If you ask most people who’s the theologian in a local congregation, they’re more likely than not going to point to the ordained clergy. But that’s just not the whole story according to an article by Mark Gorman posted in the Duke Divinity School Magazine.
Day: May 22, 2012
Looking for resources to teach about General Convention in advance of its meeting this summer? The Diocese of Texas has put out a helpful six minute video (see below) perfect for a Sunday forum and the Episcopal Church Foundation’s Vital Practices blog has made the following books and online resources available: Learn About General Convention […]
The Episcopal Diocese of Lexington (in Kentucky) has released the Search Committee’s list of five nominees to serve as the seventh bishop of the diocese.
Christ Church in Winnetka Illinois has a few fashion tips for people looking to dress properly for church this coming Sunday…
Yesterday the Church of England’s House of Bishops released their draft legislation on the next steps to ordaining women priests to the episcopate in England. There’s been a great deal of comment overnight. Not much of it has been favorable. Women and the Church released this statement
Fred Clark points out that St. Peter’s understanding of the command from God that “nothing created is unclean” refers to people more than it refers to food. That’s a direct contradiction of the way many conservative voices understand it.
Today’s readings include a wonderful prayer (Ephesians) and a picture of stability in the midst of challenge and chaos (Matthew).
by Amber Evans On a recent Friday morning I walked into the coffee shop near the school where I’m the chaplain and I ordered a breakfast burrito. And I overheard the barista say to one of his customers, “Why doesn’t anybody get married in church anymore?” I said, “Some people still do.” He said, “Sure, […]