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Bishop Njoroge’s Father Home with the Lord

CEC Kenya, CEC News, Charismatic Episcopal Church November 22, 2009 at 8:47 am Comments are Disabled

With great sadness we received news today about the passing of Bishop Bernard Njoroge’s father, Mr. Daniel Kariuki Njoroge. Mr. Njoroge was born in 1922. He knew and loved Jesus Christ, his Savior. Please keep the Njoroge family in your prayers. The Most Reverend Bernard Njoroge is the ICCEC’s BishopRead More

Southeast Council Members Visit Bishop Holloway and Family

Southeast Council Members Visit Bishop Holloway and Family

CEC News November 19, 2009 at 4:32 pm Comments are Disabled

Several members of the Southeast Provincial Council traveled to Thomaston, GA to visit with Bishop John, Elaine, Josiah, and Hannah Holloway on Sunday evening, November 15. Meeting in Sharpsburg, GA for the quarterly meeting, the council members traveled the 55 miles to Thomaston to spend time with the bishop andRead More

OFP Celebrates Second Anniversary

OFP Celebrates Second Anniversary

CEC News, Charismatic Episcopal Church November 19, 2009 at 4:27 pm Comments are Disabled

The Order of Franciscan Penitents, a religious Order in the Charismatic Episcopal Church, celebrated its second anniversary on November 17, 2009. The Order was instituted by the Most Rev. Michael Davidson, Bishop of the Central Province, on November 17 of 2007. Seven persons, three priests and four lay persons, madeRead More

James Taylor Receives Doctor of Pastoral Counseling Degree

James Taylor Receives Doctor of Pastoral Counseling Degree

CEC News November 18, 2009 at 10:28 am Comments are Disabled

James Taylor, Peachtree City, recently received a Doctor of Pastoral Counseling degree from Andersonville Theological Seminary. Taylor is a chaplain with the Peachtree City Police Department and also serves as a chaplain for Piedmont Fayette Hospital. He is a member of The Cathedral of Christ the King, Sharpsburg, GA andRead More

CEC priest trains Ministers to the Sick

CEC priest trains Ministers to the Sick

CEC News, Charismatic Episcopal Church November 14, 2009 at 7:26 pm Comments are Disabled

Each year at the Eisenhower Medical Center, an American top 100 hospital in Rancho Mirage, California, a pastoral care training program entitled “Introduction to Hospital Ministry” is provided both for candidates wishing to join the Pastoral Services program at the hospital, as well as faith community representatives who provide outreachRead More

Chaplain Candidate Program

Chaplain Candidate Program

CEC News November 12, 2009 at 4:42 pm Comments are Disabled

Fr. Rian Adams being sworn in — currently stationed at Ft. Hood, TX If you are enrolled in an accredited seminary or graduate school in a program leading to a Master of Divinity degree, you may qualify for the military’s Chaplain Candidate Program. The benefits of this program allows youRead More

Diocese of the West Holds Clergy Conference

Diocese of the West Holds Clergy Conference

CEC News, Charismatic Episcopal Church November 11, 2009 at 12:02 pm Comments are Disabled

At our semi-annual Convocation, September 24 – 26 which was held this year at St. Paul’s Charismatic Episcopal Church in Henderson, NV. The Diocese of the West was very honored to have Archbishop Craig Bates as our guest. Along with some very profound and meaningful teaching from Abp. Bates, thereRead More

Reflections from a Ft. Hood Chaplain

CEC News, Charismatic Episcopal Church November 10, 2009 at 8:10 am Comments are Disabled

Father David Fell is a priest in the Charismatic Episcopal Church who is serving as a Chaplain (Captain) in the US Army with the III Corps/Ft. Hood Spiritual Fitness Center. He has completed two combat tours in Iraq with the 4th Infantry Division. Fr. David’s service has been distinguished withRead More

Patriarch Visits Estonia

Patriarch Visits Estonia

CEC News November 9, 2009 at 2:43 pm Comments are Disabled

Archbishop Bates, Dcn. Janek Tamme, Fr. Thomas Eriste Estonia is part of the Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania). For many decades the people of Estonia have suffered decades of oppression. During World War II Estonia was first annexed to the Soviet Union, and then later was occupied by theRead More

Sign up now for pilgrimage to Israel

CEC News November 9, 2009 at 11:51 am Comments are Disabled

The Pilgrimage with the Patriarch to Israel is open to all members of the ICCEC, family and friends. The deadline for a deposit for the March Pilgrimage to Israel is fast approaching. Check the link on CEChome.com The Pilgrimage is open to all members of the International Communion of theRead More

Fraudulent Email Appeal

CEC Communications, CEC misc. November 8, 2009 at 3:23 pm Comments are Disabled

Unfortunately Hellen Njoroge, wife of Bishop Bernard Njoroge or Kenya, had an e-mail account compromised, and a message was sent under her name requesting funds to many people in the CEC. The request did not come from Mrs. Njoroge and it is not legitimate. We have confirmed this with BishopRead More

John Nitterauer Releases Worship CD

John Nitterauer Releases Worship CD

CEC News, Charismatic Episcopal Church November 7, 2009 at 10:37 am Comments are Disabled

John Nitterauer, music minister at the Church of the Resurrection, Asheville, NC, has released a new CD. “I had some unexpected time off last summer and the Lord told me that I was always complaining to Him about all of these original songs I had in my head, with noRead More

Appalachian Christmas Mission

CEC News, Charismatic Episcopal Church November 6, 2009 at 10:36 am Comments are Disabled

Article by Luanne Allen Canton, GA Christ the Redeemer is partnering with over 20 churches in our area through Praise Ministries International to help create a Christmas for the people of Booneville, Kentucky. This county is the third poorest in the United States, where the unemployment rate is 47 percent.Read More

Bishop Ngusa Visits Church of the Reconciler

Bishop Ngusa Visits Church of the Reconciler

CEC News, Charismatic Episcopal Church November 5, 2009 at 6:20 am Comments are Disabled

On Sunday November 1, the Church of the Reconciler in Fairfield, Alabama was treated to one of the extraordinary gifts in our communion — a visit from Bishop Moses Meeli Ngusa and his wonderful wife Agnes, who are members of the Masai tribe in Kenya. They both ministered to theRead More

Northeast Diocese Holds Clergy Conference

Northeast Diocese Holds Clergy Conference

CEC News, Charismatic Episcopal Church November 4, 2009 at 6:19 pm Comments are Disabled

The Diocese of the Northeast held the fall clergy conference October 29 and 30 in the beautiful New England City of Portland, Maine. The conference was for clergy and seminarians and their wives. About 75 people attended the conference held in a Holiday Inn conference room that was converted intoRead More