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Historic combined parish pioneers the way

Next month, on 6 JAN 2017, the Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America will have been in full communion for 16 years. One of the groups of members of both denominations to seek to take advantage of the opportunities opened with Called to Common Mission were the Episcopalians and Lutherans in Big Sky MT.

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Anglican & Lutheran leaders in US & Canada met SEP 24 & 25 in DC

The Most Revd Dr Katharine Jefferts Schori, the Most Revd Fred Hiltz, Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Revd Elizabeth Eaton, Presiding Bishop of the Evangelical Church in America and the Revd Canon Susan Johnson, National Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada gathered in Washington DC over 24 & 25 SEP.

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Grace from adversity

As with Episcopal priests, Lutheran pastors often serve more than one small congregation at the same time. The Revd Mary Duersken was pastor to both Lutheran Church of the Ascension in Waterford MI and Sylvan Lake Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield MI.

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