News Update 05-19-2022

New Spirit Update, May 19, 2022

In this issue: With an increase in COVID-19 cases, The Episcopal Church plans for a shorter General Convention,St. Anne’s Afghan Refugee family settles in. Plus, Bishop Bruce on Dobbs VS Jackson Women’s Health Organization, meet Rachael Orth our new Events Coordinator, lots of upcoming events, and more!

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Introducing Rachael Orth

Two-minute read. We are pleased to introduce Rachael Orth, who joined the Diocesan Staff on May 16 in the half-time position of Events Coordinator. Rachael will be responsible for the logistics (registration, venue bookings, contracts, and organizing refreshments and meals, etc.) for diocesan-wide events, and events of interest to a wider diocesan audience.

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Doing your bit for Saving God’s Creation — Some practical tips on dealing with young wild animals

Four-minute read. Part of our responsibility to take care of creation is to make sure we know how to handle things when our lives intersect with the wild critters. You need to know what, if anything you should do to protect them and yourself. Especially when children, dogs, and cats often present families with an unplanned wild animal “gift” that must be dealt with.

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Bishop Bruce answers questions on The Episcopal Church’s position following last week’s leaked draft ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

I am being asked, “what does The Episcopal Church have to say about what is happening at the Supreme Court?” … I want to let you know about our Church’s stand on this important, and I know, divisive, issue.

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