All Saints Episcopal Church

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All Saints Episcopal Church
All Saints Episcopal Church is listed in the Churches Episcopal category in Appleton, Wisconsin. Displayed below are the social networks for All Saints Episcopal Church which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of All Saints Episcopal Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for All Saints Episcopal Church is:
100 N Drew St
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 734-3656
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The Commission on Congregational Vitality offers a five-week series that may be used for a mid-week Lenten gathering, adult formation on Sunday mornings, or any small group setting. Each week consists of scripture reading and questions for small group discussion. This series begins to prepare for the Spring Conference on May 13 — "Taking God's Mercy and Delight into the Neighborhood." You can download the pdf or Word doc from the newsblog page http://www.diofdl.org/newsblog/lenten-series-for-congregations
The Commission on Congregational Vitality offers a five-week series that may be used for a mid-week Lenten gathering, adult formation on Sunday mornings, or any small group setting. Each week...

With Canon Matthew Payne on sabbatical I am filling in as interim editor of The Clarion. The deadline for the next issue is March 7. Please send your articles, event notices and other contributions to David Skidmore at davidskidmore@prodigy.net.Thanks.

Diocese of Fond du Lac - Episcopal shared their event.
The next session of Circles of Light begins March 18. This is the first step in diocesan discernment for ministry, baptismal or ordained. This process of inquiry and discernment about God's desire for our lives and our vocation is a six month journey of meeting in small groups with a facilitator to explore where God is calling one to ministry. Visit the event page for more details.
The next session of Circles of Light will begin March 18 (9am-12noon) at Good Samaritan Health Center (DeAngelis Room) in Merrill, WI. This is the first step in diocesan discernment for ministry, baptismal or ordained. This process of inquiry and discernment about God's desire for our lives and our vocation is a six month journey of meeting in small groups with a facilitator to explore where God is calling one to ministry. The second meeting is April 1 with future meeting times and locations determined based on those who take part in the process. The commitment participants should expect to make is 10 sessions, each lasting between 2 and 3 hours, paced 1 to 3 weeks apart. If interested, please contact the Chair of the Commission on Ministry, Mother Jane Johnson at rector@intercessionsp.org and indicate your desire to attend, home congregation (name and city, please) and contact information.
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SAVE THE DATE | MAY 13 | "Mercy and Delight in the Neighborhood" is a one-day conference designed to engage attendees in ways we can reflect the God's mercy and delight in our local neighborhoods. The schedule includes time to engage in fellowship, engage with our guest speaker, engage in Scripture, engage in workshops and engage in worship. Anyone involved with their local Episcopal Church is invited, laity and clergy. Special invitation is made for those in leadership so they may take what they learn back to their congregations. MORE INFO TO COME....

Diocese of Fond du Lac - Episcopal shared Chris Arnold's post.
Trinity will be a host site for for the Trinity Institute this year. Please promote this in your parishes if you could. More will come soon.
TRINITY INSTITUTE 2017: WATER JUSTICE March 22–24, 2017 Water is a gift. Water is life. As water crises increase, access to safe and clean drinking water decreases. From Flint to Standing Rock, many of today’s most pressing social issues revolve around water. Faith communities worldwide can help.