From Western Massachusetts-
The congregations of the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany and Christ the King Lutheran Church will officially join together to become one in the near future.
Rev. Nathaniel Anderson, priest-in-charge for the Episcopal Church and pastor of Christ the King, told Reminder Publications for the past two and a half years he’s led both churches.
During that time, the two congregations have worshiped together on Sundays, completed social ministry with one another, helped raise money for the homeless, hosted feeding programs and concerts and have had joint Christian education, Anderson.
“Really anything that the church does we’ve been doing together the last two and a half years, which is a really positive experience,” he added.
Anderson said before he started as pastor for both churches, they were independent of one another.
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