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January 17, 2018 e-news

Parochial report help; active shooter response training; more Lent resources .... read about it all here.

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Jan. 5th e-news: MLK events; Cathedral ministry growing; Lent ideas & more

Find the January 5th issue of the diocesan e-news at this link and learn how the Cathedral is expanding its capacity as a base for ministry.  It also includes a listing of several events the Center for Reconciliation is co-sponsoring to commemorate Martin Luth

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Bishop Knisely’s Christmas message 2017

Bishop Knisely invites us to find God in the quiet, still moments of Christmas Some years I find myself in the Christmas spirit early in December, some years it doesn't seem to arrive for me until Christmas Eve is nearly upon us. This year it's been the latter case. I

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Nov. 15 e-news: Bishop’s address, ECW Distinguished Woman & more

You can find the latest diocesan news and resources, including online Advent reflections and a video of the Bishop's Diocesan Convention address, in our latest e-news. Click here if you missed it in your email inbox!

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Bishop Knisely’s 2017 Diocesan Convention Address

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Parochial Report Workday: Feb. 10 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Diocesan House. Hate filling out your parochial report? Confused about what numbers go where? Who is and isn’t a communicant? Never done one before? Now you can get help. Come to the downstairs conference room at Diocesan House (275 N. Main, Providence) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb.10 You can RSVP here.
You can find links to the form itself and to instructions and workbooks here.

Active Shooter Response Training: Feb. 17 10 a.m-noon St. Jas., NP

St. James Church, 474 Fruit Hill Avenue
If an active shooter situation happened in your church, would you know what to do? Captain Derek Borek from the RISP will share best practices. This training is especially important for clergy, wardens, ushers and greeters. Please invite anyone in your congregation who could benefit. Based on the level of early interest in this event, it would be helpful to know how many people to expect. So please let us know here if you plan to attend.

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