Encounter

A call to prayer for our nation: a statement from Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton

Emotions remain high, and the potential for more unrest, polarization and violence has sadly come true today in our nation’s Capital. And it is heart-wrenching. A woman has died and other lives have been threatened. We must pray for our nation and all its people. Pray for our congressional leaders, pray for the safety of our law enforcement personnel, pray for the protesters.

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Christmas around the Diocese of Maryland

Several months into the pandemic, we began to realize that, like during Holy Week and Easter, we wouldn’t be able to meet in our churches for Christmas. Yet our congregations stepped up and kept the creative energy flowing, despite the fatigue brought on by such a challenging year. We are a community of love. We worshipped together and made offerings of what we had to give.

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Witnessing to the God of Life: A Letter to The Episcopal Church

We urge you to change this situation by voting for candidates who support sensible gun reforms and ensuring that all citizens have the opportunity to vote. Our partners at Brady: United to Prevent Gun Violence and March for Our Lives have put together an excellent toolkit highlighting the essential link between voting rights and our country’s ability to enact popular and sensible gun safety legislation

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