Thursday, May 23, 2019

Diocesan News

Creating Race in America
6/2, St. Peter's School, Philadelphia
Led by St. Peter's Church parishioner and Villanova faculty member, Catherine Kerrison, this interactive conversation looks at a series of laws passed between 1639 and 1705 in colonial Virginia to understand how ideas about race were created and woven into the very fabric of our legal systems. More details.
Understanding Your Potential
6/12, Gryphon Cafe, Wayne
“Potential” is a very weird thing. It doesn’t actually exist yet but many of us base our lives on it. What do think is your “potential”? How do you reach it? St. Martin’s Church, Radnor and Christ Church, Ithan are hosting a conversational gathering for the community on this. More details.

Wear Orange Sunday
6/2, Across the Diocese
Wear Orange is a national program to raise awareness and speak out about gun violence. On Sunday, June 2nd, the Diocesan Anti-Gun Violence Commission invites your congregation to participate in Wear Orange Sunday. More details.

6/8, Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral
The Bishop will be ordaining six deacons and receiving one; and receiving two priests. Please join us. Reception to follow. More details.

Antiques Appraisal Roadshow
6/22, Trinity Gulph Mills
What are your antiques and inherited items worth? Find out with Gordon Converse, famed antiques expert and former evaluator on PBS’ The Antiques Roadshow.  More details.

More Events/News
Safe Church Training
6/15, Trinity Buckingham

This is diocesan-wide training for all persons requiring Safe-Church training. This event will provide face-to-face training led by Erika Bower of St. Thomas, Whitemarsh. More details.
Check out our jobs page for the latest openings for clergy and laity positions across the diocese. Visit here.
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