It would be a shame to miss this musical performance of the Tapestry Singers of Connecticut at the Kateri Med Benefit Dinner.
Leaving a legacy is an important part of any life. A legacy reflects a life lived with purpose.
What does it mean to leave a legacy? It means putting a stamp on the future, and making a contribution to future generations. People want to leave a legacy because they want to feel that their life mattered.
We met Bishop Markus in 2016 at Jakaranda retreat center where he was one of the speakers during a clergy conference for the diocese of Kaduna. During this time we had extensive discussions with him about how we might develop a partnership.
Traditional Choir at St. Stephen's Anglican Church in Kafanchan, Nigeria.
At St. Stephen's Anglican Church in Kafanchan, Nigeria. Father Tom Furrer, preaching on the power of hope.
Cutting the ribbon at the dedication of the renovated school building. Elaine Chagnon, representing AEP (African Educational Partnership) which raised the funds for the renovation.
In addition to our international partners, we have many local churches (small and large) who have helped to support us over many years. We are very grateful for these partners in our work.
First Congregational Church, East Hartland, Connecticut
South Congregational Church, Granby, Connecticut
First Cathedral, Bloomfield, Connecticut
Trinity Episcopal Church, Tariffville, Connecticut
St. David’s Episcopal Church, Gales Ferry, Connecticut
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Niantic, Connecticut
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, South Windsor, Connecticut
Christ Church Cathedral, Hartford, Connecticut
Grace Episcopal Church, Old Saybrook, Connecticut
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Huntington, Connecticut
Christ and Epiphany Episcopal Church, East Haven, Connecticut
Trinity Episcopal Church, Wethersfield, Connecticut
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Litchfield, Connecticut
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Akron, Ohio