Flourish in Faith
Saturday, June 15, 9:15 am-3 pm
St. John's Church, Ellicott City
$15 per person, includes lunch
We invite members of stewardship and planned giving committees, members of vestries, and any interested parishioners to join Bishop John Rabb, the Rev. Laurel Johnston, program officer for stewardship in the Episcopal Church, and Mr. Ken Quigley, vice president of the Episcopal Church Foundation, for our annual stewardship and planned giving conference.
Diocese of Maryland Day
Saturday, June 1, 4:05 p.m.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore
$6 per ticket
Enjoy an afternoon of baseball, fellowship and old-fashioned fun at the Yards with friends, neighbors and church members. Tickets now on sale for our 5th annual diocesan baseball outing. Hear members of St. Philip's Church (Annapolis) choir sing the National Anthem. There are 1,200 tickets available for our group. Designate an Orioles Game Leader, download this Order Form and reserve your group's seats. Order your tickets from the Orioles by May 24 to ensure mail delivery..
The church or ministry that brings the largest group (as a percentage of ASA) will represent the Church on field to receive our Heavy Hitter Award.!
You MUST use this Order Form (Adobe PDF) to order your tickets. Order your tickets from the Orioles by May 24.
May, 3-4, 2013
The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute, Linthicum, MD
Diocesan Convention is a time when representatives from around our diocese gather to share in the polity of the Church, upholding the common mission and ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ. While voting representatives and alternates must preregister and pay to attend Convention, anyone is welcome to attend as an observer for free or to pay the registration fee. Registered attendees receive packets of information, including the Pre-Convention Journal and meals during the two-day meeting.
Visit the Convention Page to learn more.
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