Bishop Hughes is looking for people who will dream and who will pray together and who will work together and be in conversation about what the future of our church in northern New Jersey might look like.
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When we are generous, it reminds us of who we are and who we were created to be: creatures who are made in God's image, and God is a generous God.
The story of early Christianity and the formation of the church is chronicled in Holy Scripture. The Acts of the Apostles and the numerous letters sent to fledgling church communities in places such as Philippi, Corinth, Galatia, and Rome portray the development and growth of our faith tradition.
Vestries are people who are committed not only to running a church, but who are deeply committed to God.
The only way to exit the endless treadmill of action is to follow Jesus to the quiet place for rest.
Even in our darkest hour, God’s hope does not end, fade, or withdraw.
To embody Jesus’ message is not the calling of our political parties, but it most certainly our calling.
If we set aside politics and look at the immigration crisis using the Bible and our Baptismal Covenants as our guides, what might we be called to do?
As we move into summer, Bishop Carlye Hughes reminds us that the Holy Spirit doesn't take vacation.
Inspired by a question she was asked at a Confirmation retreat, Bishop Carlye Hughes shares what she expects of us as people of faith in northern New Jersey.