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#sitbyme

In the Magazine we’re looking at worship and its intersection with our lives. In this piece, Carrie Willard invites us to sit with her and calls upon us to extend the invitation to others – #sitbyme

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Why do we worship?

In the Magazine this month, we’re exploring worship. In this piece, George Clifford looks at how Neibuhr’s summary of the purpose of worship as the increase of the love of God and neighbor has consistently guided his ministry.

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The silent twenty-three percent

Though originally appearing in Voices of Integrity in 1999, this article by Louie Clay captures an issue that has remained relevant even amidst the vast changes in the culture and in the movement towards greater equality and inclusion for LGBT persons. In coming across it, we felt it was worth looking at once again.

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Where are the B in LGBT?

The Episcopal Church has made huge strides for people who identify under the umbrella term LGBT in offering overall acceptance, marriage equality, and opportunity for ordination. I’ve met clergy who are “L”, “G”, and “T.” But the “B” seems ever silent.

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blue, peach and crimson hope: prepare to prepare

In the Magazine we’re exploring worship and in this piece, Charles LaFond reflects on the season of Advent and its occurrence in the global north’s winter, asking “What do we do? You and I? What is our job in winter’s darkness?”

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Letter to the Editor: On Fear

Remembering Aquinas’ words that “fear is such a powerful emotion for humans that when we allow it to take us over, it drives compassion right out of our hearts,” the author reacts to recent terrorist attacks and our response to them.

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