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New Communications Platform

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

The Diocese is embarking on an exciting initiative that will enhance our ability to communicate with you, our parish partners, as well as with the community at large. We have developed a partnership with Episcopal SeniorLife Communities (ESLC) to help us build a foundation for our communication program.

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Wildlife Habitat Certified at Church

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Democrat & Chronicle; 7/24/2011 HILTON — For the first time in Monroe County, a place of worship has a portion of its property certified as a National Wildlife Habitat.

St. George\'s Episcopal Church now hosts bluebirds, deer, rodents and other many-legged friends on its 10 acres off Old Wilder Road — where just a few years ago senior housing was proposed.

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Marriage Equality Statement

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Statement from The Rt. Rev. Prince G. Singh, Bishop of Rochester, and the Task Force on Marriage Equality

As we approach the implementation of the Marriage Equality Act, we rejoice in the extension of civil rights to same-sex couples in New York. We believe this extension to be fully consonant with the Good News of God in Jesus Christ proclaimed by the church.

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Living our Friendship, Passing on the Key

Monday, April 11, 2011

Event:       Church Women United of Rochester’s May Friendship Day

“Living Our Friendship, Passing On The Key”

Dinner and Worship Program featuring speaker Dr. Estella Norwood Evans

of Mt. Olivet Baptist Church.

Date/Time:      Friday, May 6, 2011

                        5:30 pm Registration, 6:00 Light Supper, Program Begins at 7:00

 

Location:         United Church of Pittsford

123 S. Main Street, Pittsford 14534

 

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Reclaiming Beauty for the Good of the World

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Nazareth College, Rochester, NY 

Center for Interfaith Studies and Dialogue (CISD) Presents 

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Tales out of School 9 Part 3

Monday, February 28, 2011

One of the tutors in the Adopt-a-Classroom program recently told me about a student who has a special place in his heart and memory, and I realized that experience is probably common among the tutors. It certainly rang true for me.

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