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How to view two windows simultaneously

Basic instructions if you don’t know how to keep one window open while working in another window. This is a helpful technique if you want to follow along with video tutorials in real-time. Find this and other helpful tutorials at Still having trouble? Email the Rev. Megan Dembi, Missioner for Communications, or call her at ...Read More

Livestream Worship Opportunities

The following churches are offering livestreamed services while worship is suspended. Learn more here. Cathedral Church of the Nativity a landing page with explanations on services is being created Fridays at 6pm (Spanish) Sundays at 10am (English) Sundays at 12:30pm (Spanish) Other offerings throughout the week St. Alban’s, Sinking Spring Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9am Wednesdays & Fridays at ...Read More

Nichols and Barebo Witness Renewed Hope in Kajo Keji

On February 17, Bishop Kevin Nichols and Deacon Charlie Barebo descended from their four-passenger plane in Moyo, Uganda, where they were greeted by Bishop Emmanuel Murye Modi and other representatives from the Diocese of Kajo Keji. It was a bittersweet moment. A 13-year partnership between the Dioceses of Bethlehem and Kajo Keji, dubbed “New Hope,” ...Read More

Bishop Nichols and the Rev. Barebo to Visit Kajo Keji

Bishop Kevin D. Nichols and the Rev. Charlie Barebo will be visiting the Diocese of Kajo Keji, South Sudan later this month. “It’s a privilege to be able to see the partnership that has been forged between our dioceses over many years,” said Nichols. “I’m looking forward to building new relationships with Bishop Emmanuel and ...Read More

2020 Congregational Development Grants Awarded

Each year Congregational Development Grants are awarded to multiple parishes in the diocese. The goal of the grants is to assist congregations which are actively engaged with the diocesan vision of collaboration, connection, and adaptive change. “We want to live out our passions in a way that is life-giving,” said Bishop Kevin D. Nichols. “We’re ...Read More