The clergy of The Diocese of West Missouri will gather again this year for a time of spiritual renewal and growth at Conception Abbey. During this gathering we will spend time in worship, prayer, and fellowship with one another.
Five-minute read. What a wonderful afternoon at St. Anne’s in Lee’s Summit! Approximately 120 members of the deanery were there on Saturday, July 23. Both Mother Kary from Trinity, Independence, and the Rev. Meg from St. Anne’s were good sports and tried out the water slide too!
Four-minute read. The Executive Council of The Episcopal Church has granted The Diocese of West Missouri $20,265 for the creation of a teaching-and-learning program designed to equip town and country churches.
Please join us for the Central Deanery picnic at St. Annes’s Episcopal Church in Lee’s Summit at noon on Saturday, July 23. The Deanery will provide hotdogs, hamburgers, and condiments, and asks that those attending bring sides and desserts, as each is able.
Four-minute read. For some clergy, a sabbatical is a time of rest, perhaps focusing on an academic project or a retreat. Not so for Northern Indiana Bishop Douglas Sparks, who is spending his sabbatical walking the 660-mile Potawatomi Trail of Death from Indiana to Kansas.
One-minute read. Sacred & Secular, a musical collective with a residency at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Excelsior Springs, has released the album Peas in a Pod: Music from Two Podcasts (And Elsewhere).
Three-minute read. St. Anne’s has embarked on a new ministry to respond to the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. Firstly by helping a family of 16 people to leave Afghanistan, and secondly by creating an apartment in St. Anne’s that will be home for an Afghan family.
One-minute read. To celebrate St. Philip’s first Holy Eucharist service since the pandemic began, the congregation designated it as a “Thanksgiving Sunday” and doubled donations to the Trenton Good Samaritan Fund.