2011 Presiding Bishop’s Message

We can see the broken places of our world either as complete and utter disaster, or as seedbeds — graves, even — in which God is doing a new thing.

The gift of Easter insists that human beings are capable of divine relationship, for as Athanasius put it, “God became human that human beings might become divine.”

We give thanks for the Resurrection, and we become part of Jesus’ ongoing work, as we become aware of its power in our own lives.

Katharine Jefferts Schori Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church

Bishop Katharine’s words are well spoken, timely, and important to our life of resurrection faith. I invite you to read her entire message: 2011 Easter Message

I invite you, with Bishop Katharine, to “Go, discover, and BE resurrection for the world around you.”

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