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“All y’all come unto me”: Bishop Curry talks about the Eucharist

“All y’all come unto me”: Bishop Curry talks about the Eucharist

The Scholar Priest Initiative is producing a series of videos “to communicate — clearly, compellingly — what The Episcopal Church believes and does, to ‘show and tell’ our way of faith and our way of life.” The series will feature “everyday Episcopalians addressing and exemplifying what we believe and how that belief shapes they way we live.”

The first video, on the Eucharist, features Bishop Michael Curry. We will have another one, featuring Ellen Davis on Scripture, this evening.


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Barbara Gray

A perfect few words to cut to the heart of any debates about the meaning of Eucharist.

"Jesus shows up." Thank you.

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David Redden

This encapsulates so much of what I love about the Episcopal approach to the eucharist--the mysterious sense of community with Christ and the congregation. Very moving.

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Kit Carlson

What a story! Thanks, Bishop Curry! This is an awesome series and ideas. Posting them to our parish FB page as they come out.

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