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Forward Movement adds to leadership team

Forward Movement adds to leadership team

Forward Movement names new managing editor, community engagement manager:

As Forward Movement continues to create fresh, engaging content and build new partnerships across the church, the Rev. Scott Gunn, executive director, is pleased to announce two new members of the leadership team.

Richelle Thompson has accepted the call to serve as managing editor, and Miriam McKenney has been named the new community engagement manager.

“As we reinvent our work and our offerings for today’s church, I am thrilled to be able to work with such a gifted leadership team,” said Gunn….

Forward Movement’s complete press release can be read here.

Forward Movement is known widely as the publisher of Forward Day by Day, a quarterly devotional magazine with a circulation of 300,000 and with readers in every province of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Forward Movement also publishes books, booklets, and pamphlets to inform and inspire Christians and seekers.

In the past year, Forward Movement has expanded its offerings, from a mobile application and ebooks to the fan-favorite Lent Madness, a quirky twist on basketball brackets that helps people learn about the saints.

Forward Movement was founded in 1935 as a ministry of The Episcopal Church.

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