News Update 10-20-2022

New Spirit Update, October 21, 2022

In this Issue: Annual Convention update including convention training, resolutions, nominations, schedule, plus the presiding bishop nominating committee releases a churchwide survey, and lots more!

Annual Convention Update

Two-minute read. The 133rd Annual Convention of The Diocese of West Missouri is now two weeks away. And there are lots of things going on, read on to find out about training sessions, convention documents, and the schedule.

133rd Annual Convention of The Diocese of West Missouri

When: November 4 – 5
Where: Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, Kansas City. In person and Online
For: Anyone
he 133rd Annual Convention of The Diocese of West Missouri commences with the Opening Eucharist at 7 p.m. on Friday, November 4, 2022. The convention business session starts with morning prayer at 8:30 a.m. of Saturday, November 5.

A win-win for you and your church

One-Minute read. Attending the Forma Conference is a win for you and your church. Consistently regarded as a valuable ministry experience, here are a few solid reasons I hope you will attend.

Advent Resources

One-Minute read. Nurture a meaningful Advent at church and home. There is no shortage of excellent (and easy to use) resources, like these favorites…

Annual Convention Technology Training

We are offering three sessions at various times to capture as many participants as possible. It is important that all convention delegates attend at least one training session. Please use this time to ask any questions you may have. You may attend more than one session.

When: October 25, 10 a.m. & 7 p.m. October 27, 7 p.m.
Where: Online Training Sessions via Zoom

Ordination of Krista Heuett to the Sacred Order of Priests

One-minute read. On Thursday, October 13, 2022, Deacon Krista Heuett, was ordained into the Sacred Order of Priests in an ordination service held at All Saints Episcopal Church in Lansing, Michigan.

Presiding bishop nominating committee releases churchwide survey, seeks participation by October 31

Two-minute read. The Episcopal Church Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of the Presiding Bishop invites all Episcopalians to participate in a survey. The responses will help the committee develop a profile of the skills, qualities, and gifts the church seeks in its next presiding bishop, considering what the church and world may look like in the next decade.

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