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On Sunday, March 6, members of Christ Church in Short Hills watched the video of Bishop Beckwith’s Convention address, “Blessed and Beloved,” as part of both the 8 AM and 10 AM Eucharists. Following coffee hour that morning, six members volunteered to facilitate table discussions to reflect on what they had heard.

In the News

On Monday, March 14, 2016, Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle honored anti-poverty advocates Joyce Campbell, Serena Rice, and Diane Riley on the Assembly floor for their work to combat poverty in New Jersey and enact poverty solutions.

In the News

[Daily Record] The Church of the Redeemer is hosting an exhibit made by an artist to stay sane during a more than two-decade stint in solitary confinement in state prison.

Church News

A little more than a year ago, men from Church of the Incarnation and St. Paul’s Church in Bergen, neighboring Jersey City congregations located just a few blocks apart, formed a monthly Men’s Group. Getting to know one another as they prayed and socialized together, they began to take stock of the gifts they possess that they might share with others.

In the News

[Jersey Journal] I recently stopped by the Hoboken Shelter and was greeted by a nice, young man in the reception office.  I since have run into him on the streets of Hoboken and just assumed he worked there, which he does.

But Spike Enzweiler, 24, is a volunteer with a relatively new program called Newark Acts, run by the Episcopal Diocese of Newark.  This year, he and three other young adults are spending at least one year, and perhaps two, in a Hudson County institution.

Commentary

Some of you may remember back to a couple of years ago, when President Barack Obama delivered what was considered then to be a pretty remarkable speech at a commencement address at Morehouse College.

Senior Ministries

Do you want to know a secret? The secret shame of many seniors is that too many of them do not have enough money to buy food.

In the News

Bishop Beckwith, Canon Jacobs and at least 27 congregations offered Ashes to Go in train stations and other public locations on Ash Wednesday.

In the News

[Jersey Journal] If a prospective pastor were looking at a church's attendance of six people for Sunday services, they might pass on that assignment. Not Deacon Erik Soldwedel.

142nd Annual Diocesan Convention

Steven Boston, official photographer of Convention, has posted 464 photos from the 142nd Annual Diocesan Convention in his online portfolio.