St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral welcomes well-known Episcopal theologian Dr. Deirdre Good as guest preacher for the Ascension Day service on Thursday, May 10 at 7 p.m. In addition to featuring a sermon by Dr. Good, the service will include scripture readings, incense, a combined convocation choir, and Holy Eucharist. For more information, click here.
Diocesan Digest: May 2018
Click here to read the Bishop’s Blog from April 27th.
Several Clergy from our Harrisburg and Lancaster Convocations attended the Commonwealth Interfaith Service: Prayers for Justice and Peace to be held on Monday, May 7 at 6:00 p.m. The location was the Beth El Temple, 2637 Front Street, Harrisburg. This was the 10th Anniversary of the Interfaith Service.
All Saints, Selingsgrove On every 1st, 3rd, & 5th Wednesday, except in December, Martha’s Table hosts a FREE community meal in our parish hall. All are invited to dine and socialize with fellow community members in attendance. The dinner is served on a first come, first served basis. Donations are greatly appreciated, but in no […]
To read Bishop Scanlan’s letter and resources for diocesan Clergy, click here.
On Saturday, March 24, St. Stephen’s Cathedral hosted members from across the diocese who came to participate in the Harrisburg, “March for Our Lives” event. For more information, click here.
Interfaith Power & Light (IPL) has awarded Newport’s Episcopal Church of the Nativity and St. Stephen the “Energy Saver” award, one of five awards nationwide in its Cool Congregations Challenge. This challenge awards $1,000 to faith communities for their efforts to address climate change by reducing their carbon footprint, becoming inspirations for their local communities. […]
As adults, we have a responsibility to create and maintain a safe and just society for our children in which to live and work, pray and play. We have failed. And now, it is time for the “little child(ren) to lead us”. (Isaiah 11: 6) God’s mission is of restoring peace and wholeness. Our society […]
Our Bishop has convened a task force, named the Cathedral Study Council, to study the role and function of our Diocesan Cathedral and Pro-Cathedral. This groups charge is to study the historic role of cathedrals, and gather information on the potential future of our cathedrals. You will be asked, in a survey, about your past […]