April 11, 2024

April 05, 2024

Welcome to DCOHNow! This is your one-stop-shop for everything happening in the life of the Diocese of Christ Our Hope. A link to DCOHNow will be included in every AnchorLines and posted to our social media accounts periodically. Check back often to stay in the know!

News and Notes

The Diocese of Christ Our Hope is excited about our new partnership with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary to offer a Master of Arts in Christian Ministries! This robust, innovative program is designed to prepare future Anglican clergy and lay leaders for thoughtful ministry in today’s world. Students will be provided an academic foundation, with an Anglican emphasis, in subjects such as Bible and theology, while also being trained in practical areas such as apologetics, pastoral counseling, and church leadership. The degree will be offered at a 40% discount from Gordon-Conwell’s standard tuition rate through their ministry partnership program.

Learn more about the Gordon-Conwell Partnership

Did you know the diocese is hosting a book club? The first Thursday of every month we're studying the Rev. Claude Atcho's book Reading Black Books. Learn more here!

2024 Events

Check out the DCOH Events calendar for 2024! Some events to keep an eye on:

DCOH Book Club: First Thursday of every month

Women's Leadership Development Initiative Monthly Prayer Call: Second Tuesday of every month

Ordinand Retreat: August 16-18, 2024

Convocation and Synod: November 8-9, 2024

Ministry Opportunities in the Diocese of Christ Our Hope

We want to post you open opportunities on our job board. When your church has open positions, please submit them to Anne Hammond with the appropriate links and information so we can get them up online.

Current Openings

Submit an Open Position

Stories of the Lord at Work in the Diocese of Christ Our Hope

We are always looking for stories of how the Lord is working around the Diocese. If you have a story of faithfulness, answered prayer, or some other way God has been working, please contact Rev. Robert Hocutt. We'd love to feature your story in AnchorLines.

Submit a Story

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