Mark Harris is in the house. Or will be soon.

Here's an opportunity to get to know Mark Harris as something more than a blog link.

He will lead "The Matrix and the Compass Rose" workshop at the meeting of The Episcopal Majority on November 3 at St. Columba's Church in northwest D.C. According to Episcopal Majority:

"His session will address the assumptions that have held the Episcopal Church together, how they are changing, and how The Episcopal Majority can help guide the Church through these times."

Mark is a member of the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church and serves on the Standing Commission on World Mission. He was a member of the staff of the Episcopal Church Center for 12 years and has written The Challenge of Change: The Anglican Communion in the Post-Modern Era.

In other TEM news:

David Booth Beers, Chancellor to the Presiding Bishop, will lead the "Legal Issues Confronting Parishes and Dioceses" workshop at the meeting of The Episcopal Majority on November 3 in Washington, D.C. Mr. Beers is a partner in the law firm of Goodwin-Proctor in Washington, D.C. As Chancellor to the Presiding Bishop, he has an extensive non-profit practice that is both national and international in scope.

Click here for more info on the meeting.

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