Proud to Support LGBTQIA+ Pride

This blog post was written by the Rev. Helena Martin, Missional Curate at St. Paul’s, Southington. My eyes scanned the faces of the forty or so people gathered, all looking up at the flag pole. With the help of Boy Scout Troop 45, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Southington had just raised its first LGBTQIA+…

Epiphany: A Reflection

This blog post was written by Jay Lechausse, a member of Christ Church Cathedral’s congregation I’m only just now beginning to even begin to make sense of the events which happened in Washington on January 6, 2021, and feel the need to perhaps offer my perspective and own it as my opinion. It is with…

Movements in Faith

A few weeks ago, I received an email from the Rev. George Roberts about an upcoming new ministry happening at St. James’, Farmington, geared towards individuals with special needs and their families. And, not only was this a new ministry complete with inclusive music, scripture readings, and opportunities to get to know each other, but…

Meet: Jennie Dixon: Use the gifts you’ve been given to serve

I had the pleasure of having coffee with Jennie Dixon at a Dunkin Donuts in Windsor, CT. We sat down and immediately dove into a conversation about empowering women. Jennie is a Professional Chartered Financial Consultant, published author, public speaker, and president of the St. Monica’s Daughter of the King (DOK) chapter.

Church Mall

Not unlike moving from a single-family home to an apartment complex, freedom from building maintenance and new neighbors allows St. Mark’s, New Britain to put less energy into a community building and more energy into building community.

Flexible space defined by local art at Seabury

With the collaborative effort of the Rev. Rowena Kemp, architect Duo Dickinson, the Rev. Puck Purnell, woodworker Tom Leary, and the administrative team and one resident at Seabury, four hanging quilted tapestries were installed within a year.