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Episcopal Relief & Development - update:    ST&G has a long history of making donations to ERD annually, and whenever there are significant natural disasters such as the recent hurricanes and wildfires.   These donations are not part of the parish budget - they represent additional contributions by parish members or proceeds from fundraisers.   Treasurer Ken Brown says he has nearly $500 in hand but would like the donation to be larger if possible.     Please send your donations to Ken at the church address below - or email/call him to make other arrangements (kennethbrown@myfairpoint.net, 802-247-3194).   If you have already donated to ERD directly online or via email, it would be helpful to tell Ken so that he can report to Vestry the total number (not amount) of donations to ERD from parish members.

Reopening Announcement

The Restart Committee at St Thomas and Grace (Rena, Missey, Bob, and Rachel with consultation from Beate) has received approval for our Phase 3 Reopening Plan which allows for outdoor worship and activities and for some limited uses of the building.

Monthly Silent Prayer Vigils

On Sunday, June 7, 2020, members and friends of St. Thomas & Grace  Episcopal Church participated first of what has become monthly silent prayer vigils as a  public witness against racism.    From 1:00-1:30 pm participants stand quietly in front of the St. Thomas Church building on Route 7 holding signs that proclaimed Racism is Sin and similar messages.   This event is part of a statewide effort publicized by the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont and involving many faith communities  around the state.   About 15-20 members and friends continue in this public witness on first Sundays.

RACISM IS SIN

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GOD IS LOVE

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 BLACK LIVES MATTER

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