EYE17 – Episcopal Youth Event – Oklahoma

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Did you hear about EYE17, the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event, which will welcome more than 1,300 youth, adult mentors, workshop leaders, speakers and volunteers from across the Episcopal Church to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from July 10-14? EYE17 is being held in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma July 10-14 on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond.

The theme of EYE17 is Path to Peace is grounded in the Beatitudes as found in Matthew’s Gospel and is intended to serve as a call for participants to focus on peacemaking and the ways each member of the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement can pursue a path to peace. They have posted some wonderful photos and video on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/episcopalian/ and Twitter @EpiscoYouth. Check it out!

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Detail of "The Beatitudes Sermon," painted by James Tissot, circa 1890
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