Bishop's Annual Appeal
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Wrap-Up of the 78th General Convention of the Episcopal Church
General Convention calls for major structural changes, supports Palestinians, marriage equalityLearn More
Church Life! Magazine
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What's Going On
Parish Presents Earthquake...
It’s been said that timing is everything. Or being in the right place at the right time is the key. Well, Father Michael...Read More
Beating the Bounds
It did not rain on our parade. Truth to tell, the members of Christ Episcopal Church in Shaker Heights were not parading on...Read More
Christ Episcopal Church in Kent has an immediate opening for a Parish Administrator. This position will be 19 hours per week....Read More
Message from the Bishop
Bishop Bowman Service and Homily
On Saturday afternoon, July 18th, the burial service for the Right Reverend David Charles Bowman was celebrated at Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland. The burial service bulletin can be downloaded here. You may also download the homily or listen to the service via podcast. I know that you will continue to hold David, Nancy, and their family in your...Read More
Bishop Announces Canon for Mission
I am delighted to report to you that the Rev. Margaret C. D’Anieri has accepted my invitation to serve as Canon for Mission for the Diocese of Ohio.
Margaret has served as Rector of St. Paul’s, Norwalk since 2009, after serving in a shared ministry for both St. Paul’s, Norwalk and St. Thomas, Port Clinton from 2002 to 2009. She will be employed half-time on the diocesan staff and will continue her current position at St. Paul’s, Norwalk.
Prior to ordination, she advised small businesses and non-profit organizations, following a successful career in the petroleum industry. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the General Theological Seminary.
In her new role she will be a valuable resource to parishes, particularly pertaining to mission strategies and leadership, and will serve as liaison to the Episcopal Community Services Advisory Board, the Commission on Racial Understanding, the Commission on Global and Domestic Mission and the diaconate.
Please join with me in welcoming Margaret as she begins this new ministry on the diocesan staff.