Diocese of Southern Ohio

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February 2, 2012

A farm in the Abalimi Bezekhaya cooperative in South Africa that inspired Erin Koepke of Southern Ohio to co-write "Seed to Table," a cookbook of recipes using locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables.

[Diocese of Southern Ohio] Erin Koepke found that the bond...

November 10, 2011

[Diocese of Southern Ohio] A few months before my retirement from the United States Air Force in 2002, I was waiting for a colleague at the Dayton International Airport. As I stood with others near where passengers deplane, a man came up and thanked me for my service to our country. I found...

March 6, 2011

Facebook keeps Lindy Gamble connected to the world. With more than 1,000 friends, the Cincinnati teen posts three to four times a day, with updates about her life and current events and comments about the latest drivel or triumph on TV.

This social networking tool also connected Lindy to...

February 13, 2011

This time at the altar, Brian and Amy Turner wore the same outfit – a simple white alb and red stoles embroidered with the flames of the Holy Spirit and a dove of peace. On Jan. 8, they responded to their ordination vows to the priesthood, "I will, with God's help."

Six months earlier, a...

February 1, 2011

Four Southern Ohio priests and two laypeople have written a curriculum to equip congregations to apply Scripture, prayer and home-grown case studies to their community ministries to fight poverty.

Called "Where There Is Despair, Hope," the online curriculum provides five sessions ideal...

October 13, 2010

Bishop Thomas E. Breidenthal of Southern Ohio has been invited to deliver the prestigious DuBose Lectures at the School of Theology at Sewanee: The University of the South, an Episcopal seminary in Tennessee.

The DuBose Lectures are held annually as part of an alumni gathering for...

September 22, 2010

Laughter, common priorities, prayer and shared adventures have punctuated the trip for Liberians seeing southern Ohio for the first time.

During a two-week visit to the Diocese of Southern Ohio by a delegation for the Episcopal Church of Liberia, a visit to the post office sparked a...

June 22, 2010

As petroleum poisons the Gulf and President Barack Obama challenges Americans to overcome their addiction to fossil fuels, an intentional Christian community has won a victory for people-powered transportation in inner-city Columbus.

The Christian communitarians -- young people who...

June 14, 2010

Not long ago, Anthony Hakim Johnson was doing time for a felony. Now, he's giving back to his community as a chemical dependency counselor while studying for his bachelor's degree at Capitol University through a Presidential Scholarship. Mentoring by Episcopalian Madeleine Trichel helped him...

April 21, 2010

Wesley Workman didn't know those crisp spring days would be his last.

Handsome and popular, Wesley led his football team in tackles for three years. He was a little lazy when it came to studying but the kind of kid who befriended everyone.

When he playfully turned the gun to his...

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