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Summer Stewardship Series: How to Reconnect, Build, & Engage


Welcome to Summer! A time when the pews at our church are usually a little bit emptier which could mean less connection and community. Our May 25th workshop, “Use Summer

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June 29, 2022


Learning Our Story and Ministering the EfM Way


In steadfast pursuit to “to know the Christian story and to live it boldly,” Episcopal Church of the Advent in Cape May completed hosting its third successive curriculum year of

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United Thank Offering Training Days


The United Thank Offering (UTO) is a ministry of The Episcopal Church for the mission of the whole church. Through UTO, individuals are invited to embrace and deepen a personal daily

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June 28, 2022


Episcopal Church Office of Black Ministries announces name change to African Descent Ministries


As it prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2023, The Episcopal Church’s Office of Black Ministries is pleased to announce a name change to African Descent Ministries to more

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Join us for Pride Events—In Person or Online!


Pride Month has already been a time for celebration and community building across the diocese, and the month isn’t over yet! Join us at Trinity Cathedral on Sunday, June 26th

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June 24, 2022



A Conversation with Ted Moore


Deacon Ted Moore has been with the Anti-Racism Commission since just about forever. He’s a soft-spoken, elegant sort of guy who describes listening to jazz as one of his great

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Refugee Workshop and Toolkit Now Available


Seeking Refugee: Dislocation & Resettlement On the occasion of World Refugee Day, this workshop presents the topics of refugees and resettlement, dislocation, and related social justice issues. Thee workshop features

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Fr. Francisco Pozo to Retire This Sunday


The Rev. Canon Dr. Francisco Pozo is retiring after 28 years of service in the Diocese of New Jersey. His last Sunday is June 26. Fr.  Pozo was born in Villa

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Bishop Curry’s Statement on Supreme Court Dobbs Decision


Today’s decision institutionalizes inequality because women with access to resources will be able to exercise their moral judgment in ways that women without the same resources will not.

This is a pivotal day for our nation, and I acknowledge the pain, fear, and hurt that so many feel right now. As a church, we stand with those who will feel the effects of this decision—and in the weeks, months, and years to come.  


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