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Fri, Oct. 7 - Sun, Oct. 9, 2022

* Please plan to arrive Thursday evening as we will start at 9 am on Friday morning*

Cody, Wyoming

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Plenary Speaker, Business, ERD Raffle, Hotel Information

56th Diocesan Convention
(Cody Cattle Company)

Convention Theme & Guest Speaker

SACRED HARMONY

We will be focusing on cultivating a “sacred harmony” between all peoples and with the earth, with the objective of helping us more fully participate in the healing of our world and fostering spiritual wholeness among all peoples. We will be learning from the wisdom of Celtic spirituality to help us embrace the interconnectedness of the Sacred, the natural world, and one another, and seeing everything on the earth as living in relationship.

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Plenary Speaker
JOHN PHILIP NEWELL

Guests: Attending the 3 John Philip Newell sessions (1 on Friday at 11:30 am, and 2 on Saturday, 8:30am and 1:15pm) =  $75______ (This is if you will ONLY attend to hear John Philip Newell and not the full convention- This will include lunch & dinner on Friday and lunch on Saturday.)

 

John Philip Newell is a Celtic teacher and author of spirituality who calls the modern world to reawaken to the sacredness of the earth and every human being. Canadian by birth, and a citizen also of Scotland, he resides with his family in Edinburgh and works on both sides of the Atlantic. In 2016 he began the School of Earth and Soul (originally called the School of Celtic Consciousness) and teaches regularly in the United States and Canada as well as leading international pilgrimage weeks on Iona in the Western Isles of Scotland. His PhD is from the University of Edinburgh and he has authored over fifteen books, including A New Ancient Harmony, Sounds of the Eternal, The Rebirthing of God, and his latest major publication Sacred Earth Sacred Soul.

Newell speaks of himself as “a wandering teacher” following the ancient path of many lone teachers before him in the Celtic world, “wandering Scots” (or scotus vagans as they were called) seeking the wellbeing of the world. He has been described as having “the heart of a Celtic bard and the mind of a Celtic scholar,” combining in his teachings the poetic and the intellectual, the head as well as the heart, and spiritual awareness as well as political and ecological concern. His writings have been translated into seven languages.

For more information on John Philip Newell, see www.earthandsoul.org/john-philip-newell

Hotel Information

*** Please plan to arrive Thursday evening as we will start at 9 am on Friday morning***

1701 Sheridan Ave

$149.00 per night

" Episcopal Church" - Group Code

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1601 Sheridan Ave

$129.00 per night

"Episcopal Church"- Group Code

8 Southfork Road

$139.00 per night

"CEC"- Group Code

Online - Enter location (Cody), dates of stay, and room occupancy. Click on "special rates" and enter your group code. Then, simply proceed with the booking as usual.

1601 8th Street

$100 King

$96 Two Queens

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Business
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Committee Openings

If you would like to be in the running for any position, please send a recent photograph along with your name, congregation, position sought and the skills and traits you bring to the position to the Episcopal Church in Wyoming, or email Jessica@episcopalwy.org by October 1, 2022.

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Resolutions

The proposed resolution is regarding a proposed change to our Canon 3, Section 2, which is about determining the number of lay delegates a church is entitled according to a certain ASA count.

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2021 Business Meeting Minutes

Please read and review the minutes from last years annual business meeting. We will ask for an approval vote on Saturday during the business meeting.

Candidates

Click name to read bio.

Foundation Annual Meeting
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Annual Meeting Minutes

Please read and review the minutes from the Annual Meeting of the Members for the Foundation.

 
Raffle for Episcopal Relief & Development

Buy your raffle ticket supporting humanitarian response to the crisis in Ukraine.

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In lieu of our auction for Episcopal Relief & Development (ERD) we are selling $10.00 raffle tickets for:

  • Whole Bison - including processing

  • Pilgrimage for 1 to Egypt in 2023, with the Wyoming Clergy and led by Bishop Paul-Gordon Chandler

  • Registration for 2 at the Wyoming School for Earth and Soul w/ John Philip Newell

 

Purchase your tickets online today!