The Rev. Brown, currently rector of the Church of the Holy Comforter in Charlotte, NC will be ordained and consecrated on December 9 by the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
The most critical need of our time is not to define and redefine the term Islamophobia so that we can find out who is Islamophobic and who is not, rather it is to address the origin and the misuse of the term Islamophobia to ensure the protection of the First Amendment.
Peace Coins were produced for participants of EYE17 as a reminder that we are part of the Episcopal branch of The Jesus Movement dedicated to making and keeping peace in our communities and across the globe
I’ve been exposed to “Love your neighbor,” but I still find it difficult to love the people behind me who let their water run onto my yard and in a place where I have to mow the result of their watering.
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