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How to Help Refugees in your Neighborhood

Have you wondered how you can offer practical help to individuals and families, who are relocating to New Jersey from countries around the world? Consider …

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Trinity Cathedral Presents Bishop with “Mets Mitre”

The Right Reverend William H. “Chip” Stokes, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey, is a lifelong Mets fanatic. In honor of his upcoming …

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Bishop-Elect Sally French

Monday is the Deadline to Register to Attend Consecration of the XIIIth Bishop of NJ

Monday is the last day to register to attend consecration June 5 is the last day to register to attend the June 24 ordination and …

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Bishop Stokes (far left) and potential students in the School for Ministry listen to an orientation session led by the Rev. Genevieve Bishop (right) in 2019.

NJ School for Ministry Graduation Service this Saturday at 10:00

New Jersey School for Ministry The Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey invites you to join us on Saturday, June 10, at 10 a.m., at Trinity …

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Wurlitzer Spinet Upright Piano Available

Wurlitzer spinet upright piano available in South Orange, NJ. All keys work. Three pedals work. Recently tuned. The only catch? Transport is up to you! …

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St. Peter’s Clarksboro Opens Community Pantry

St. Peter’s Community Pantry held its ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, May 20 in Clarksboro, welcoming parishioners, local officials, the community, and members of the ECS-NJ …

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Stewardship of Everything Else Living in God's Abundance rev[69]

Video: The Stewardship of Everything Else Online workshop recorded live on May 24, 2023. Closed captions available in English, Spanish, Igbo, and Haitian Creole. Stewardship of Everything Else Resources The …

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Position Available: Part-Time Asst. Director for Communications & Development, ECS-NJ

Episcopal Community Services of the Diocese of New Jersey Job Title: Assistant Director for Communications and Development, ECS-NJ (part-time) About the Position Episcopal Community Services-New …

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