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Read this week's News & Announcements in Connect

Connect is an online bi-weekly newsletter with news and announcements around the Diocese as well as The Episcopal Church.
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A Fresh Look at Cursillo

A Cursillo weekend is an opportunity for Episcopalians to meet clergy and laity while seeking to strengthen one’s faith and spirituality. Cursillo provides an environment to experience the reality of the gift of God's love through shared prayer, individual meditation, worship, study, fellowship, laughter, tears and unconditional love.
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U.S. Secretary of Education visits Holy Comforter Episcopal School

On August 29, 2017, Holy Comforter Episcopal School, which is located in Tallahassee, Florida, had the opportunity to host the United States Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, as she toured campus visiting Lower and Middle School classrooms. The school’s Director of Communications, Vanessa Culpepper reported that Ms. Devos interacted with the students, as they coded Lego Robots in the Lower School STEM Lab, played a language arts game in 5th grade, observed the design process in the MakerSpace and talked to Middle School Foundations in Technology students.
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Fearless Faith: Boundless Love Revival Rescheduled - Jaunary 20, 2018

Originally scheduled for Sunday, September 17, has been postponed until Saturday, January 20th. This will allow our congregations and Honey Creek to focus on the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
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A Message from Bishop Howard

In the midst of both tragic and redeeming situations with which the members of our Diocese have experienced due to Hurricane Irma, I am pleased to share with you that the Archbishop of Canterbury personally sent me a letter of love, sadness, comfort and prayer.
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ERD to Assist Victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

Episcopal Relief & Development is currently working with the dioceses in Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, East Tennessee, Western North Carolina and North Carolina to assess damage and determine needs.
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Food Pantry at Church of the Redeemer

The food pantry at Redeemer began in a closet! A small classroom was later designated and two people (who still play a major role in our volunteer team), began the pantry using personal funds and a few donations to somewhat “stock the shelves.” We started out in 2011 serving around 12-15 people each week. We then began to offer personal care items, and assisted our visitors with meal planning advice.
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Evangelism & Growth Initiative Web Page

For updates about the Evangelism and Growth Initiative from Canon Aaron Smith click below.
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