We all know that our Prayer Book provides a clear statement about the mission God gives us: to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ (p. 855). The Prayer Book states that we pursue this mission through prayer, worship, proclaiming the Gospel, and promoting justice, peace, and love.
How can we set a course for engaging with God in this big, bold mission?
Since each of our faith communities is an outpost for proclaiming the Gospel, how can we work together, throughout our sixteen counties, to say more about who we are, why we’re here, and what we’re doing about it?
Your wisdom and perspective is necessary for us to set the course, and we will have clearer answers to “who are we?” and “why are we here?” and “what are we doing about it?” for being together to listen and to speak. Will you be part of this work?
Every faith community’s voice is necessary for us to have a diocese-wide vision, and therefore, the Diocesan Council and Bishop Brown invite you to attend at least one of the listening sessions listed below.