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newSpin... is an electronic newsletter of information related to the Diocese of Bethlehem, the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion... with some spin, of course, from the editor. To receive it online, about six times monthly, send your email address to Bill Lewellis, blewellis@diobeth.org. Ask for newSpin. If you subscribe to Bethlehem of Pa you already receive newSpin, in addition to many other notes. The newSpin newsletter is available also on our diocesan blog.


Bethlehem of Pa is our interactive diocesan internet list for news, information, opinion and conversation related to the Diocese of Bethlehem, the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. Columns by Barbara Crafton are posted several times weekly. To have your email address joined to the list, send a note to Bill Lewellis, blewellis@diobeth.org. Ask to be added to Bethlehem of Pa. You may receive some 50 notes weekly. If you prefer something less active, ask only for newSpin.

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DioBeth weblogwww.newspin.typepad.com/diobeth_newspin 

DioBethKids www.diobethkids.org is home to AWE Children’s Ministries. This website is for kids and those who work with them and care for children. Find out about the next Bishop’s Day for Kids or nurture event for educators. Download registration forms. Become a child advocate. Explore a wealth of advocacy, worship, education, and faith formation. DioBethKids are AWEsome!

DioBeth Youth Ministries www.lifeistasty.org 

Life is Tasty ... Grab a spoon, bring a friend. A home place for some of the most creative, energetic, hopeful and talented people in the Diocese of Bethlehem - teens! Friends, parents and other adults who care about teens are welcome. Look around, get a taste for who we are and what we're up to and come back often. Life is Tasty ... Grab a spoon, bring a friend.

DioBeth PodcastsYou have several options if you want to hear audio from DioBeth sources: (1) Visit our diocesan weblog, browse through the archives for October, November and December, and listen at your computer. (2) At the same places, you may download the audio to your computer as mp3 files and transfer those files to a portable mp3 player. (3) If you use the iTunes program (a free download), you may search the iTunes store for the “Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem Audioblog” and then subscribe to it. No charge. You may then listen to the DoBeth files on iTunes files at your computer and/or transfer them to your iPod or other mp3 player.

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