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[The Star-Ledger] They were born in the late 1800s and their deaths came nearly a century ago, but Melissa Hall, the pastor of the Episcopal Church of St. James in Upper Montclair, wants them never to be forgotten.

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[Cedar Grove/Verona News] Rev. Jerry Racioppi came to the Church of the Holy Spirit in Verona about a year ago after serving as the seminarian and deacon at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Montclair.

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The Diocese of Newark is blessed with a talented group of coaches who are also great leaders. They are guiding diocesan teams towards joining God in our neighborhoods and communities and better understanding the challenges we face on this journey. Read on to meet our diocesan coaches and learn about the different roles in which they serve.

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One cradle Episcopalian from the Newark diocese is taking over for another as head of NEWARK ACTS, the young adult program of service and Christian community that is now entering its seventh year.

Senior Ministries

A home that was ideal 10, 20, or 40 years ago may no longer be the right fit. What once was a wonderfully spacious home with room for a growing family could have become an overly large home crammed with years of collections, with stairs too difficult to traverse, and isolated from needed services.

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[The Jersey Journal] The Interfaith Religious Leaders of Secaucus held a communal Prayer Vigil this week to promote peace and compassion among different faiths and cultures.

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[The Montclair Times] A lot of hands are responsible for the bounty at Toni's Kitchen every week illustrating that there are personal ways to donate to an organization without opening a checkbook or flashing a credit card.

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The Rev. Miguel Hernandez of Holy Trinity, West Orange is quoted in this article.

[Essex News Daily] The West Orange Hispanic Foundation (WOHF) celebrated its first anniversary with a party at Elks Lodge No. 1590 on July 30.

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[Passaic Valley Today] Officers with the Little Falls Police Department have kicked off a program so they can talk to residents in person more frequently.