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"On the Imitation of Christ" - Letter to Clergy from Interim Bishop Minns

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Ad Clerum ["to the clergy"] on the Imitation of Christ

Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

It is a great privilege to be able to serve with you during this interim season and Angela, Rachel and I are very much looking forward to being with you physically once restrictions on travel and meetings abate. I did, however, enjoy meeting many of you through the clergy Zoom calls before Christmas and I plan to hold another series of calls in the coming weeks. In the meantime, I want to use these letters to introduce myself a little more.

155th Convention Follow-up

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The 155th Convention of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh has adjourned. Below are some highlights and updates on the proceedings.

View Session on YouTube

Convention has adjourned, but you are still welcome to watch today's resumed session and the previous Nov. 7 session on our YouTube channel.

Introducing Interim Bishop Martyn Minns

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The Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh announces Archbishop Foley Beach has appointed The Rt. Rev. Martyn Minns as our new Interim Bishop following the resignation of Bishop Hobby. Archbishop Beach made the announcement during a video address to the 155th Diocesan Convention on Saturday, November 7. Interim Bishop Minns also made a video introduction to the convention deputies at that time.

Resignation of Bishop Hobby

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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

We are writing to let you know that we asked for, and on Thursday received, a letter of resignation from Bishop Hobby. This resignation comes after a careful review and assessment of his handling of a serious pastoral matter.

Healing from Trauma and Grief in COVID Era [Video Webinar]

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In this webinar designed for those in pastoral ministry, Bishop Jim Hobby invites Licensed Professional Counselor, Dana Henry and Psychologist and Professor of Psychology Anthony Isacco, PhD to share how to care for people as they are experiencing grief and trauma that has come up in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.