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Diocesan Convention 2016

CourtgaveljusticeXXXhighresThe 179th annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese will be held at  the Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre, 31 W. Ohio Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204, on October 27 – 29, 2016.  This will be an electing convention and Christ Church Cathedral will host the election and this convention.  The election of the 11th Bishop of the Diocese of Indianapolis will take place on Friday morning October 28, at Christ Church Cathedral after the Eucharist.

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Transition Committee Offers Bulletin Insert on Upcoming Bishop Candidate Walk-Abouts

You can download the insert here. What follows is the information on Walk-Abouts contained in the bulletin insert, including dates ad locations. You can also
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Grace Unlimited and Christian Theological Seminary Present Spirituality and Politics Program with Rob Bell

How does what's going on nationally reflect what's going on inside us individually? What are the big questions we should be asking as we approach
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Featured News

Episcopal Bishops Issue A Word to the Church for the World

[September 20, 2016] The House of Bishops of the Episcopal Church has issued the following A Word to the Church for the World. The video is available in English and Spanish here. A Word to the Church for the World Greetings from Detroit, a city determined to be revived. Greetings also from the city of Flint, where we are reminded that the gift of water has for many of our brothers and sisters become contaminated. Here we have been exhorted to set our sights beyond ourselves and to minister to the several nations where we serve ...
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Standing Committee Announces Petition Candidate: The Rev. Canon Bruce Gray

The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis announces the addition of The Rev. Canon Bruce Gray to the slate of nominees standing for election as the eleventh bishop of the diocese. Canon Gray, who currently serves as Canon to the Ordinary in this diocese, was presented and vetted for addition to the slate during the petition process. This process serves as the equivalent to the canonical requirement for nominations from the floor. Profiles of all candidates standing for election may be found at hoosierbishopxi.org/index.php/slate ...
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Presiding Bishop on “The Jesus Movement”

Loving, liberating, and life-giving See the video here, (Spanish translation available) We’ve been talking for a little over a year now about being the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement, and somebody recently said to me, “As a bishop, why don’t you paint us a picture, give us a picture of the Jesus Movement so that we can see it?” When the Gospel is about to be read, the congregation stands up. Something is going on. And then more than that, as the Gospel moment is approaching, a deacon, if there is a deacon in the ...
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Pathways to Vitality: God’s Covenant for Healthy Living Together

A new blog post offered on "God's Covenant for Healthy Living Together" Read and share ...
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Presiding Bishop on Voting as a Christian Obligation

Election Toolkit provides resources for congregations, individuals. https://youtu.be/an4-rxm90mU [Episcopal News Service] Government is a way of participating in our common life,” Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry said in a video election message. “And that is a Christian obligation. Indeed, we who follow in the Way of Jesus of Nazareth are summoned to participate actively as reflections of our faith in the civil process.” The Presiding Bishop’s video election message is here. The video is closed-captioned and is subtitled in Spanish. Election Toolkit and resources The Episcopal Church online toolkit ...
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Episcopal Relief and Development and the Gulf Coast Flood Crisis

Episcopal Relief and Development is partnering with dioceses and others to assist in flood response in Louisiana and the Gulf Coast. Find out more, pray, and help as you can. Resources can be found at www.episcopalrelief.org ...
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