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Helping TREC re-imagine the Episcopal Church 1

Helping TREC re-imagine the Episcopal Church 1

The Task Force for Re-imagining the Episcopal Church is asking for feedback from across the church. They propose four prompts to stimulate conversation.

We are going to roll those prompts out in two and a half hour intervals today. Here’s the first:

As you reflect back over your experiences with The Episcopal Church, what is your very best memory? This could be a person, a spiritual moment, an event . . . . Whatever was extraordinary for you. Tell me about that memory. Reflect and then let me know the 3 words that best characterize this experience.


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Brian Kneeland

Our wedding presided officiated by Rev. Patricia Drost! Wonderful intimate setting and a great presider!

Mac McCabe

Walking one’s talk, Eucharist, Music

Mariann Edgar Budde

9 a.m. worship at St John’s Episcopal Church, music led by Chad Smith.


Jessica Stone

I was coming from a different, louder, less gentle tradition. The first service I spent in the first Episcopal parish I belonged to, I cried in relief and gratitude.



Space (physical, mental, spiritual).

If I were to add a fourth, it would be Sanctuary, in its fullest sense.

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