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Global wave of prayer launches across Anglican Communion on May 25: “Thy Kingdom Come”

Today, May 25, the Feast of the Ascension, is the first day of "Thy Kingdom Come," a global wave of prayer across the Anglican Communion. The Episcopal Church's Presiding Bishop Michael Curry reminds us in this

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First-ever community chaplains ready for work in Providence

Nearly three years of community work culminated May 2, when the first-ever Rhode Island Community Chaplain Corps (CCC) graduated from initial

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“I was blind — now I see”

Taking time to listen leads to multigenerational reconciliation opportunity Stories of reconciliation are all around us in the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island. Today’s post, written by the Rev. Linda Griggs, priest associate at St. Martin’s, Providence, is about a re

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Bishop Knisely’s Easter Message 2017

Bishop Knisely has shared some thoughts about Easter in this video. Bishop's

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April 5 e-news with info and resources for all in the diocese

Information on Leadership Institute for vestry leaders, how to get a demographic profile of your parish's neighborhood, and the spring UTO Ingathering is all here in the latest diocesan e-news.

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Open House at ECC

Sunday, May 21
3:30–7 p.m.
Episcopal Conference Center
872 Reservoir Road
Pascoag, Rhode Island 02859

River of Life Pilgrimage

Connecticut River
May 31–July 9


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Girard and Galatians: Seeing what is hidden


I’ve been reading and working through the implications of Rene Girard’s insights into human relationships for years – particularly the way that

First we pray, then we move.


It’s beyond our bearing. Another mass shooting has happened, this one the deadliest in our country’s history. Someone was given access to enough w

Prayer for Reconciliation


On Tuesday night I was asked to open a meeting of law enforcement and community representatives, and clergy that was set to discuss the federal grand