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April 24, 2024

4th Week of Easter 2024

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Clergy & Family Day

May 18, 2024


  • Come relax and take part in this gift from Camp Washington, Lakeside on May 18, 2024. Enjoy this free-admission experience with your loved ones!
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Recap from Spring Training 2024: Get Equipped for Ministry

Spring Training & Gathering 2024 "Get Equipped of Ministry" + Equipping the Saints of ECCT

We are currently building the archive of ST&G 24 presentations. These will be available soon, so please be patient as we assemble these digital assets.

Art & Poetry Series: God's Gallery

*Earth Month Appreciation Series

Earth is not only our home but, a beautiful artistic expression of love created by God. Happy Earth Month!

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Barbara Roos announced as Administrator for the Canon to the Ordinary

The Episcopal Church in Connecticut (ECCT) is pleased to welcome Barbara Roos as Administrator for the Canon to the Ordinary (C2O). In this newly created position, Barbara will support the C2O by holding processes related to Alienations and Encumbrances, clergy licensing, and Title IV, among her other responsibilities. She will also offer her considerable administrative skills in managing the C2O’s complex calendar and supporting the ECCT staff more broadly. 

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Prayer for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

May 5, 2024, is the National Day of Awareness and Action for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Nationwide, murder is the third leading cause of death for Native women according to the Urban Indian Health Institute. About 4 in 5 Native women have experienced violence, Native women are twice as likely than white women to experience violence. Native women also face a murder rate that is 10 times the national average, and the murder rate for Native women is 3 times that of white women

Growing Hope, Forging Peace, May 11

For Middle and High School Youth: Come to Camp Washington, Lakeside, on May 10-11 at 6PM with old friends and meet new friends as we come together for a weekend of hope and transformation.

On Friday, gather at Camp for an evening of engaging conversation and discussion with Shane Claiborne, beating guns into plowshares around the forge, group art projects, and time to chill and talk around the campfire.

Saturday morning, you will wake up to breakfast and have time to wrap up our work from Friday night, then welcome the larger community to join for a day of testimony, reflection, experience, and ACTION, ending the weekend in worship, prayer, and a delicious picnic lunch.

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50th Anniversary Celebration, May 19

Join us for a celebration of those who have been in committed partnerships for 50 years or more at 4PM on Sunday, May 19, 2024, at Christ Church Cathedral, Hartford.

This year’s celebration will include a blessing of the union with Holy Eucharist. A cake and punch reception will follow, featuring a professional photographer ready to take photos of all our anniversary couples!

Clergy & Guest Registration Here

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Wardens' Call

Join Bishop Jeff and Bishop Laura for a time of community and conversation with a recurring call on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at 8:30AM - 9:30AM.

Important Dates:

  • April 24: Wardens w/o Clergy *Special Call: Open Office Hours with Cn. Tim Hodapp
  • May 8: All Wardens

Zoom information: Same as the current Wednesday Bishops' Call Meetings

Lay Preaching Group

Join Bishop Laura every Tuesday

9AM-10AM online for a time of reflection and conversation as you prepare to preach on Sunday. 

Zoom information: 

Safe Church Training

The in-person Spanish comprehensive training is being held at Christ Church Cathedral, Hartford, on Saturday, May 11, from 9am-12pm.

Please reach out to Bernice Jackson for additional questions or difficulties with registration.

Register Here

Clergy Seeking Parish Call: If you are interested in any of our parishes or have questions about the transition process, please reach out to the Rev. Cn. Tim Hodapp, Diocesan Transition Minister. 

Click the button below to view the Transitions List:

Parishes Seeking Clergy

Camp Washington
  Christ Church Cathedral