belonging and consider how worship, education and formation, and outreach programs can show radical hospitality. Participants will leave with specific ideas they can implement to engage in mission and evangelism that communicates love and welcome t

Province I evangelism activists are invited to Vermont Convention, Oct. 26-27

All those interested in evangelism in New England are invited to participate in the Diocese of Vermont’s annual convention, “Go Tell It on the Mountains: Evangelism Vermont-Style,” which will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Burlington, Vermont, on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 26-27, 2018. Friday’s entire program, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., is devoted to plenaries and workshops on evangelism and would be especially interesting for outside visitors. Register here. While the convention title highlights “Vermont-Style,” it could just as well be titled “New England-Style.” Vermont is the least religiously affiliated state in the USA, but it is closely followed by New Hampshire and other New England states

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Emily Keniston, MS. Ed.

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