Seek - July 2018

Continuing their spiritual growth: Portland Daughters of the King

Continuing their spiritual growth: Portland Daughters of the King

All-Parish Read Digs Beyond Skin-Deep

All-Parish Read at St. Tim's Digs Beyond Skin-Deep by Florrie Kohn

Miracle in Kiryandongo by Deborah Goldfeder

Rebuilding trust with a gift of peace: how benches are reconciling former
enemies in a refugee camp miles away from the civil war at home. #sharethejourney

JesusHacked Podcast begins second season

JesusHacked Podcast wins award, begins second season of recording with a new feature

God's timing, or just another day at Trinity Food Pantry

God's timing, or just another day at Trinity Food Pantry

Ecumenical Opportunities at Episcopal School for Ministry

Ecumenical Opportunities at Episcopal School for Ministry

Enter the No-Fake Zone: Community of Hope

Enter the No-Fake Zone by Christopher Kurth, Lay chaplain with the Community of Hope International

How do we discern? by Rebecca Ragland

How do we discern? The people of St. Paul's Church in Carondelet neighborhood of St. Louis are discerning the best use for their vacant rectory

The Waters of Baptism

Bishop's appointed Task Force on Baptism begins their work and introduces ministry and projects

Anti Racism workshop registration now open

Registration for the two day workshop (Sept 28-29) to be held in St. Charles is now open.

Media links after Reclaiming Jesus service and vigil

Curated links to videos, text, and articles about the Reclaiming Jesus declaration, prayer service and vigil.

Reclaiming Jesus: A Confession of Faith in a Time of Crisis

Reclaiming Jesus, on May 24, is a declaration, church service, and vigil at the White House in Washington DC. It will be livestreamed by The Episcopal Church. A local service of support will be held at Advent Episcopal Church in St. Louis.

Michael Curry shares God's love at royal wedding and with the whole world

Bishop Michael Curry preached a sermon about God's redemptive love for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and the whole world is talking about it. Links here.

After Bishop Wayne's announcement, the process to call Missouri's 11th Bishop begins

The process to call Missouri's 11th bishop begins, after the 10th announces his plans to retire in Spring of 2020.

Bishop Wayne Smith's announcement to the diocese, setting in process the election and call of the 11th Bishop of Missouri

Bishop Wayne Smith of Missouri announces retirement and sets in motion the two-year process to nominate and call the 11th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri

Ripples of opinion and discourse follow Missouri faith leaders' press conference

Missouri Faith Leaders press conference inspires ongoing conversation on gun violence prevention

Diocesan Position Statement on Secure Gun Storage

The Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri implores gun owners to lock and secure weapons against use by children or those suffering from agonizing despair.

Gun Violence Prevention Initiatives in the Diocese

Gun violence prevention Initiatives in the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri.

Conceal and Carry: The Episcopal Bishop of Missouri Writes to the Missouri General Assembly

Conceal and Carry: The Episcopal Bishop of Missouri Writes to the Missouri General Assembly.

Press Conference scheduled 4/11: Missouri Faith Leaders oppose change to state law allowing concealed weapons in houses of worship

PRESS CONFERENCE SCHEDULED IN ST. LOUIS for 11:15 AM, April 11, 2018: Missouri Faith Leaders oppose allowing concealed weapons in houses of worship. Held at Catholic Charities, 4445 Lindell. Speakers include: The Most Rev. Robert Carlson, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of St. Louis; The Rev. Bob Farr, Bishop of the United Methodist Church in Missouri; The Rev. Charles Norris, Vice-President, St. Louis Metropolitan Clergy Coalition; Rabbi Brigitte Rosenberg, St. Louis Rabbinical Association; The Rt. Rev. George Wayne Smith, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri

Our Church responds to Gun Violence

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