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The climate crisis, racial justice and a renewed mission strategy are at the top of the agenda, as the annual Diocesan Convention prepares to gather next month, deliberating under the theme "Members One of Another," taken from Romans 12:5 and an invitation to celebrate and explore interdependence…
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The Young Adult Advisory Committee, along with Life Together and campus ministries in the Diocese of Massachusetts, and the Young Adult Network of the Diocese of Western Massachusetts invite young adults to a retreat with the theme "Learning to Walk with God in the World" and focusing on…
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All are invited to gather online on Saturday, Oct. 30, 2021, at 4 p.m. for a virtual program of music, prayer and story sharing in honor of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who celebrated his 90th birthday on Oct. 7.

Diocesan News

The Most Rev. Hosam E. Naoum, Anglican Archbishop of Jerusalem, brought a message of gratitude and Christian friendship to the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston while in town for meetings of the board of the American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem (AFEDJ), and friends and supporters had the opportunity to gather with Naoum for an Oct. 14 reception in his honor.

Diocesan News

A Multicultural Celebration of Gratitude on Oct. 16 at The Cathedral Church of St Paul, Boston spotlighted Episcopal Church United Thank Offering grant recipients in the Diocese of Massachusetts, and brought together many voices offering prayer, music and personal stories of gratitude.

Reflections

A reflection from the Racial Justice Commission's Subcommittee on Fostering Antiracist Episcopal Communities, spotlighting its priorities and progress.

Reflections

A reflection from the Racial Justice Commission's Subcommittee on Resource Allocation, spotlighting its priorities and progress.

Reflections

A reflection from the Racial Justice Commission's Subcommittee on Accountable Structures and Practices, spotlighting its priorities and progress.

In the News
What would we do without our faithful furry friends? Especially during the pandemic, when many of us have been working from home. Rev. Dr. Matthew Cadwell will honor pets this Sunday at 1:30, at Old North Church. "We know that pets are sources of strength, comfort and joy and we want to give…
In the News
Trinity Church’s Sunday morning service appeared to be just like any other except for the bevy of four-legged worshippers in attendance for the annual “Blessing of the Animals.” The annual ceremony was held on the church’s west porch in Copley Square with pets ranging from dogs and cats to guinea…