Tag: fall 2015

Safe Churches, Accessible Training

THE DIOCESE OF VIRGINIA BEGAN OFFERING UPDATED, SHORTER MISCONDUCT PREVENTION TRAINING IN MID-OCTOBER. HERE’S A LOOK AT THE REASONING BEHIND THE CHANGE. Consider this narrative: A father of two spends his weekdays at work and […]

ChurchNext: Build Your Parish Community Online

By: Liz Brignac, ChurchNext Trinity Episcopal Church in Upperville is facing a challenge. Parishioners are maintaining their numbers at Sunday services, but involvement in weekly activities like adult Christian formation and Bible study is diminishing. […]

Churches Working Together in Community

In some parts of the 80,000-strong Diocese of Virginia, The Episcopal Church is like a Starbucks coffee shop, with a church, it seems, on every corner. Those communities are being touched by God in many ways.

Peter Helms Mayo

Devoted Steward and Benefactor of the Diocese of Virginia At the 1923 meeting of the Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia, the Council formally expressed “its appreciation of the noble gift to the Diocese […]

Annual Council

January 21-23, 2016, Hyatt Reston Hotel, Reston It’s all about connections. In some contexts, that phrase might have negative connotations – hints of insider deals. But in the context of the 221st Annual Council of […]