Please join us as we resume our book study on Undoing Racism with our next book: “Slaves In The Family” by Edward Ball.
When: Every Sunday, January 9, through February 27, 2022, 9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Where: Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, 415 W 13th St., Kansas City, MO 64105
For: Candidates for Confirmation in the Kansas City Metro Area.
Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral is excited to be hosting confirmation classes during the season of Epiphany and invites all baptized youth and college-age students who live nearby and are seeking to deepen their commitment to their faith journey to join them.
Three-minute read. People need the kind of theological education which supports their faith and which also trains them to express that faith in day-to-day events. “This is a class I wish I had ‘discovered’ at a much earlier time in my life. It is rewarding beyond anything I ever thought it would be.”
Two-minute read. In dioceses like Kansas, Western Kansas, West Missouri, Nebraska, and others, many of our people worship in small struggling congregations. The Bishop Kemper School for Ministry (BKSM) was founded to assist by raising up women and men to be called to proclaim the Good News in small places.
Two-minute read. Rogationtide happens for a few days just before Ascension Day. This year, that means on Monday, May 10 through Wednesday, May 12 we are encouraged to add special prayers for God’s blessing on the fruits of the earth and the labors of humankind, especially those that fall within our boundaries.
One-minute read, two-hour video. Over One-hundred church leaders from across the diocese gathered for Church Leadership Essentials, an online event replacing our traditional in-person Bishop’s Days training for church leadership. Here is a link to the material presented, and you can also watch a recording of Saturday’s session if you wish.
Four-minute read. If you are new to the Episcopal Church, and even if you are not, the changing colors of the robes the clergy wear, the names and reasons for the changing seasons can be quite mysterious. Especially confusing is the way the seasons move around the calendar seemingly at random from year to year. Well, here are some answers!