The Peace is the official publication of the Episcopal Diocese of West Tennessee.
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Read past issues:
West Tennessee Addiction Recovery Commission offers hope, acceptance, and community; Church of the Holy Trinity creatively responds to Alabama Church Tragedy; Casey Jordan grows faith, funds for Ukraine; Diocese plans to celebrate 40th anniversary with special fall events; Reflecting on a Second Home: The Barth House; Faithfully Memphis launches new series, “Behold It Unveiled”; Delegation Report from GC80; Diocese prioritizes community engagement; Jeane Chapman appointed Diocesan Small Church Consultant; GSL Episcopal School Celebrates 75th Anniversary; On Doing God’s Work: A Reflection from Janie Morris
The Journey of Light at Saint John’s; Grace Episcopal Church leads ecumenical storm relief efforts; A conversation with Bishop Mark Edington of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe; Diocesan EYC gatherings inspire togetherness, stability; Lessons from a semester at the Barth House; Nurturing the Next Generation on Faithfully Memphis, West Tennessee representation at 80th General Convention; St. Columba: the hidden gem of our diocese; Reflection from the Reverend Deacon Randy McCloy: COVID, the church, and the hospital
Interview with Master Gardeners Laurie and Tom Rieman; St. Thomas the Apostle expands blessing box ministry in Humboldt; West Tennessee Episcopalians to serve churchwide TEC roles; The 2021 Laymen’s Conference; Give St. Columba the gift of certainty; Faithfully Memphis extends spirit of welcome to ears across West Tennessee; Barth House returns to University of Memphis after 10 years; Education for Ministry; Reflection from the Venerable Mimsy Jones: Aloha, Pentecost