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Continuing Education Workshops for Spiritual Directors Canon Joanne Martin Thu, 05/14/2020 - 22:22
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This article is part of the Easter 2020 Trinity Magazine issue. You can view the entire issue here.

Update: This training will observe all CDC and Pennsylvania guidelines in effect to prevent Covid, including social distancing and caps on occupancy. All registrants will be updated the week prior to the event about the guidelines currently in use.

Announcement On Gathering 2020: Diocesan Conference & Convention

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This article is part of the Easter 2020 Trinity Magazine issue. You can view the entire issue here.

Gathering 2020: Diocesan Conference & Convention is a safe place to learn, fellowship, worship corporately and do the annual business of the diocese (aka, Convention). The Bishop and Diocesan Leaders determined the COVID-19 quarantine limitations create an inadequate planning window and we could not produce the event as described. Therefore, it is with lament we announce there will not be a Gathering 2020.

A Personal Story of Reconciliation The Rev. Cn. S… Thu, 05/14/2020 - 21:42
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By The Rev. Cn. Shari Hobby

Tracing the Threads of Reconciliation - Deepening Biblical Understanding The Rev. Dr. K… Thu, 05/14/2020 - 18:57
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By the Rev. Dr. Kirsten Gardner

Cross-Cultural Reconciliation Isn’t Made, It’s Developed Website Admini… Tue, 05/12/2020 - 22:00
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No Longer Strangers - Bishop Jim Hobby's biblical reflection on our reconciliation theme Bishop Jim Hobby Tue, 05/12/2020 - 21:15
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This article is part of the Easter 2020 Trinity Magazine issue. You can view the entire issue here.

By the Rt. Rev. James L Hobby, Jr. 

Since I grew up in a lot of places (3 grade schools, 2 middle schools, and 2 high schools) and have lived in many parts of the country (the Midwest, the East Coast, New England, the South, and Southwestern PA), I have lived my life as a stranger and alien. When people ask me where I'm from, I give a travelogue instead of an address.