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Fall Book Study & Discussion

Posted by on September 2, 2019 in Archives, Meditations, TEC_News | Comments Off on Fall Book Study & Discussion

Fall Book Study & Discussion

August 26, 2019 Dear Sisters,St. Benedict taught that Christ is as near as our neighbor. If we can not love the Christ we can see next to us, how can we love the Christ we can not see? Living in Community thus becomes “a school for the Lord’s service” (Prologue 45). Part of building that community of love is the common worship and prayer—the Opus Dei.As we approach our tenth year as a community, I invite you to join us in a common daily devotional reading of The Rule of Benedict. Benedict recommended that each new monk read The...

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2019 Annual Meeting

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2019 Annual Meeting

The Episcopal Community September 24, 2019 6PM CST Please join the Circle of Leadership and other members of The Episcopal Community for our 2019 Annual Meeting via Conference Call on September 24, 2019. We will share about the activities The Episcopal Community is undertaking, report on financial matters and how we are serving the church today.Additional information with call in numbers will be sent a week before the Annual Meeting.If you find you are not able to be on the call, please click on this link to download the Proxy, fill it in and return in to the National...

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Christmas Message to The Episcopal Community 2018

Posted by on December 24, 2018 in Archives | Comments Off on Christmas Message to The Episcopal Community 2018

Christmas Message to The Episcopal Community 2018

Beloved in Christ, I send each of you in the Episcopal Community greetings and my prayers for a blessed Christmas Season.  As Christians we gather on Christmas to celebrate the birth of Jesus who was born in a stable because there was no room in the Inn.  As disciples of Jesus we take time during this Holy Season to ensure that the Inn is also in our hearts as we make room for Jesus and witness to the Gospel in His name.  It is for all Christians a season of Hope and Joy that the Christ Child may fill...

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Advent: A time to prepare

Posted by on November 30, 2018 in Archives | Comments Off on Advent: A time to prepare

Advent: A time to prepare

Greetings from The Rt. Rev. Philip Duncan We are about to enter the Advent Season: a time to prepare for the celebration when we will remember God coming into His creation as one of us. Advent is a time of getting ready for the birth of Christ Jesus our Lord. For many of us, it is the time of card and letter writing to friends far and near. For others, this time is for spiritual preparation; for others, it is gift buying to then be given on Christmas; and for still others, it is a time of pain as...

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General Convention 79 – Austin, TX

Posted by on June 24, 2018 in Archives | Comments Off on General Convention 79 – Austin, TX

July 4 – 11, 2018 Join us as we gather to serve The Episcopal Church. We will participate in the ECW Triennial. Nancy Young, National President and Patti Joy Posan, National Vice President, will lead a workshop at Triennial, “Wake Up! See! Hear! Share!” On July 8th we will gather for our Annual Meeting and install the newly elected members of The Circle of Leadership. More information to come. TRIENNIAL MEETING 2018 JULY 5-13, 2018 IN AUSTIN, TEXAS GO! Share the Word: Every Day, Comunicamos, Every Where October 21-23, 2016  The Episcopal Community will be joining with the Episcopal Church Women of the...

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Alleluia! Christ is Risen! The Lord is Risen indeed! Alleluia!

Posted by on March 29, 2018 in Archives | Comments Off on Alleluia! Christ is Risen! The Lord is Risen indeed! Alleluia!

I have been on my Lenten journey toward the Easter Event, and this year I have found it harder not to take short cuts or “get on with it.”  Well the journey is almost over and finished or not, Easter will arrive. It is all but time to proclaim “Christ is risen!” “The Lord is risen indeed!”  Words that are the central profession of our faith.  We still have the time of the three days before Easter Day and without them Easter can be empty. I will get the Easter candy and eggs for my grandchildren and the lamb...

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