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A Call to Prayer for Immigrants, Refugees, and Government Leaders

   (From the ACNA website) Archbishop Beach issues a call to prayer for our neighbors and our nations. Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, As a province that spans Canada, the United States, and Mexico we face unique challenges on issues affecting refugees and immigration. I am thankful for our congregations that are a part of the Anglican Immigrant Initiati...

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The Rev. John Chol Daau Speaking at Trinity School for Ministry 2/12

A little bit about John-He was born into the Dinka tribe of South Sudan. As a boy, his village was devastated by civil war forcing him and his entire community to flee to refugee camps. Christianity was introduced to John’s village just prior to the start of the war. At that time, the Bible was not yet translated into Dinka, so the tribe relied upon one pastor who ...

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Registration: Engage Training Workshop January 28

  2017 Engage Training Registration  The next Engage training will be held at Christ Church Fox Chapel, on January 28th from 9am-4pm. The Engage program has proven to be an effective means of discipling young people in both small and large churches. Young people are being cared for, they are being encouraged to become leaders, they are learning the Scriptures an...

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Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh Convention 2016: Year In The Life Video

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151st Diocesan Convention Registration

 151st Diocesan Convention St. Stephen’s Church Sewickley, PA November 4 & 5, 2016 “Partners in the Gospel” Pre-Convention Hearings Sunday, October 2nd at 3:00 p.m. at Christ’s Church, Greensburg Thursday, October 6th at 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary of St. Stephen’s, Sewickley Deadline for Dinner Registration & Deputy Registrat...

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Bishop Hobby Consecration and the Bishop Duncan Legacy Video

This is the day the LORD has made;We will rejoice and be glad in it.Psalm 118:24 The Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh joyfully celebrates this day that God has given us. Our new Bishop, James Hobby, will be Consecrated at 10 a.m. at St. Paul Roman Catholic Cathedral. If you can come, please do. Please pray for Bishop Jim and his family! Below is our Bishop Duncan Legacy V...

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Bishop-Elect James Hobby Consecration Registration

Deo Volente GOD WILLING The Most Reverend Dr Foley BeachArchbishop & Primate of theAnglican Church in North Americawill consecrate the Reverend James Lafeyette Hobby Jr Bishop in the Church of God, andBishop of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh Saturday, September 10, AD2016 at 10:00AM St Paul Roman Catholic Cathedral108 N Dithridge Avenue · Pittsburgh,...

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Archbishop Bob and Nara Duncan Farewell Celebration

  To the entire diocesan family and beyond: The Standing Committee invites you to a celebration of the ministry of the Most Rev. Robert and Nara Duncan. On this special day of celebration, we invite every member of the diocese to come and be present as a sign of our gratitude to God for Archbishop Bob & Nara. Solemn Evensong will be held on Saturday, June 18 ...

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Diocesan Members Represent ARDF at 2016 Pittsburgh Marathon

Diocesan Members Represent ARDF at 2016 Pittsburgh Marathon For the third year in a row, members from different congregations in the Diocese participated in the Pittsburgh Marathon to raise money and awareness for the Anglican Relief and Development Fund. What initially started with a five runner relay team out of St. Stephen’s, Sewickley, has grown to include multi...

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The Rev. James Hobby Discerned as Bishop Elect for Diocese of Pittsburgh

   St. Stephen’s Church, Sewickley, PA: Following a five month discernment journey after Archbishop Duncan’s retirement announcement at Diocesan Convention in November, the Rev. James Hobby was elected by a majority of deputies at a Special Convention of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh to serve as the next bishop of Pittsburgh. The election is subj...

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