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  • Alban Institute

    A not-for-profit institution near Washington D.C. that offers seminars and workshops for congregational leaders both clergy and laity on topics such as congregational transformation, planning, and leadership. Offers consultations on congregational and organizational transformation. Publishes books on these topics, and Congregations magazine.Alban Institute

  • Anglican Communion

    The worldwide Anglican Communion is a network of autonomous churches in 65 countries sharing a common tradition in the liturgy of the word and table, Scripture and sacraments, and the ordering of ministry.Anglican Communion

  • Anglican Communion Provinces

    The Anglican Communion is a network of 38 autonomous provinces and six extra provincial churches and dioceses located in 165 nations around the world. The member provinces and churches are bound together through their relationship with the Church of England and the Archbishop of Canterbury, and their common experience and heritage expressed in their ecclesiology, liturgy and polity.Anglican Communion Provinces

  • Anglican Consulative Council

    The role of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) is to facilitate the co-operative work of the churches of the Anglican Communion, exchange information between the Provinces and churches, and help to co-ordinate common action. It advises on the organisation and structures of the Communion, and seeks to develop common policies with respect to the world mission of the Church, including ecumenical mattersAnglican Consulative Council

  • Anglican Cycle of Prayer

    The voice of prayer is never silent in an international Communion of 44 provinces. The Anglican Cycle of Prayer encourages mutual responsibility and inter-dependence in the body of Christ through prayer on a daily basis. The prayer intentions are often incorporated in parish or diocesan prayer cycles.Anglican Cycle of Prayer

  • Archbishop of Canterbury

    The Archbishop of Canterbury is primate of the Church of England and spiritual leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Archbishop of Canterbury

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  • Baptism

    Baptism is the rite in which candidates are initiated into the church. Candidates are brought into Christ's Body, the Church, through administration of water and the invocation of the Holy Spirit. God establishes an indissoluble bond with each person in baptism. God adopts us, making us members of the church and inheritors of the Kingdom of God.Baptism

  • Baptismal Covenant

    The series of affirmations in question and answer format made by candidates for baptism and the congregation. The covenant is part of the rite of baptism and of confirmation, and is used on other occasions in which the congregation is invited to renew their affirmation of faith.Baptismal Covenant

  • Book of Common Prayer

    The Book of Common Prayer is the collection of worship services that all worshipers in an Anglican church follow. It'€™s called a€œ common prayer€ because we all pray it together, around the world. The first Book of Common Prayer was compiled in English by Thomas Cranmer in the 16th Century, and since then has undergone many revisions for different times and places. The Episcopal Church's Book of Common Prayer was last revised in 1979 and is the primary authority on the conduct of the church's worship. Book of Common Prayer

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  • Camp Webb

    Camp Webb is an outdoor ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee. Everyone who comes to Camp Webb is given the opportunity to learn more about themselves and others, to discover more about the Episcopal Church, to develop a greater spiritual awareness, and to encounter Christ through living and learning in God’s creation. Camp Webb

Upcoming Events

Jul
4

Commission on Mission and Development

First Tuesday of the month, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Jul
12

Finance Committee Meeting

Second Wednesday of the month, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Jul
13

Executive Council conference call

Thursday, July 13, 2017, 12:00 AM

Sep
16

Executive Council meeting

Saturday, September 16, 2017, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM