A diocesan-wide Easter Vigil Service of Light will be broadcast online from Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral on Facebook and YouTube at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 11.
The go-to list of all the key events of interest to the members of the churches of The Diocese of West Missouri.
Come visit with us online between 11:00 a.m. and Noon each week day online. Kim Snodgrass (Christian Formation) and Gary Allman (Communications) will be hosting the daily sessions, and they will bring other members of the diocesan staff, including Bishop Marty if he is available, online to answer specific queries as required.
In an abundance of caution, and in recognition of our responsibility to the greater community, at a diocesan staff meeting held on March 11, it was agreed to cancel Clericus. We will be looking at the possibility of holding some online sessions. If you have already registered we will be contacting you to arrange returning your payment.
In an abundance of caution, and in recognition of our responsibility to the greater community, at a diocesan staff meeting held on March 11, it was agreed to cancel Bishop Day’s South. We will be making the supporting documentation provided by the presenters available online, and looking at the possibility of holding some online sessions at a later date.
This year’s diocesan convention is a one-day, business-only event, held at Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, Kansas City Missouri. Registration opens at 8:00 a.m.
For people staying overnight in Kansas City on Friday, October 25, a reception will be held 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. in Founders’ Hall at the cathedral.
Full details of the event, including reports, minutes from the previous convention, resolutions submitted, etc. can be found on the Convention website.
One-minute read. It’s time for the Episcopal Church to come together as disciples of Jesus and take a bold new step into the next decade. Let’s spend four days together, talking about discipleship, leadership, evangelism, formation, preaching, and much more—so we can go out and be the Body of Christ.
Event Canceled. The purpose of this workshop is to assist us in organizing to eliminate the sin of racism. This workshop satisfies the canonical requirements for Clergy, Deacons, Vestry Members, Parish Staff, and other parishioners and those who are in process for ordination to be trained in racial reconciliation.
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.