“While the church and city leaders have shown their approval of the statue, Mebane said he expects that, once the sculpture takes its place in the park – a peaceful location that also is popular with the homeless of Buffalo – it could stir up some controversy.”
Day: March 31, 2015
House of Deputies President the Rev. Gay Jennings addressed the gathering and borrowed the theme offered by Congressman John Lewis at his recent acceptance of the Jonathan Daniels Humanitarian Award of “good and necessary trouble.”
At the beginning of Lent, the Bishops of the Church of England issued a Pastoral Letter to encourage UK voters to engage with the upcoming General Election. The Episcopal Café reported on the letter in February. An online study guide has now been published to assist individuals and study groups in reading and digesting the Bishops’ letter.
Faith & Leadership reports at length on a Methodist church in Indianapolis that has “turned the model of urban ministry inside-out.”
After an encounter with the Jehovah’s Witnesses, Reese Rickards, retired Archdeacon of the Diocese of Easton, looks at our online outreach and wonders if it isn’t a little wanting.
God created us for holiness… it must be the objective of our lives, as well as our way of life. It is a process as much as it is a product… a journey as much as a destination.