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Greetings all UBE members.  The summer break is over and it is back to work for the chapter. We need all members to attend the first meeting of this 2022-2023 year. Our mission increases daily to reach out and reconnect. We will focus on plans to submit to The Diocese for consideration and The Tallahassee...
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of The Reverend Canon Nelson Wardell Pinder. Our beloved friend and past Rector of St. Philip’s Episcopal Church. Canon Pinder passed away, Sunday, July 10, 2022.  Father of all, we pray to you for The Reverend Canon Nelson W. Pinder, and for all those whom we love but see no longer. Grant to...
During the Union of Black Episcopalians 54th Annual Business Meeting and Conference held in Baltimore from July 4-6, 2022, the Union of Black Episcopalians installed the National Executive Committee Officers who had been elected by the membership on June 18, 2022.  James Pierce was elected as our Second Vice President to our National UBE Executive...
10/21/2021 14:09:50 Written by Alma Flowers On behalf of the UBE The UBE is sponsoring a ZOOM Health Fair, Saturday October 30, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM The Zoom information is below. Topic: FORGOTTEN ILLNESSES Speakers and Topics: Ann Gayle Hypertension Laurie Johnson Diabetes Alma Flowers RDS (Respiratory Disease Syndrome) Mayruth Importance of...
9/9/2021 14:20:53 Written by Barbara J Lee On behalf of the UBE This Sunday, September 12, we will celebrate the life and legacy of our notable saint, The Reverend Alexander Crummell. This Sunday is also designated as UBE Sunday to commemorate the racial justice ministry of this organization which was an outgrowth of the Rev....
9/2/2021 13:57:44 Written by Barbara J Lee On behalf of the UBE On Sunday, September 12, during our Sunday Liturgy, we will celebrate the life and legacy of our notable saint, The Reverend Alexander Crummell. We also designate this day as UBE Sunday to commemorate the racial justice ministry of this organization which was an...