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The Rev. James E. Curry brought a hammer and tongs to the backyard of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Sunday to show a small crowd how to bang and bend shotgun barrels into garden trowels and spades. As he fired up a portable forge to turn 7-inch lengths of gun barrels white hot, Curry talked about…
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The following message with COVID-19 requirements and recommendations was sent to congregational and diocesan leadership on Nov. 15, 2021.

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The climate crisis, racial justice and a renewed mission strategy were among the top agenda items at the annual Diocesan Convention, held online Nov. 12-13 under the theme “Members One of Another,” taken from Romans 12:5 and an invitation to celebrate and explore interdependence as members of the Body of Christ.

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Following is the prepared text of the address given by Bishop Alan M. Gates at the 236th annual Diocesan Convention on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021. A video recording will be posted soon.

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The Office of the Bishop has issued the following notice:

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Two Diocese of Massachusetts congregations recently participated in The Episcopal Church’s “Genesis II: Re-Vision and Renew”--a ministry redevelopment initiative strengthening parishes for what can be the challenging, yet exciting, work of launching new ministries in their neighborhoods.  “We have…
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Grace Episcopal Church in Newton will receive a grant of up to $250,000 from the National Fund for Sacred Places, a major milestone in the church’s effort to raise funds for its historic bell tower. The nearly 150-year-old tower’s masonry has been cracking for years and is at risk of collapsing. …
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The United Nations climate conference features heads of state, government representatives, climate activists and concerned citizens from around the world. The global event also has a decidedly local angle in Susie Faria. Faria is a 25-year-old Beverly resident who was selected as a delegate for…
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What started as an online effort to bring local mothers together has morphed into an in-person family fall festival that organizers hope will further unite the community.  The inaugural festival was held from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23 outside St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 351 Elm St. The…
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The Office of the Bishop has issued the following notice.