This new ministry is a way for our diocese to manifest good care of God?s people, live out our Diocesan Vision,and always seek the goals of reconciliation and unity in Christ during this important time of transition
Day: June 15, 2018
As he prayed, I looked at his beautiful, gentle face and saw without any veil or cover his agony as well as his love. Who would not respond to a prayer like that?
“I think that God hopes I will make good decisions with my life, but in order for it to be my life, God can’t step in and ‘save me’ from myself or from just plain bad luck.”
Bishop Ian Douglas met with members of St. Paul’s, Darien on the evening of June 14th, as was previously announced (see the Café’s coverage of the events leading up to this meeting here). From the diocesan media release: “The Rt. Rev. Ian T. Douglas, Bishop Diocesan of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut, visited St. Paul’s Episcopal […]