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Bishop Howard's Easter Message

Easter is a day that presents each of us with a dilemma. Do we accept its subversive religious message or do we continue on in our “common-sensical” business-as-usual approach to life? Do we choose to believe that Jesus Christ actually rose from the dead, shedding his burial clothes in that empty tomb while deeply inhaling the morning air of that Palestine sunrise as He rose?
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Community Health Outreach: Dentists and Doctors For Those In Need

Community Health Outreach (CHO) was founded in 1988 as an outreach ministry for St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Jacksonville. This organization is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to the Christian principles of feeding the hungry, healing the sick and clothing the needy. When CHO first opened, they operated out of portable buildings that are now located behind the main building.
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Recap of the 174th Diocesan Convention - March 23-25, 2017

For documents, election results, and links to the videos of the Opening Eucharist, Bishop Chartres' and Bishop Howard's address visit the convention website.
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2017 Easter Message from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

“Go forth to be people of the Resurrection,” Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry said in his Easter 2017 message. “Follow in the way of Jesus. Don’t be ashamed to love. Don’t be ashamed to follow Jesus.”
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What is a Prayer Labyrinth?

Prayer labyrinths are not solely used for Holy Week. A prayer labyringh is a labyrinth used to facilitate prayer, meditation, spiritual transformation, and / or global unity.
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Register for Episcopal Church Foundation's Upcoming Webinars

ECF's free webinars are a great way to get your congregational leadership teams engaged in the strategic, leadership, and financial topics that are essential to the health of your congregation. The 2017 spring schedule includes webinars on financial literacy, donor-advised funds, parish-school relationships, and more.
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