Looking to the future, the Revd Gregory Whitaker and his two congregations are building for the future. The newly envisioned Church of Christ Our Peace will have a nave seating 300 and a social hall large enough for 200. Both congregations would then be able to hold simultaneous services when needed. The Revd Whitaker has been in Cambodia for two years. Each year the size of the congregation has doubled. He has reason to think larger.
Day: July 11, 2015
Hoping to promote interfaith understanding and communication between disparate communities, the diocese aims to raise world-wide awareness of modern day human trafficking, as well as, share the East African historiu-2y of participation in the slave trade.
As part of the activities of the 78th General Convention, Episcopalians attending the convention, as well as members from local Dio Utah parishes, joined together on 29 JUN to participate in a service project at various LDS Welfare Square facilities.
Regular hours of prayer, work, worship and rest, moderation in all things, hospitality to all, obedience, humility and charity — these were the building blocks Benedict left for the future generations to use.