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Mary Magdalene Fund Easter Ingathering

Posted by on April 25, 2019 in News, TEC_News | Comments Off on Mary Magdalene Fund Easter Ingathering

Mary Magdalene Fund Easter Ingathering

But whoever has been forgiven little loves little. “Then Jesus said to her, “Your sins are forgiven.”  The Mary Magdalene Fund supports the operations, work, and mission of The Episcopal Community. The name of the Fund was chosen because Mary Magdalene was the first to spread the news of the Risen Christ. Funds may be used to provide services, materials, and communications that exceed the regular budget; to help with expenses of providing retreats, workshops and annual meetings; to defray costs of providing services at General Convention of The Episcopal Church, and to help provide operational needs. Although donations...

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Installation of Pat Davis and Merry Keyser

Posted by on April 25, 2019 in Featured, News, TEC_News | Comments Off on Installation of Pat Davis and Merry Keyser

Installation of Pat Davis and Merry Keyser

You are invited to Pat Davis & Merry Keyser’s Installation into The Episcopal Community April 27, 2019 12:30pm The Chapel at St Mary’s Convent, Sewanee, TN Merry Keyser retired from her Federal government career in 2004 and, together with her husband, embarked on an intentional “giving back” career as a volunteer for our professional society – the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Our IEEE volunteer work takes us around the world organizing conferences and although we initially agreed to do this for ten years, we are still going strong and expect to continue for a few more years....

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Lenten Thoughts 2019

Posted by on March 4, 2019 in News | Comments Off on Lenten Thoughts 2019

Lenten Thoughts 2019

When I think of Lent, I think of daffodils. To bloom, daffodils must have a period of quiet (twelve to sixteen weeks) underground in the silent, cool darkness. During that time, a daffodil slowly develops roots as it takes in nutrients from the soil. It then goes dormant, resting, before beginning the inner formation of the future flower. Finally the leaves push through the soil to the light, the first sign of the inner silent growth. The foliage, its life supported by the strong roots slowly grown during the quiet resting time, is able to withstand snow and freezing...

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Walking the Way of Love

Posted by on February 25, 2019 in News | Comments Off on Walking the Way of Love

Walking the Way of Love

Join our Presiding Bishop as he discusses “The Way of Love” Click here to learn more and begin your journey. Please follow and like...

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Pray Along with Our Community or Submit Your Own Prayer Request

Posted by on March 24, 2015 in News | Comments Off on Pray Along with Our Community or Submit Your Own Prayer Request

Pray Along with Our Community or Submit Your Own Prayer Request

Click on the prayer request link … “And let them first pray together, that so they may associate in peace.”― Benedict of Nursia, The Rule of Saint Benedict A Prayer of St Benedict (480-547) Gracious and holy Father,please give me: intellect to understand you;reason to discern you;diligence to seek you;wisdom to find you;a spirit to know you;a heart to meditate upon you;ears to hear you;eyes to see you;a tongue to proclaim you;a way of life pleasing to you;patience to wait for you;and perseverance to look for you. Grant me:a perfect end,your holy presence.A blessed resurrection,And life everlasting. Please follow...

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