BLACK HERITAGE TRAIL OF NH CELEBRATES NEW HOME

The Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire has a new home to tell its story -- an 18th century historic house at 222 Court St. in Portsmouth. The house was constructed in 1749 and served as a parsonage to the Rev. Arthur Browne, the first Rector of Queen's Chapel, now St. John's Episcopal Church in Portsmouth, and a slave-holder himself. "For a structure that once roomed slaves to now become a lantern, remembrance, and marker of black lives, it is a full circle story." For more click here.

NH RECOVERY MINISTRIES OFFERS HANDBOOK

The Episcopal Church in NH has curated a lot of resources about addiction and recoveryfor individuals, clergy and congregtions on the diocese's website. Their Recovery Ministry Committee just added a 32-page handbook on starting a Recovery Eucharist or Prayer Service in churches or other settings. You can find a PDF version on the Recovery page of the Diocesan website under Liturgical Resources HERE, or contact the Rev. Susan Ackley at ackleysusan@gmail.com for a PDF or hard copy of the book.

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