Changes are coming to eSpirit, news from Good Shepherd (Kansas City), and St. Nicholas (Noel), a long list of August and September meetings, and more!
One-minute read. All are welcome to a premiere organ concert to celebrate the blessing and dedication of the new Johannus Organ at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection on Sunday afternoon, August 18 at 5:00 p.m. at 1433 R.D. Mize Rd, Blue Springs, Mo 64015.
One-minute read. Food is our most basic need. Yet often, we expect those who are hungry to pull themselves up, dust themselves off, go to work, go stand in line to fill out paperwork, parent their children, clean up their yard, contribute to the world around them … and then we will feed them. If, even for a few moments, we can provide a high quality, nutritious meal in a safe place, a place where individuals and families can regroup, refocus and refresh their energies, we can impact their overall well-being and change their lives. What if we feed people in an atmosphere of dignity and respect?
Two-minute read. Churches can now apply for the next round of the Episcopal Evangelism Grants Program, designed to fund local and regional evangelism efforts in the Episcopal Church. The application deadline is October 1
Register now for the Episcopal Cursillo Ministry Conference to be held at Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, October 3-5 in Kansas City, Missouri. The Early Bird rate for the full conference is $75. After September 1, the rate will go up to $125. For those unable to attend the full conference, the single-day Early Bird rate is $50, going up to $80 after September 1.
Spirit Volume 11, Issue 2. In This Issue Editor’s Letter Keeping Watch Features News Daily Prayers – Posted every day at 8:30 p.m. on and . Include the #dwmo hashtag in all your church social media posts so that the good news from your church can be seen and shared on diocesan social media. About How to contact us, submit articles & pictures for publication: Spirit. Directory A directory of all the churches in the diocese Directory.
Two-minute read. The past four months have been very busy. We’ve held three ordination services, ordaining two transitional deacons, and five new priests. We’ve held three area confirmation services, and two churches have celebrated major anniversaries. That all mounts up to a packed edition of Spirit.