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Episcopal Village Mission Event - Boston

Episcopal Village

Saturday, March 5, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)

Episcopal Village Mission Event - Boston

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Diocese of Massachusetts Registrant
Online registration is now closed. Register at the door with cash or check payable to the Diocese of Massachusetts.
Ended $35.00 $0.00
Regular Registration - EPV Event (Sat. March 5)
Online Registration is closed. Register at the door. Cash or check payable to the Diocese of Massachusetts.
Ended $40.00 $0.00
PreCon Lunch & Mission Conversation with Fr. Ian Mobsby (Friday, March 4 at EDS)
Online registration is now ended. Register onsite at EDS Washburn Lounge adjacent to the EDS Cafeteria. PreCon lunch & conversation.with Fr. Ian Mobsby of Moot Community in London. Location: Episcopal Divinity School's Washburn Lounge, adjacent to the EDSCafeteria. EDS Campus Map
Ended $35.00 $0.00
Episcopal Seminarians
Online Registration is now closed. Please register at the door. Cash or check payable to the Diocese of Massachusetts.
Ended $25.00 $2.37

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Stephanie Spellers, Lead Organizer, The Crossing, Boston

Ian Mobsby, and ArchBishops Missioner for Fresh Expressions, author, and priest missioner of Moot, London,  (EPV Boston Keynoter).

Tom Brackett, Program Officer for Church Planting and Redevelopment for the Episcopal Church

Becky Garrison, journalist and author (Jesus Died for This and Starting from Zero with $0)

Karen Ward, Director of Episcopal Village and Vicar of Church of the Apostles, Seattle

Ancient wisdom proclaims: 'It takes a whole village to raise a child'.                 What if the same wisdom was applied to the Church?                     

What if we cultivated 'mission shaped dioceses' across the Episcopal Church (and the Anglican Church in Canada), started new and fresh expressions of church and raised up 'pioneer missioners' in each diocese to help lead us in mission within the 'great emergence'? - Episcopal Village as a network, community and events, cultivates and resources 'a village approach' to emerging mission.

Brian McLaren says about Episcopal Village (EpV):

It's interesting to imagine how differently history would have unfolded if John Wesley and the Methodist movement had been welcomed and given space for needed long-term innovation within the Anglican communion. The Episcopal Church in the USA, by wisely and courageously charting a path of breadth and inclusion in recent years, is well-placed for a kind of historical "do-over" now, at this "kairos" moment. In the coming years, hundreds, hopefully many thousands of new faith communities will be born. Could space be created for them, within the great tradition represented by the Episcopal Church, to form, experiment, experiment, innovate, grow, and serve? The EpV could be a catalyst for exactly that sort of possibility to be realized


  • Learn about opportunties for engaging God's mission in today's post-modern and post-Christian culture in North America, as Anglicans! The Anglican heritage, when broken open and given fresh expression' within today's culture, is uniquely able to speak into to the hearts, minds and souls of postmodern seekers.
  • Discover ancient-new ways to engage emerging /fresh expressions of church and mission in your parish and diocese.
  • Explore mission together in community 'peer2peer.' Share your experiences with others and receive training and practical resources for engaging the 'Five Marks of Mission of the Anglican Consultative Council and the Five Strategic Mission Priorities of the Episcopal Church within the Great Emergence': Evangelism/proclaiming the Good News of Christ, Reaching youth and young adults, Leadership for mission, Strengthening congregations, Worship, music and liturgy.
  • Take part in Episcopal Village (EpV) as new missional network and community of support within TEC.

Read about recent EPV events: 

EPV Portland

EPV Baltimore


The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts 

* EPV Boston is the annual Spring Learning Event for Dio Mass

The Cathedral Church of St. Paul and The Crossing

Episcopal Divinity School (EDS).

The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut

Have questions about Episcopal Village Mission Event - Boston? Contact Episcopal Village

When & Where

Cathedral Church of St. Paul
138 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02111

Saturday, March 5, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)

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Episcopal Village

'Episcopal Village'is a mission initiative and community, offering learning events for parishes and leaders engaging emerging/fresh expression church and mission. Online at www.episcopalvillage.org


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Episcopal Village Mission Event - Boston
Boston, MA Events Conference

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