Parish Ministry

Our Church’s commitment to the environment – the GREENGRACE Roadshow

Did you know that our GREENGRACE team is happy to send a representative to your church to help the congregation and individuals become better environmental stewards? The team can perform and environmental audit, connect you to creation care projects in your area, help you discern your call to environmental stewardship and more!

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St. John’s Church, Havre de Grace and the Parish of Oystermouth and All Saints, Mumbles form a bond of prayer, mission and mutual affection

Rev. Evans also noted that our two churches both are mission-oriented churches, serving the needs of our respective communities in several ways each week. Our two communities share long histories of oyster harvesting – the oyster beds of Oystermouth almost wiped out by disease in the early 20th century, the oyster beds of the Chesapeake also threatened but now revitalizing.

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Commemorating 400 years of African American History and Culture: An invitation to participate in Healing Day National Bell Ringing

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia Bishop James B. Magness invite Episcopal churches to take part in a national action to remember and honor the first enslaved Africans who landed in English North America in 1619 by tolling their bells for one minute on Sunday, August 25, 2019 at 3:00 pm ET.

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Maryland Episcopalians participate in Pride month

Several Maryland congregations participated in the Baltimore Pride parade on June 15. Memorial Bolton Hill’s Richard Finger was in charge of organizing all volunteers (60-70 people) for the parade and rector, the Rev. Grey Maggiano, was one of the judges for the parade. Another Memorial parishioner, Monty Howard, served as emcee.

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