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Installation of the 27th Presiding Bishop ticket details for 2 events

Two events will highlight the Installation of the next Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church, Bishop Michael Bruce Curry. Click on headline for information on how to attend the Oct. 31 Union of Black Episcopalians Vigil Celebration at D.C. Armory, Nov. 1 Installation Service at Washington National Cathedral.
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Syrian Refugees Seeking Safety in Europe

Episcopal Relief & Development urges prayers for all those displaced by the conflict in Syria, and particularly for those attempting the arduous journey to reach safety in Europe. The agency is currently exploring potential collaborations with organizations active in transit countries, such as Islamic Relief in Greece. Episcopal Relief & Development has also reached out to the Anglican Alliance and ACT Alliance regarding possible ecumenical partnerships in the region.
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The Annual Diocesan Convention is January 22-23, 2016

The 173rd Annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Florida will be held on January 22 - 23, 2016 at the Marriott in Jacksonville. Be sure to bookmark the Diocesan Convention micro-site where ALL updates and information will be posted. The web site can again be found at, which is the link below.
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2015 Fundraising Symposium, October 8 - 9 in Atlanta

The 2015 Fundraising Symposium will be held at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church The Symposium is designed for directors of development of dioceses, congregations, and other Episcopal organizations, as well as clergy and lay people interested in parish and diocesan fundraising. Click on the link below for details.
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The Bishop's Institute for Ministry & Leadership "Book of the Month" Review

The Bishop's Institute for Ministry and Leadership proudly introduces a monthly book review with guest writers. The inaugural review is "C. S. Lewis in a Time of War," written by Justin Phillips and reviewed by The Rev. Steph Britt, Rector of San Jose Episcopal Church, which ties in nicely with the upcoming Institute event, "A Weekend with C. S. Lewis."
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Spiritual Retreat for Laity and Clergy, November 20 - 21

The Bishop's Institute for Ministry and Leadership presents a Spiritual Retreat for Laity and Clergy, The Anglican Communion's heritage of saints, mystics and prayerful followers as presented by Carl McColman, Lay Cistercian, November 20 - 21.
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