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A Message from the Province V Bishops (and others) Regarding Inauguration Protests
Earlier this week, the FBI warned that armed protests are being planned for Washington D.C. and all 50 state capitals sometime between Saturday, January 16, and the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on January 20. As your bishops, we write today imploring you to stay away from these protests and any counter-protests that might occur.
Messages from Bishop Hollingsworth Regarding the Coronavirus Crisis and Suspension of In-Person Worship
All congregations will suspend in-person worship by Sunday, December 13, if they have not done so already, and return to worshiping by online services only on that day.
A Message from the Bishop
Wednesday evening, the Rev. Noah Sutterisch and the Rev. Christopher Decatur were ordained to the sacred Priesthood at Trinity Cathedral. Against the backdrop of violent and unthinkable insurrection in our nation’s capital, it was a moving and healing event. This was not because it provided for us a distraction from the seditious breach of both the Capitol Building and the Constitution, but because it focused each of us on the brokenness and divisions of our nation and on our vocation as Christians: to bring God’s gifts of justice, mercy, truth, and peace to a country and world desperately in need of them, and like the Magi, to do so with honesty, fidelity, humility, and courage.
Presiding Bishop Curry’s Word to the Church: Who shall we be?
Lincoln knew in that moment, in the moment of a national crisis, a moment of great danger, that such a moment was a moment of decision, when a nation, when a people must decide who shall we be? What kind of nation, what kind of people shall we be? A hundred years later, Martin Luther King faced the same reality. Who shall we be? The civil rights movement was waning. The great victories that had been won had been won. And yet now questions of poverty and economic despair and disparities raised an awesome specter on the nation. We were at war.
Grace Episcopal food pantry shares love at Christmas
Between 800 and 900 families received food for the Christmas holiday from Grace Episcopal Church food pantry Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning.
Ministers use Christmas story for encouragement during COVID-19
The Rev. Matt Wahlgren of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Fremont used the story of Christ’s birth to point hurting people to the hope that can be found in God.
A Christmas Message from the Bishop
In this season of new light, I give thanks for each of you and for all that you do to illuminate the love of God, incarnated in the birth of Jesus. In him, you, too, are the light of the world, and the darkness can and will never overcome you.
2020 Christmas Message from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
While we may not feel joyful this year – as the pandemic of disease continues to bring sickness and death, when fear and mistrust – a darkness – threatens to overcome the light – we, as followers of Jesus Christ must bear joy to this aching world. We must shine light into the darkness. Joy to the world!
Absalom Jones Service
The Wilma Combs Chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians and the Diocese of Ohio invite you to the Virtual Absalom Jones Service of Evening Prayer on Sunday, February 7 at 4:00 p.m., hosted by St. Luke's, Cleveland.
Winter Convocation: A Conversation with the Rev. Sean Steele
A one-hour conversation with the Rev. Sean Steele, rector of a great, creative missional parish in Texas.
Winter Conversation: A Family Like Mine
In her new book, "A Family Like Mine: Biblical Stories of Love, Loss, and Longing," the Rev. Rosalind C. Hughes (Church of the Epiphany, Euclid) [finds] that regardless of how we define family, stories of the Bible shape how we claim our place in the household of God today.
Winter Convocation: Soultending: Experiential Spirituality
The Rev. Anna Sutterisch will lead us in Soultending: Experiential (and experimental) Spirituality, using common objects and tools from home.
Winter Convocation: Bellwether Farm
Bellwether Farm Chef Lonny Gatlin and Farmer Kyle Mitchell share the ways they experience God and faith in their vocations of hospitality, cooking, farming, and husbandry.
Winter Convocation: Game Night
The youth of the Diocese of Ohio will lead us in a multi-generational, interactive, exciting game night.
The Bishop's Annual Appeal - Developing Leaders
Choice Food Pantry
The Power of the Theological Pen: A Brief History of Religious Newspapers in the Diocese of Ohio
Rooted in Jesus
Why do we do that? Discerning Ministry
Diocese Hosts 100 Men from Men's Shelter for Super Bowl Watch Party
Schmalz Sculptures in the Diocese
Become Informed, Inspired, and Empowered
A Piety of Gratitude
National ECW Board Meets at Bellwether Farm
Outreach to Build Financial Literacy
Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Classes
NAACP Lake County Robert H. Fountain Award for Public Safety and Public Service.
Bellwether Farm: A Year in Review
Faith and Fun in Farm and Forest
The Bishop's Bike Ride at Bellwether Farm
Why do we do that? Book of Common Prayer
Brick by Brick
St. Peter's, Lakewood Grand Opening
African Children's Choir
"We Can Change the World"
Diocese of Ohio ECW Annual Meeting
5 Ideas for Christian Formation Adult Members Will Love
Youth Engaging in Mission
Our First Season of Summer Camp
Why do we do that? Liturgical Vestments
Williamson Food Pantry
Campus Ministries in the Diocese
He Was One to "Tell the Story"
Province V Becoming Beloved Community Gathering
Spring Youth Gathering
Extending Curriculums Outdoors
Why do we do that? Liturgical Colors & Seasons
Interchurch Social Services
Ohio's Pioneer Priest to the Deaf
Welcoming the 12th Dean of Trinity Cathedral
A Timeline in Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Consecration of Philander Chase as the First Bishop of Ohio
Non nobis, Domine
Bellwether Farm Updates
Being in Belize
Philander Chase and the General Convention of the Episcopal Church
Diocesan Youth Event
Why do we do that? Liturgy
Because it is Necessary: Supervised Visitation Supported by Episcopal Community Service Grant
Ohio and Belize Join Together in Mission
Happening in Belize
Five Things I Learned at Reading Camp
"Pick Your Own Veggies" Days
Why do we do that? Communion
The Poetry of Prayer
Belize "Science Success" Camp
Creating a Culture of Generosity in Your Church
Your Gifts to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal: Making a Difference by Thanking Veterans
Race and the Criminal Justice System: A Conversation
The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd: A Different Kind of Sunday School
Seminarian Cohort in Ohio
Hosting Spring Youth Gathering
Why do we do that? Passing the Peace
The General Convention of 1817: Wheels in Motion for the Diocese of Ohio
The Spiritual Disciplines of Our Polity
Facade Enhancement: $10,000 Grant Awarded
Los Amigos Episcopales Hosts the Bishop of El Salvador
Rethinking Parish Outreach
2018 Winter Convocation
“Suffer not our trust in thee to fail"
Be Alert. Be Awake. Be Aware
“Happening” Happening in Belize
Path to Peace EYE 2017
Mission with a World in Motion
We Share a Call to be Disciples
The Harvest is Plentiful
Called to Preach
Steps to Dicscernment: Kelly’s Journey
Stewards of St. Andrew: A Small Parish Achieving Big Results
Sharing a Communal Meal
Growing a Rule of Life
Habits and Disciplines
From Strength to Strength
Trees of Life
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