The recent paper from the Task Force to Reimagine the Episcopal Church is troubling in some ways and encouraging in others. As it is a long paper, I will probably return to it a few more times. As the part that troubles me comes at the beginning of the paper in the discussion of General …
Day: February 27, 2014
Here’s an excellent videotaped interview with the Rev. Kapya Kaoma, a Zambian Anglican priest based in Boston. The footage is culled from the film God Loves Uganda, which explores the role of American theological conservatives in stoking anti-gay sentiment in Uganda.
Bishop Larry Benfield of Arkansas last night dissolved the relationship between the Rev. Gwen Fry, a transgender priest, and Grace Episcopal Church in Pine Bluff. The Rev. Fry, who had previously been known as Greg, had informed the congregation on Sunday, that she was in transition.
by Lisa Fischbeck Dear Isaac, Today you are being baptized! Your parents have brought you here, willingly and happily, desiring that you be given this sacrament in all its many dimensions. We will pour water on your head. Water that has been blessed and that, by our prayers, has become water that washes you like …
“They call themselves the Rectors of Rock. The Fathers of Funk. The Collar Studs.”
Feast Day of George Herbert Everyday Mysteries With others she manages a website for the Diocese of Colorado highlighting congregations’ creative ministries: