At the Diocese and Beyond

Below are some upcoming events that you may want to participate in.

Vigil of Hope

Friday, May 21, 2021 at 8 pm

The nation carries deep wounds following more than a year of global pandemic and public reckoning with centuries of racial injustice.  Washington National Cathedral invites us to gather in word and music to acknowledge the sorrow of this past year and to turn our collective gaze towards the hope rooted deeply in our faith.
Join on the Washington National Cathedral’s website or on YouTube.

Concert for the Human Family & “From Many One” Community Conversations

Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 6 pm

The concert, from Philadelphia cathedral, will focus on the work of racial reconciliation through a musical journey intended to awaken listeners. Sharing stories of human experience, it hopes to start powerful conversations within our churches and cathedrals.

Register for the free concert and Zoom conversations.

Churchwide Pentecost Revival Worship Service

Sunday, May 23 2021 at 4 pm

The spirit-filled celebration will draw on the gifts, testimonies, songs and voices of Episcopalians in cathedrals and communities across the church I Philadelphia, Navajoland, Seattle, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C.

Service will be aired on the Episcopal Church’s various web channels, including Facebook and episcopalchurch.org.

Commemoration of George Floyd

Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at 8 pm

Six Episcopal bishops will lead a prayerful commemoration of George Floyd on the first anniversary of his murder by a Minneapolis police officer. 

The pre-recorded service will include reflection by presiding Bishop Michael Curry; a prayer of lament from George Floyd Square in Minneapolis; an act of remembrance from Ferguson, Missouri, where Michael brown what is shot in August 2014; and a nine minute 29 second video, the amount of time the police officer’s knee was on Floyd’s neck.
 Will be available on Indiana diocese Facebook page

https://www.episcopalnewsservice.org/events/commemoration-of-george-floyd/

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