News Update 09-16-2021

New Spirit Update, September 16, 2021

In this issue: A farewell from Bishop Marty, Hispanic Heritage Month, St. Philip’s Trenton’s fund-raising efforts, and much, more!

Farewell from Bishop Marty

Five-minute read. Bishop Marty reviews his Episcopacy in West Missouri.

Fall Daughters of the King Assembly

The Order of Daughters of the King in West Missouri are holding their first Fall Assembly in two Years. Daughters in the Diocese, please plan to attend our Fall Assembly, Saturday, October 16, 2021.

Palabra pastoral del Obispo Presidente Michael Curry en el 20º aniversario del 11 de septiembre

One-minute read. Si bien han transcurrido 20 años, quisiera hacer una pausa y recordar los días que siguieron a estos trágicos acontecimientos. Fueron tiempos de mucha unión. Rezamos, lloramos y también trabajamos juntos. Porque en esos momentos, por muy fugaces que fuesen, supimos con inmediatez y vulnerabilidad que necesitamos a Dios y que nos necesitamos unos a otros.

Pastoral word from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on 20th anniversary of September 11

One-minute read. While 20 years have passed, I also want us to pause and remember the days that followed these tragic events. There was a moment in the aftermath when people came together. We were praying, grieving, and also working together. Because in that moment, however fleeting it was, we knew with immediacy and vulnerability that we need God, and we need each other.

St. Francis Day: Blessing of the Animals

Three-minute read. The Episcopal Church has long believed that animals (and all creation) are gifts from God, and that people are responsible for being good stewards of the earth and all its inhabitants. Add your voice through a Blessing of the Animals.

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