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  • A Timeline in Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Consecration of Philander Chase as the First Bishop of Ohio

    On February 11, 2019 we observed the 200th anniversary of the consecration of Philander Chase as the first Bishop of Ohio. Here is a timeline to commemorate one who was a pioneer, prophet, teacher, evangelist, and even though at times irascible, was a child of God who loved God, loved his neighbors, and changed the world as a “chosen vessel of grace and light” in his generation.

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  • Winter Convocation

    Nearly 300 people from 53 of our parishes gathered together for Winter Convocation at Kalahari Resorts & Convention Center on February 1-2.

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  • Non nobis, Domine

    During this season of Lent, you may find it helpful to pay attention to the pronouns, possessive and otherwise, in our prayers, both the prayers we say together and the ones we utter in the quiet confidence of our own hearts.

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  • Bellwether Farm Updates

    Bellwether Farm is continuing to fulfill its mission of promoting physical and spiritual wellness by providing hospitality to nearly 30 different groups and organizations since September 2018. We have hosted family camps, leadership conferences, confirmation retreats, deacon formation retreats, the Diocesan Youth Event, parish retreats, and many others. I encourage you and your parishes to consider hosting an event at Bellwether.

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  • Food for Thought

    For many of us, there is nothing that brings back good memories like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Sadly for some, that same PB&J sandwich may be the only thing keeping them from going hungry. For more than ten years, Food for Thought, a Toledo-based grass roots organization, has been making PB&J sandwiches and delivering them to people in need each Saturday. The operation takes place at Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Toledo. In addition to the sandwiches, Food for Thought volunteers share conversation with the people that they meet, treating everyone with the dignity and respect that they deserve.

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