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Community in the time of Covid-19

Posted by on August 4, 2020 in Featured, News, TEC_News | 0 comments

Community in the time of Covid-19

Community in the Time of COVID-19 by Nancy Young, National President, The Episcopal Community How can we be there when we can’t be there? This is a question that religious groups throughout the church are having to answer during this COVID-19 pandemic. At a time when we must practice social distancing, a time we cannot travel, a time of isolation, we face two primary challenges: How do we support each other in this time of separation, turmoil, and grief?How do we carry on the mission and business of our group? This is not a new question for The Episcopal...

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Miller’s Moths

Posted by on June 1, 2020 in Featured, News | Comments Off on Miller’s Moths

Miller’s Moths

All these [the Disciples] were constantly devoting themselves to prayer,Together with certain women, including Mary the mother of Jesus,As well as his brothers.When the day of Pentecost had come,they were all together in one place.And suddenly from heaven there came a soundLike the rush of a violent wind and it filledthe entire house where they were sitting.Divided tongues appeared among them,And a tongue rested on each of them.All of them were filled with the Holy SpiritAnd begin to speak in other languages,As the Spirit gave them ability.I opened the door early this morning, and Miller Moths were everywhere. Not...

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Pentecost 2020 Bishop Duncan

Posted by on June 1, 2020 in Chaplain, Featured, News | Comments Off on Pentecost 2020 Bishop Duncan

Pentecost 2020 Bishop Duncan

Dear Sisters of The Episcopal Community, As Christians we are always on a holy journey. That journey is sometimes glorious and sometimes not! In that journey we are always traveling on the road of faith and trust in God. For the past 50 days we have followed with the apostles and saints throughout history. We have traveled with them in their desert times and their waiting for the coming of the Holy Spirit promised by Jesus. Those in that community were first left speechless and then they all spoke so they understood each other.For us, we believe that we...

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Installation of Barbara Willis

Posted by on August 1, 2019 in Featured, TEC_News | Comments Off on Installation of Barbara Willis

Installation of Barbara Willis

Episcopal Women answering God’s call to live out our Baptismal Covenant Barbara Willis attended the Diocesan Episcopal Church Women annual meeting last November where she learned about “The Rule of St. Benedict.” The workshop was facilitated by Patti Joy Posan, National Vice Pres­ident and Nancy Young, National President, both of the Episcopal Community. The purpose of the workshop was to learn how a Benedictine focus can change how we think about ourselves, how we treat one another and how we spend our time. Basically, a Benedictine focus can help us to live into our Baptismal Covenant -to proclaim the...

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10th Anniversary Celebration

Posted by on July 22, 2019 in Featured, News, TEC_News | Comments Off on 10th Anniversary Celebration

10th Anniversary Celebration

The joy and honor of your presence is requested at the National Gathering and Celebration of the 10 Year Anniversary of the founding and incorporation of The Episcopal Community June 20, 2020 Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta, Georgia The Episcopal Community was incorporated February 17, 2010, at St. Philip’s Cathedral, by a group of women seeking the accountability and support of other Episcopal women as they pursue a deeper commitment in living out the Baptismal Covenant while also strengthening their connection to their parish, their diocese, and the national church. Using the Rule of Benedict as a guide, members...

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Easter (C) 2019

Posted by on April 27, 2019 in Chaplain, Featured, News | Comments Off on Easter (C) 2019

Easter (C) 2019

One of the wonderful joys of Easter is that it is a Season: 50 days to celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Christ’s victory over the power of sin, evil and death.We celebrate those seven Sundays during which the early Church commemorated/remembered together in community what took place following Jesus’s death and burial. Christ was experienced physically by those who knew Him. There is a power in those stories and there is hope and joy.Every year we share those stories (that Central Story in/of our faith) with each other and the world. We can only tell the...

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