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Church Pension Group’s ‘Centennial Conversations’ Begin Dialogue

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

The implications of declines in churchgoing and the aging trend of people who do go to church do not all have to be gloom and doom. Instead, they can prompt Episcopalians to be agents of change in the church and in the world.     

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Bishop's Address / Convention 86

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Welcome to the 86th Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Church in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of Rochester!  Our thoughts and prayers are with every person who has been impacted by calamities across our country and the world.  Read entire Address here...

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Bishop Singh Honored for Aid to Farmworkers

Friday, October 27, 2017

Congratulations are in order for Bishop Prince G. Singh!  The Bishop was honored last night at the Rural & Migrant Ministry Dinner, held at the Temple B'rith Kodesh.  Click this link for the article posted in the Democrat and Chonicle on the event.  

Here is the story written by Rural & Migrant Minitry...

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Discuss How Justice Movements Coordinate

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

RIT Graduate returns to Rochester at the U of R campus for discussion.

 

 

 

 

 

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Jazz, Dessert and Wine!

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

The Friends of Historic Two Saints Inc. is a nonprofit secular organization recently formed for the sole purpose of raising funds for the maintenance and ongoing restoration of a church building named St. Luke & St. Simon Cyrene located at 17 S. Fitzhugh St. in downtown Rochester, NY. The building is the oldest public building still in use in the city of Rochester (1824) and Nathaniel Rochester was a founding member of the congregation. Please join us for a glass of wine, a dessert and a jazz concert to raise money to fix our leaky roof!

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The Soul of Antartica Public Lecture

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

You're invited to a very unique public lecture.  Glenn McClure is a composer and Arts Integration Consultant. He currently serves as an adjunct faculty member at the Eastman School of Music and Visiting Professor at Paul Smith’s College. His compositions have enjoyed a wide audience in the US and abroad. During his recent trip to Antarctica, Glenn used a mathematical conversion process to bring infragravity sound wave data into the hearing range, generating material for music that he hopes to fill concert halls with the messages buried deep in the ice.

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