Headlines

  • Responding to Ebola Crisis in Sierra Leone and Liberia
    Episcopal Relief & Development is working with the Anglican Diocese of Bo in Sierra Leone and the Episcopal Church of Liberia in response to the Ebola epidemic that has killed hundreds of people since the current outbreak began in March…
  • Are you following the Taskforce for Reimagining the Episcopal Church?
    The deadline for the final report from the Taskforce to the General Convention is in December.  Have you been engaged in the process?  If you have not had the opportunity to hear the items which have been raised you can learn more and watch…
  • Province V Announces Grant Process for 2015 Cycle
    The Province V Executive Board continues to be inspired and encouraged by the many wonderful ministries happening in our provincial dioceses!  The primary purpose of Province V is to support relationships which facilitate dioceses’ ability…

Events

Synod 2015

Mark your calendars for April 17-18, 2015, a Friday/Saturday, meeting near Chicago's O'Hare Airport. Province V holds its Synods every three years, in the spring prior to the General Convention. This year the Synod will have important work to do including the election of new officers and a lay representative to the Executive Council.

Orientation for General Convention

Saturday, May 30, 2015 has been approved for our General Convention Orientation workshop. The workshop will be a web broadcast to each diocese from a central location, allowing dioceses to have more of their deputies present. This will be especially important for this convention as many procedural changes are being made – not the least of which is going completely paperless. More details will be given as 2015 begins.

General Convention

Dates have been set for the 78th General Convention of The Episcopal Church, in 2015. It will be Thursday, June 25 to Friday, July 3 at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City in the Diocese of Utah.

Experience the Living Waters

Province V covers Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, eastern Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin: 14 dioceses, 844 congregations, 220,000 lay persons and clergy.

Each diocese is bordered by at least one body of living water; the great American rivers, the Great Lakes, and myriad smaller bodies. The image of Living Water, baptismal waters, continues to shape our relationships and ministry.