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What might Bp Curry’s wedding sermon bring?

Millions of people will Google “Episcopal Church” next Saturday. I hope every congregation gets its website ready for extra traffic. People might actually show up in churches on Sunday morning because of what they hear, so we should be ready.

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How can we move our faith forward?

Inspiring readers with daily scripture readings and reflections since 1935, Forward Day by Day is your companion for the journey. Check out this preview of upcoming FDbD devotions.

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Christos Anesti!

In Celebrating the 50 Days of Easter, Nancy Hopkins-Greene explores ways let go of fear, cultivate signs of new life, read the Bible, bring new life to others, and invite God into your questions.

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Signs and Wonders

The healings presented in the Gospels and Acts are more than just the restoration of physical well-being, so much more.

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