SCFL: Embrace

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During the six weeks of Embrace, you will come to a deeper understanding of the Episcopal tradition, our liturgy, and our common life in prayer. It is an open forum for asking questions and for deepening your relationship with others on this journey into the life of the church. Study of scripture and prayer are […]

New York Polyphony | Immanuel Chapel Concert Series

Immanuel Chapel Virginia Theological Seminary 3737 Seminary Road, Alexandria, VA

New York Polyphony is: Geoffrey Williams, countertenor Steven Caldicott Wilson, tenor Andrew Fuchs, tenor Craig Phillips, bass The program will include: Crux triumphans - Loyset Compère (c. 1445-1518) Lamentations for Good Friday (Feria VI) - Francisco de Peñalosa (1470-1528) Taaveti laul - Cyrillus Kreek (1889-1962) Lamentations of Jeremiah – Thomas Crecquillon (c. 1505-1557) Lamentations of […]

Free

Trail2Truth Youth Event

St. John’s Episcopal Church, 3427 Laytonsville Road, Olney, MD 3427 Laytonsville Road, Olney, MD

In an effort to allow youth space to consider the effects of race and injustice in our history on our ability to live into our Baptismal promises, Province III of The Episcopal Church has designed a day of reflection and activity to gather youth in several Dioceses together to open our eyes and hearts to […]

$5

Camp Open House at The Claggett Center

Claggett Center 3035 Buckeystown Pike, Adamstown, MD

Join us for an afternoon of fun to learn about camp and get to know Claggett better! If you are interested in summer camp but aren't sure if a sleepaway program is for you, counselors and staff will be available to answer questions and explain more about what a day in the life at camp […]

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Foundational Spiritual Practices: Paths to Joy

Washington National Cathedral 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW,, Washington, DC

What do spiritual teachers, therapists, neuroscientists and physicians agree on? Spiritual practices are good for our mental, physical, and spiritual health. In April 2015, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu sat down together for an intimate conversation between soul friends that resulted in The Book of Joy and the recent film, MISSION: […]

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Brothers in the Beloved Community

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In Brothers in the Beloved Community, Episcopal Bishop Marc Andrus tells the little-known story of a friendship between two giants of our time: the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Bishop Marc Andrus, Bishop Mariann Budde and the Rev. Dr. Paul Smith join Dean Hollerith […]

Renewal of Vows & the Blessing of Oils

Washington National Cathedral 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW,, Washington, DC

Each year the clergy of the diocese gather to renewal their ordination vows and the bishop blesses oils used for anointing the sick and chrism for use at baptisms. The service is open to all who wish to attend. Watch the service on YouTube Clergy are invited to a simple lunch with their bishop following […]

Renewal of Vows & the Blessing of Oils – Southern MD

All Faith, Charlotte Hall 38885 New Market Turner Rd, Mechanicsville, Maryland

Each year the clergy of the diocese gather to renewal their ordination vows and the bishop blesses oils used for anointing the sick and chrism for use at baptisms. The service is open to all who wish to attend. Clergy are invited to a simple lunch with their bishop following the service and are requested […]

American Red Cross Blood Drive

St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church 5450 Massachusetts Avenue, Bethesda, MD

Local blood supplies are at an historic low, so please consider giving the gift of life! POWER RED donations are especially in demand, as as they get the component that is most needed for area hospitals. The American Red Cross is testing all donations for COVID-19 antibodies for a limited time. Results may indicate an […]

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SCFL: Antiracism Training via the Way of Love

Zoom

Deepen awareness about what racism is and why it needs to be addressed. Acknowledge your part in perpetuating racism, identify direct actions you can take, and make the commitment to dismantling racism. This anti-racism training is grounded in the Baptismal Covenant and the four-part labyrinth of Becoming the Beloved Community of truth-telling, dream proclaiming, love practicing, […]

Sanctuary Ministry: The Cathedral’s Neighbor-to-Neighbor team: Progress Report

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Please join the Sanctuary Ministry for an update on the Cathedral’s progress in developing a capacity to welcome refugees and asylum seekers. The Cathedral congregation and members of the Sanctuary Ministry from other parishes are currently supporting an asylum-seeking family. Our speakers will be team Co-chairs, Carol Cropp and Martin Dickinson.

Free

St. James’ Potomac Community Sale

St. James' Episcopal Church 11815 Seven Locks Rd., Potomac, Maryland

Find a wide selection of gently used items: children's clothing, books, toys and sporting goods, household items and more! All sales by cash or check only.