New Episcopal Life Focus launches tonight

From Episcopal Life Online:

The October edition of "Episcopal Life Focus" -- a half-hour video "multicast" featuring church mission, ministries and news -- is now available here.

The program will remain available for on-demand viewing at Episcopal Life Online.

Produced by Episcopal Life Media, the program will feature coverage of the House of Bishops September meeting in New Orleans, the Archbishop of Canterbury's visit there, and the hands-on post-hurricane rebuilding and pastoral work offered by the bishops and spouses along the Gulf Coast.

Also featured is a profile of New Orleans Episcopalian Diana Meyers, who leads the Mobile Healthcare Ministry for St. Anna's Church, a historic parish in the city's Treme section.

The program covers the opening of the new Desmond Tutu Center for Reconciliation at New York's General Theological Seminary. The Focus program will conclude with a pastoral reflection.

The program is produced by Michael Collins and anchored by the Rev. Jan Nunley, executive editor of Episcopal Life Media.

This edition of Episcopal Life Focus is again sponsored by Episcopal Books and Resources, with online captioning for the hearing impaired provided by the Episcopal Church Women, Diocese of Los Angeles.

The program is also available for placement on community-access cable channels offering free air time.

Comments (1)

Nice job! What a great thing to be able to sit down for half an hour, get a little news about the church, and have my soul fed. I especially enjoyed the interview with the New Orleans priest. Thanks.

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