In this issue: Photographs of Krista Heuett and Collin Larimore’s diaconal ordination, new Central Deanery officers. Plus: One in Spirit; one in the Lord report and pictures, news diocesan staff direct telephone numbers, and a whole lot more!
News Update 04-07-2022
When: Saturday, April 23, 2021, at 4 p.m.
Where: Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, 11 E 40th St Kansas City, MO 4909
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.
Two-minute read. The diocesan staff have switched to a new digital telephone exchange and system. This has allowed us to provide both staff based in the Diocesan Center, and remote staff with direct numbers which will automatically connect to them wherever they are working.
Three-minute read. Photographs of the ordination of Krista Diane Heuett & Collin Kenneth Larimore into the Sacred Order of Deacons at Christ Episcopal Church, Springfield Missouri.
When: Tuesday, April 12, 2022, at 10 a.m.
Where: In-person & Online. Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, 415 West 13th Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64105.
Join the Rt. Rev. Diane M. Jardine Bruce, the clergy and people of the Episcopal churches of West Missouri on Tuesday, April 12 at 10 a.m. in a Holy Eucharist celebrated to commemorate the Tuesday of Holy Week, with a renewal of baptismal and ordination vows, and the blessing of Holy Oils.
Four-minute read. Three Kansas City area parishes brought native and edible trees to an east-side urban food forest in October. Look for repeat opportunities to “green and clean” in April.
Three-minute read. “There is a direct link between our baptismal covenant to respect the dignity of all people in Christ and the demand to respect the will of nations to determine their own destiny …”
Three-minute read. Existe un vínculo directo entre nuestro pacto bautismal de respetar la dignidad de todas las personas en Cristo y la exigencia de respetar la voluntad de las naciones a determinar su propio destino…