Local Episcopal Churches Launch ‘EPIC’ Community Consortium

By on October 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

Several local Episcopal churches have joined together to form the Episcopal Partnership in Community (EPIC), a consortium to host and offer shared events to the local Central Bucks community.

“The high school youth, youth leaders, general members, and rectors of several Central Bucks Episcopal churches engaged in rich conversation over the summer about how we could share resources, create community and grow in faith together,” said the Reverend Nancy Burton Dilliplane, rector of Trinity Buckingham Church.

“Through the new EPIC consortium, each of our parishes will be better able to partner with each other and with our local Central Bucks community, so we can all share together in our programs and ministries — community meals, supporting Code Blue shelters in winter months, youth outings, ‘pub theology’ gatherings, speaker series, engaging with social issues and, of course, our rich array of weekly and Sunday prayer and meditation services.”

The EPIC consortium includes Good Shepherd Hilltown, Family of God Lutheran, Holy Nativity Wrightstown, St. Paul’s Doylestown, St. Philip’s New Hope, Trinity Buckingham and Trinity Solebury.

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