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SIX-MINUTE STUDY #246

GO: THE CHURCH SCATTERED 

In the last few years, we are striving to know our neighbours better, and to explore the rewarding ways of loving service. Our diocesan emphasis on the missional call to connect with the wider community has parish leaders reframing how we actively minister. As we learn and grow, we also rediscover our baptismal identity. Read more about this in, THE WAY OF LOVE: GO - Go Cross Boundaries, Listen Deeply, and Live Like Jesus. The article is written by Jerusalem Greer, staff officer for evangelism for the Episcopal Church in the Office of the Presiding Bishop.

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SIX-MINUTE STUDY #245

NEW LIFE: CONNECTING WITH GOD

Next week theEaster season begins, spring is sprung, and people are longing to be outdoors. These are three good reasons to encourage parishioners and the faith-curious to discover the Divine outside. Whether it's in small groups or as individuals, offering spiritual guidance to assist in communing with the Creator can nurture people in faith formation. Read Beth Norcross's article from Lewis Centre for Church Leadership, called Helping People Connect with God through Nature. Check out her free podcast too! htthttps://www.churchleadership.com/leading-ideas/helping-people-connect-with-god-through-nature/ps://www.churchleadership.com/leading-ideas/helping-people-connect-with-god-through-nature/