• RSS Southeastern Pennsylvania Synod, ELCA Articles

    • Protected: Test post January 25, 2021
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    • Seeking Unity and Justice January 18, 2021
      The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (Jan. 18- 25) whose cry for unity is “That they all may be one” John 17:21 and whose theme this year is: “Abide […]
    • Bishop Davenport Offers Prayer for Our Nation January 18, 2021
      Greetings Beloved, As we prepare in our nation’s capital for the historic inauguration of Joe Biden, as our 46th president, and Kamala Harris as our first African America-South Asian American […]
    • Bishop Eaton Offers Prayer for Our Nation January 15, 2021
      As we reflect on the events at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and look toward the inauguration, and share concern about possible violence at our state and national capitols, Presiding […]
    • Synod bids farewell to Mercedes Lee January 14, 2021
      We’re both delighted and sad to announce that Ms. Mercedes Lee, coordinator for congregational vitality, will be leaving the staff on January 15 for a position with the University of […]
    • Bishop Extends Recommendation for No In-person Worship January 5, 2021
      Greetings, Beloved! As we enter this new year 2021, I am writing to extend my strong recommendation that congregations do not offer in-person worship until further notice. My recommendation, made […]
    • Positions to be Elected at Assembly December 15, 2020
      Nominations Needed for Synodical Positions The SEPA Synod’s Nominating Committee is currently looking for help as we seek to raise up new leaders from across our synod. We are looking for […]
    • Guidelines for Virtual Congregational Meetings December 9, 2020
      A number of congregations have requested guidance on holding meetings remotely using teleconferencing or virtual technology during the current pandemic. Rev. Secretary Karl Richard has created a document that attempts […]
    • Pandemic Help: Do you need volunteers, or can you offer help? December 9, 2020
      The pandemic continues to take its health and economic toll on many. With eviction moratoriums and other public benefits ending on December 31, 2020, there will be a spike in […]
    • Bishop’s Letter Regarding Latest COVID Spike November 17, 2020
      Nov 17 2020    Greetings, Beloved,   “Rejoice in hope, be patient in suffering, persevere in prayer.”   Romans 12:12   Right now, new cases of COVID-19, positive test rates, and hospitalizations are […]