Serve your diocese: How to run for office at Diocesan Convention

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There is still time to run for a diocesan level office. Petitions are due to the Secretary of Convention by September 6, 2016.  Information regarding the slate of candidates and offices open for nominees can be found below. Slate of …

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Presiding Bishop: No matter who you vote for, be sure to vote

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Presiding Bishop Michael Curry issued a video statement regarding the importance of everyone exercising their right to vote in this November’s elections — and in all elections. “Voting and participation in our government is a way of participating in our …

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There’s room for you: Register for Exploring Your Spiritual Journey

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Exploring Your Spiritual Journey (EYSJ) provides intentional time to slow down and listen to what God is calling you to do in the midst of every-day living. EYSJ is for: Those wishing direction in lay ministry Anyone seeking ordination Take …

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Diocesan Convention: Take a look at the 90-day booklet, new event items

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The 182nd Diocesan Convention takes place Oct. 21-22 at the Lansing Center in Lansing. Questions regarding diocesan convention can be addressed to the Rev. Dr. W. Richard Hamlin, Secretary of Convention at secretaryofconvention@edomi.org or Canon Jo Ann Hardy, Diocesan Administrator, at (313) 833-4422 or jhardy@edomi.org. Download the Complete …

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Several great speakers to join us for Epiphanies Speaker Series

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Epiphanies speakers are chosen to broaden our minds and deepen our faith. In this inaugural year we are hosting three amazing conferences, each led by a proven leader in their field.  STEPHANIE SPELLERS leads our conference on September 28, 2016 in East Lansing, bringing expertise in Evangelism, …

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Share your church’s resources with the Episcopal Asset Map

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The Episcopal Asset Map is meant to connect people – both within the Church and in the broader community – to these gifts and thereby promote the sharing of ideas and information. Although its development is a partnered ministry between …

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