Kudos to the Rev. Dan Webster for this TV interview regarding his Episcopal Cafe blog post on using social media in church. (And note that KSL-TV in Salt Lake City gave the Cafe some good exposure here too!)
Day: June 20, 2013
In the wake of an apology from Alan Chambers, leader of the prominent “ex-gay” ministry Exodus International, the organization is shutting down.
Any day now, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide on landmark cases regarding same-sex marriage—Hollingsworth v. Perry (a challenge to California’s same-sex-marriage ban) and United States v. Windsor (a challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act). We suggest a couple of tools to help you navigate the issue. The Washington Post offers a state-by-state status […]
R.I.P James Gandolfini. At my house, we recently rewatched “The Sopranos” from start to finish. What a brilliant series. What a brilliant actor. Gandolfini’s nuanced, often comical portrayal of Tony Soprano, the brutal mobster next door, offered us a compelling depiction of evil in the modern age. God and church were certainly woven into the […]
by Jered Weber-Johnson and Emily Wachner Jered: The genesis for Gathering2013 came in 1997 at Gathering the Next Generation (GTNG), the first national convening of GenX clergy in the Episcopal Church. One of the original conveners, Christopher Martin, invited the then almost 300 GenX Episcopal priests. More than half of them accepted, connections were created, […]
Everyday Mysteries With others she manages a website for the Diocese of Colorado highlighting congregations’ creative ministries: