The Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming recognized the critical situation that COVID-19 has brought to Wyoming and determined to do what they could to help. They dedicated $1 million dollars from their Foundation to help directly fund community needs resulting from the pandemic.
Day: October 13, 2020
“It’s not at all obvious what a way out would look like from a pandemic. This coronavirus has proved very efficient at spreading itself, and very difficult to dislodge from society. The more we meet each other, the more opportunities for it to spread. And there aren’t many of us who would look forward to a lifetime of spatially distanced conversations with our friends and families. A way of living which allows us to meet each other without restriction or anxiety does indeed seem unattainable and inaccessible.”
Today’s roundup: an Episcopal church provides a virtual learning center for kids with limited access to on-line learning, a diocese ordains its first female Hispanic priest, and a church celebrates the birthday of its eldest member.
“Remember this peace from God
that falls on you
and follows you
wherever you go