In this issue: St. Anne’s, Lee’s Summit helps HS Seniors graduate, Presiding Bishop receives medical monitoring, an update on the 2024 budget process, and a whole lot more!
News Update 06-01-2023
Two-minute read. Durante el fin de semana del Día de Recordación, el obispo primado de la Iglesia Episcopal, Michael Curry, ingresó en el hospital de Raleigh, Carolina del Norte, donde se sometió a pruebas debido a una hemorragia interna y a una afección cardíaca. Ha sido dado de alta y estará sujeto a observación mientras trabaja en un horario reducido desde su casa.
Two-minute read. Over Memorial Day weekend, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry was admitted to the hospital in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he underwent testing for internal bleeding and a heart condition. He has been discharged and will be monitored while working on a reduced schedule from home.
Three-minute read. In this episode … we talk about personal and corporate piety. Why we do the things we do. It is not just pew aerobics; it is reverence for God. However, in the Episcopal Church, not every parish will have the same exact piety in a worship service, nor will everyone have the same personal piety. Piety is less about doing the “right thing” and more about how to show reverence or respect to the Triune God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) and your growth in relationship with the Triune God.
Five-minute read. KC Pride 2023 is just around the corner. The Episcopal Church will be present at the three-day Festival, marching in the parade together and hosting a Pride Mass that Saturday morning. All churches are welcome to join us and make our voices heard. We need volunteers to help share God’s love and invite others to join the Episcopal Church in proclaiming the Gospel.