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July 31, 2017

El Centro de Estudios Teológicos (CET) de la Iglesia Episcopal Dominicana, celebró el pasado sábado 29 de julio su acto de graduación para la generación 2013-2017.

La ceremonia se realizó en la Catedral Episcopal de La Epifanía en Santo Domingo y en ella se invistieron a seis...

August 12, 2014

By: Lifelong Formation

Today’s guest blogger is Cindy Spencer, Faith Formation Hub: Children and Family Ministries, Episcopal Diocese of Olympia. She also serves on the Lifelong Formation Advisory Council.

Developing a Spiritual Practice of Presence

I have to confess that one of my favorite parts of checking...

August 7, 2014

By: Cindy Spencer

Today’s guest blogger is Cindy Spencer, Faith Formation Hub: Children and Family Ministries, Episcopal Diocese of Olympia. She also serves on the Lifelong Formation Advisory Council.

What did you love doing as a child?

“Truly, I tell you, unless you change and become like children,you...

June 3, 2014

By: Lifelong Formation

Guest blogger, Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, began teaching Godly Play to children in 2002.  She is a member of the Lifelong Formation Council, Assoc. Director of Faith Formation and Education at Trinity Wall Street in New York City, and a spiritual director.

Knowing Jesus in a New Way

My...

May 29, 2014

By: Shannon Kelly

A while back, I ran across this article on Edutopia that looks at using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to address the needs of students in the classroom. Maslow’s theory, presented in 1943, remains a popular framework for sociology and psychology, even though it has its critics and skeptics....

May 14, 2014

By: Lifelong Formation Team

Today’s guest blogger, Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, Ph.D., is associate director of Faith Formation and Education at Trinity Wall Street and chaplain to Trinity Preschool.

We’ve all heard the statistics on the growing numbers of Americans today who identify as religiously unaffiliated. Often...

April 9, 2014

By: Shannon Kelly

I recently was at a meeting with both teens and adults who were planning an event. We had more than enough work to do and could have worked the entire time we were together and still had more to do.

We felt the pressure of each day knowing we had to end at a given time in order to have...

March 25, 2014

By: Shannon Kelly

Today’s guest blogger is Mary Lou Crifasi, Director for Youth & Children’s Ministries at Eastern Shore Chapel in Virginia. Mary Lou serves on the Lifelong Formation Council.

As Episcopalians we recognize Lent as a time of “self-examination and repentance; prayer, fasting, and self-...

March 19, 2014

By: Shannon Kelly

Today’s guest blogger is Warren Frelund. Warren has been a deacon in The Episcopal Church for 20 years. He is currently semi-retired but remains active in ministry development. He and his wife, Sue, live in Mason City, Iowa, enjoying the company of their grandchildren.

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February 26, 2014

By: Shannon Kelly

2014 Lenten Calendar

Illustrated by award-winning cartoonist Jay Sidebotham, an Episcopal priest, Join the Journey invites spiritual reflection through gentle humor and is a wonderful companion for the Lenten season.

Episcopal Relief and Development Lenten Devotional

We invite you to...

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