Sunday, November 10th, 2019
We have to remember that poverty is not only an economic condition; there are sisters and brothers who are experiencing spiritual, physical, and mental poverty. Together we must work not simply to feed or clothe them for a day but to help break the chains which hold them for all time.
The diocesan magazine Caminos shares stories that tie back to the vision of the diocese: Know Jesus. Change the World. Stories that focus on evangelism, empowering congregations and addressing the pain and poverty of the world. You can read some of the Fall 2019 stories below or download the entire magazine here.
Bishop's Letter, focused on living fearlessly in Christ, what we have accomplished together, our committment to The Episcopal Church, and strategic efforts to go from deficit to surplus. "We were firm in the resolve to discard anything that detracts from addressing the pain and poverty of the world..." You can read it here.
Welcome to New Clergy, a roundup of those in new positions. You can read it here.
Feature Stories, on growth, revival and the Holy Spirit at work.
Empowering our Congregations, resources to assist our churches and parishioners.
Beyond Sunday, photos of the work that happens beyond Sunday service.
You can view previous issues of the magazine here.