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Applications accepted for 2019-2020 United Thank Offering Julia Chester Emery internship
In 2015, the United Thank Offering (UTO) Board began an internship program for young women, named for the organization’s founder, Julia Chester Emery. This program supports the work of UTO in addition to participating in the work of a local ministry. UTO is now seeking a fourth Julia Chester Emery intern for 2019-2020.
The Way of Love and Lambeth: Bishop Mary D. Glasspool speaks to the House of Bishops
Bishop Mary D. Glasspool, Episcopal Diocese of New York bishop assistant, shared these remarks during the March 14 morning session of The Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops’ retreat at Kanuga:
Religious offerings: St. Michael's explores different traditions
Lent at St. Michael’s in the Hills St. Michael’s in the Hills Episcopal Church explores a different religious tradition each Wednesday in Lent. Imam Talal Eid of the Islamic Center of Greater Toledo kicks off the clergy speaker series at 7 p.m. Wednesday, followed by Gerald Kowalski on Buddhism on March 20, Rabbi Sam Weinstein of Temple Shomer Emunim on March 27; Father Jeremy Miller of Corpus Christi University Parish on April 3; and Pandit Anant Dixit of the Hindu Temple of Toledo on April 10.
A Message from the Bishop: Statute of Limitations
By act of the 79th General Convention in Austin, Texas last summer, the statute of limitations for making claims against clergy for sexual misconduct was extended for three years, beginning January 1, 2019 until December 31, 2021.
Oregon church on a roll to 'Wipe Out Poverty'
There’s a metaphor to be found in the toilet-paper cross that towers over the sanctuary at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Oregon. Just as there are a variety of brands in the plastic-wrapped packages that make up the bars of the cross — Angel Soft and Charmin and Quilted Northern — there are a variety of faith communities that supplied them.
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