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Congrats to Scott Gunn

Congrats to Scott Gunn

The Rev. Scott Gunn was named executive director of Forward Movement Publications. Gongrats, Scott!!

Forward Movement names new executive director

From Episcopal News Service

The Rev. Scott Gunn has been chosen to lead Forward Movement Publications in its mission to “reinvigorate the life of the church.”

Gunn, a priest of the Diocese of Rhode Island, has been named by the board of directors and Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori as the organization’s executive director.

Forward Movement, the publisher of Forward Day by Day meditations as well as books and pamphlets about spirituality and the Episcopal Church, celebrated its 75th anniversary last year.

Gunn begins his ministry with the Cincinnati-based Forward Movement in late July, according to a June 1 press release.

“Our church is at a critical and thrilling point as we seek to find our way forward in the 21st century,” said Gunn in the release. “Forward Movement is positioned well to be a leader in proclaiming the gospel that is at our core.”

Jefferts Schori said in the release that “we welcome Fr. Gunn as he joins the work of leading Forward Movement into the next chapter of its ministry.”


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