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[Morristown Green] In a Father’s Day outing that could have been dubbed the Cicada Run, members of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church and the wider community participated in a walk and “fun run” at Lewis Morris Park on June 16 to raise funds for the church’s youth group summer mission trip to Topsail, N.C. A portion of the funds also will benefit Abdulai’s Project, which builds homes in remote areas of Sierra Leone.

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[MorristownPatch] While many are out shopping for Father’s Day gifts, some have a dad that’s charitable or into fitness. If that’s the case, this upcoming Father’s day Fun Walk/Run would be perfect.

Morristown’s St. Peter's Episcopal Church Youth Group, along with the church’s Men’s Bible Study Group, are hosting the fun run on Sunday to benefit the youth group’s upcoming mission trip to Top Sail in North Carolina.

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On June 9, 2013, more than 70 members of the diocese were honored with the David P. Hegg II Lifetime Achievement Award at the 17th annual Senior Ministries Evensong, held at Christ Church in East Orange with Canon Gregory A. Jacobs officiating.

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The Rev. Canon Dr. Sandye A. Wilson, rector of St. Andrew & Holy Communion Church in South Orange, has been named one of four recipients of the Union of Black Episcopalians' 2013 humanitarian and honors awards.

Greetings everyone! Now that the day of Pentecost has come and gone and I begin to settle into the position of Coordinator for Missional Church Strategy, I thought I would try to articulate some of what I am learning about the "Missional movement" and what I see as I contemplate and dream of the future of this diocese with regard to being missional.

[Randolph Reporter] Thanks to the Kiwanis Club of Randolph, the Randolph Township schools, and Dover High School, some moms will breathe a sigh of relief because their infants will be fed and clothed in the month of May.

Bonnie Hodge, President and Dee Rincon, Young Child Priority One Chair of the Kiwanis Club of Randolph, came up with the idea to help women and their infants when they learned about North Porch Women and Infants’ Center in January.

[Morristown Green] Military servicemen participating in a Memorial Day salute to fallen soldiers at the statue in front of the reflecting pool at the Vail Mansion in Morristown on Monday crossed South Street to visit the new “peace train” on the lawn of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.

[Warren Reporter] School is out and the sound of children’s boisterous fun fills our neighborhoods. You may not notice another sound that begins as a rumble and then moves to a loud growl. This is the sound of a hungry child.

[The Jersey Journal] The Jubilee Center of Hoboken began its 10-year anniversary celebration Friday morning with the unveiling of new bricks for the commemorative walkway around the building at Jackson and Sixth streets.

The event was one of several that will take place this year to celebrate 10 years of success for the center. The Jubilee Center is a project of All Saints Community Service and Development Corporation [which was created in 1995 by All Saints' Episcopal Parish in Hoboken - ed. note].