Dinner in the neighborhood

And now, for something completely different – on Friday, instead of a banquet, we are encouraging people to get out into the neighborhood in small groups and have “Dinner in the Neighborhood.” In addition to a ...

Voting at convention

Voting for offices will be online, so voting clergy and certified delegates should plan to bring a laptop, tablet or smartphone. Links to our online voting site can be found on the convention website (https://d...

Nominations

Convention will elect several people to leadership positions in the diocese. Additional nominations are being received until October 31. A complete lineup of all nominees is listed on the convention website (ht...

Resolutions

R2017-01: In Support of the Abolishment of the Death Penalty in Ohio Resolved, that the Diocese of Southern Ohio reaffirm The Episcopal Church’s longstanding call to put an end to the death penalty, in recogni...

Proposed 2018 budget

The 2018 budget reflects the ministry and mission of the Diocese of Southern Ohio. The task of developing the budget is given to the Budget Committee by Diocesan Council. The committee this year had a good mix ...

Convention 2.0

This year marks our 143th convention. That means we’ve been having conventions since 1875. To put that into perspective, our first convention was held the year before the telephone was patented (1876) and 33...

Fall blessings from Indian Hill Church

Can you believe the schools are already back in session, soccer practice is in full swing and the leaves are beginning to turn shades of yellow and orange? Where did the summer go? With the arrival of autumn, g...

Blessings abound at Trinity, Troy

LABYRINTH BLESSED In the summer of 2015, one of Trinity's youth members working on his Eagle Scout status asked permission to construct a labyrinth at Trinity with the help of volunteers. The project was compl...

Developing lay discernment

If you’re a lay person, do you ever wonder how best to discern what God is calling you to do with your life? If you’re ordained, do you ever wonder how you can help your parishioners see how God is working in t...