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Effective April 5, 2021, all Saturday and Sunday services will be held indoors.

 

Masks are required at all services. Social distancing and all other Covid-19 protocols will be observed.

 

For those wishing to remain in their cars in the parking lot, the services will be broadcast on FM 87.9 and communion can be brought to your car.


  

 
20 April 2021
 
 
Dear Members of the Episcopal Church in Central PA,
 
The stories of our faith are rooted in transformation. As we continue walking this season of seemingly unprecedented change, we want to create space to hear again the stories of how our faith communities have charted these waters. Join us for five webinars on Wednesday evenings in late April and May to learn how to create space to hear again the stories of our faith communities. 
 
 
Shaped by Faith
Celebrating our Stories Webinar Series
Wednesday, April 28,
May 5, 12, 19 & 26
6:00-7:00 pm
 
Join us for five webinars on Wednesday evenings in late April and May to learn how to create space to hear again the stories of our faith communities. 
 
April 28th – Creating a parish archive – Debbie Robelen, Diocesan Archivist, will talk about how to create and maintain your parish archive, even on a shoe-string budget.
 
May 5th – Gathering your oral history – Amy Skillman, Academic Director, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD – Ms. Skillman is a professional folklorist, specializes in working with community groups to preserve their traditions. Learn more here.
 
May 12th - Writing your parish history – Join Diocesan leaders for a discussion on the history and stories that have helped to shape our community of faith.
 
May 19th – Telling your parish’s stories – Representatives from St. James, Lancaster, and St. John’s, Huntingdon will speak with Canon Chris Streeter about creating a history exhibit for your parish.
 
May 26th – Celebrating our Stories – The Right Rev. Sean Rowe, Bishop of the Dioceses of Northwestern Pennsylvania and Western New York will offer his experience in leading multiple dioceses of the Episcopal Church, emphasizing the importance of celebrating and honoring our usable history to build our future in faith.
 
To attend any or all of these sessions, please use this ZOOM link:
 
Webinar ID: 942 1780 8554
 
Please note: the link is the same for all five sessions. We invite you to attend the sessions that are most relevant to you and your community. 
 
Please contact cstreeter@diocesecpa.org" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank" style="color:rgb(54, 97, 189);font-family:Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:14px;font-style:italic">The Rev. Canon Chris Streeter with questions.
 
 
 
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