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Churches consolidate in Maryland

With diocesan membership numbers in decline over the past half-century, the [Episcopal Diocese of Maryland] has closed a net 34 churches from its mid-1960s peak and merged five more, leaving a total of about 100. Another is teetering financially after the loss of a major donor.

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New MD bishop interviewed on NPR

“Across the church right now, diocese by diocese, we are holding these days about alcohol and drug addiction. We are now treating the issue as opportunity to learn how to really respond pastorally, in-depth. And as we teach the clergy how to ask the harder questions, they are learning.”

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Diocese of Maryland: tragedy and transparency

The Diocese of Maryland has begun a web site dedicated to responses to the death of Tom Palermo. Information and Resources includes:

Clergy and Church Member Forums

Jan 21, — Postponed due to snow. New date to be announced.
St. James’ Parish, Lothian, 7-8:30 pm
Press Guidelines for the Clergy and Church Member Forums

Mark your Calendar!
12-Step Eucharist during Faith@Five
January 31, 2015 at 5 pm
Church of the Redeemer
5603 North Charles Street (Corner of Charles Street and Melrose Avenue)
Baltimore 21210
All are welcome, and a special invitation is extended to those […]

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Statement issued following clergy meeting in Maryland

UPDATE 2, added 11PM: Report from Baltimore Sun – see below

UPDATE 1: more from Baltimore Brew – see below

The Diocese of Maryland has issued a statement following this morning’s closed-door meeting held to allow diocesan clergy to receive and process information, express feelings, ask questions, and come together after the tragic events of past weeks, in which a cyclist was killed in an accident involving the Suffragan Bishop of that diocese, Heather Cook.

The Rev. Scott Slater, chief assistant to the Bishop of […]

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