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September 11, 2019 | by Susan Green

Hi friends!  On Trinity Sunday, while I was still in the rehab facility, the New Testament reading was Romans 5:1-5. Verses 3-5 seemed to make sense of what I was going through at that time. Paul was making a bold statement about what those who were justified by faith in Jesus Christ could expect. He was […]

July 20, 2019 | by Hannah Wilder
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Have you wondered if your church is safe when you’re worshiping there? Have you thought about starting a safety and security ministry in your faith community? Learn what others are doing to protect their congregations, and what you can do to provide a safer experience for everyone who sets foot on your campus. Diocesan Safety […]

April 9, 2018 | by Jeff Green

It would have been better if I had been disabled from birth. I was born to a very athletic family; my relatives won state and national championships in swimming and skiing. My mother was a world class swimmer. During my first years in elementary school, I was always athletic and often picked to be a […]

June 13, 2017 | by Susan Green

When I met Andrew, he told me he wanted to pursue a calling to the priesthood. I had only been an Episcopalian for three years when we met so I was not sure what that would mean By the time we were married I was certain that Andrew and I were called to ministry together. When […]