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March 1Justin Welby, Archbishop of CanterburyKatharine Jefferts Schori, Our Presiding BishopGay Jennings, President of the House of DeputiesGregory O. Brewer, our BishopJohn W. Howe, our Bishop RetiredWilliam H. Folwell, our Bishop RetiredPatrick Gidudu, Bishop of Mbale (Uganda) Helen Adams, Retired Deacon, Non-ParochialOrlando Addison, Vicar, Holy Faith Church, Port St. LucieKristi Alday, Archdeacon, Diocese of Central FloridaLloyd Allen, Bishop, Diocese of Honduras
In January, 2014, the Diocese of Central Florida’s Annual Convention passed a resolution to set aside $50,000 in grant money for unaided congregations, called Congregational Devlopment Grants.The grants are a resource for growing existing, self-supporting congregations and their ministry opportunities. The grants reflect the “Five Strategic Points” named by Bishop Gregory Brewer in the Bishop’s address to the Convention, January, 2014.
On Saturday, February 21, 2015, 10:00 AM, Cathedral Church of St. Luke, 130 North Magnolia Ave, Orlando, FL, 32801, the Union of Black Episcopalians-Central Florida Chapter, in conjunction with the Diocese of Central Florida Anti-Racism Committee and Minority Ministries Committee is sponsoring “A Celebration of the Life and Ministry of the Reverend Absalom Jones: Working Towards Social Justice and Reconciliation.”
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2015 ANNUAL DIOCESAN CONVENTION:
The Forty- Sixth Annual Convention of the Diocese of Central Florida was held Friday, January 23 and Saturday, January 24, 2015, at The Cathedral Church of St. Luke, 130 North Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801
We are Christians committed to loving God and our neighbor, and we work to spread the teachings of Jesus Christ in our community and the world. We are part of the U.S. Episcopal Church.
* Pray and ask God for His leadership and His missionary strategy.
* Strengthen our relationships with one another, becoming even more deeply a diocesan family.
* Raise up new clergy and lay leaders, wisely using our God-given resources, including time and money.
* Address the missionary challenge that is before us in our neighborhoods.
* Take our place within the councils of the Episcopal Church.
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Orlando, FL 32801
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