TELLING THE STORY OF OUR DIOCESE

From the Archives: Christmas
From the Archives: Christmas

The earliest mention of Christmas found in our Archives collections dates from December 23, 1756. The Rev. Thomas Bacon, rector of St. Peter’s Parish in Oxford, Talbot County, wrote to Henry Callister, an Oxford merchant.

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Episcopal Service Corps – A Gilead’s Narrative by Jess Pandolfino
Episcopal Service Corps – A Gilead’s Narrative by Jess Pandolfino

Living in Baltimore opened our eyes to the daily struggles of poverty and racial tension around us. I had no idea how many people in our city lack access to basic needs: fresh food, literacy programs, a safe shelter, and a network of emotional and social support. I always knew that I grew up in a privileged world, but I had no idea just how privileged I was until we took an anti-racism training together as a group.

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The Church of the Holy Covenant, Part II

The Church of the Holy Covenant, Part II

Looking at the sprawling campus of the Johns Hopkins Hospital today, it is hard to imagine that the little Church of the Holy Covenant was once in the middle of a controversial expansion plan. In January of 1986, the diocese received the first official letter from the hospital expressing interest in purchasing the property which housed Holy Covenant so that they could build a new ambulatory care facility.

BELONG TO A COMMUNITY OF LOVE

Episcopal Service Corps – A Gilead’s Narrative by Jess Pandolfino
Episcopal Service Corps – A Gilead’s Narrative by Jess Pandolfino

Living in Baltimore opened our eyes to the daily struggles of poverty and racial tension around us. I had no idea how many people in our city lack access to basic needs: fresh food, literacy programs, a safe shelter, and a network of emotional and social support. I always knew that I grew up in a privileged world, but I had no idea just how privileged I was until we took an anti-racism training together as a group.

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Theological Reflection to Go for Advent
Theological Reflection to Go for Advent

The Diocese of Maryland’s Christian Formation Council is offering an advent video series as a personal or group formation opportunity – Theological Refection to Go! It’s a great way to see God acting in your and in the life of the world through culture, our religious traditions and scripture. Take a few minutes to reflect on each video below with attached questions

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FROM OUR DIOCESAN CENTER

Episcopal Service Corps – A Gilead’s Narrative by Jess Pandolfino

Episcopal Service Corps – A Gilead’s Narrative by Jess Pandolfino

Living in Baltimore opened our eyes to the daily struggles of poverty and racial tension around us. I had no idea how many people in our city lack access to basic needs: fresh food, literacy programs, a safe shelter, and a network of emotional and social support. I always knew that I grew up in a privileged world, but I had no idea just how privileged I was until we took an anti-racism training together as a group.

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Watch the Rev. Flo Ledyard’s homily at the memorial service for the Rev. Alice Bassett-Jellema
Nov. 16, 2019

Sutton Scholars® Build A Better Baltimore

Bishop Sutton and diocesan Truth and Reconciliation Commission member, Mr. Waymon Wright, speak at the Hasselbach family graveyard on the grounds of the Claggett Center

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