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Come hang out anytime in the House, and participate in fun activities and fellowship opportunities.  From time to time we will go to the movies, or a play, or take a trip into the city to visit a museum or the National Cathedral.  Click here to learn about some of our past special events.

During Spring Break 2010, we took a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral and London, England, where we visited Westminster Abbey, St. Martin's in the Field, St. Paul's Cathedral, and the Temple Church--as well as other sights, such as the Tower of London and the National Gallery.  Below are a few photos from our trip.  More information and photos can be found here.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 20 March 2015 15:26
 

Episcopal New Service

  • Atlanta bishop greets immigrants, encourages the homeless on Ash Wednesday
    [Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta] Episcopal Bishop Robert C. Wright spent Ash Wednesday greeting immigrants and encouraging people experiencing homelessness. Wright began the day welcoming new immigrants prior to a naturalization ceremony at the Georgia State Capitol. The New Americans Celebration #NAC16 also included many naturalized citizens assisted by New American Pathways, an Atlanta-based affiliate of […]
  • Bringing church to the people: Ashes, ashes everywhere
    [Episcopal News Service] Increasingly, there is “Ashes to Go,” ‘Smudge and Run,” “Drive-through Ashes,” “Ashes on the Fly,” and now, “Lent in a Bag,” as all sorts of churches — Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist — are moving the centuries-old Ash Wednesday observance beyond church walls. The Rev. Donna S. Mote, Episcopal chaplain at the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International […]
  • Presiding Bishop addresses National Press Club on creating a more inclusive society
    [Episcopal News Service – Washington, D.C.] “We shall either learn to live together … or perish together as fools,” Presiding Bishop Michael Curry began a Feb. 8 address to members and guests of the National Press Club. The words, spoken by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. during a 1964 speech in St. Louis, Missouri, […]

Anglican Communion News

  • Prince of Wales visits London church in celebration of community cohesion
    A London church at the heart of one of Britain’s most diverse multicultural communities has this afternoon been visited by the Prince of Wales. Prince Charles made the lunchtime visit to St John’s Church, Southall, in the London Borough of Ealing, to meet members of the town’s faiths forum and to see a little of the community work of the church.
  • Judeo-Christian values replaced with golden calf of the self
    The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in America, the Most Revd Michael Curry, has said that the replacement of Judeo-Christian values with the “idol of the self” is a “formula for human self-destruction” and said that the love of God was about the “sacrifice of self-centred interest for the good of the other.”
  • Gambella: life returning to normal
    Life in the Gambella region of southern Ethiopia is getting back to normal after a recent surge in tribal tensions. Bishop Grant LeMarquand, an area bishop in the diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa, says that “buses have started running, banks and shops are open again” but he asks for continued prayers for the region.