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Jim Naughton raises funds for Episcopal Relief and Development

Jim Naughton raises funds for Episcopal Relief and Development

Episcopal Café’s former editor, Jim Naughton, is raising funds for Episcopal Relief and Development running with the House of Deputies team. The Café urges you to contribute in his name to thank him for his vision of a progressive church news site. Click here to learn more.

Hey, I believe in the work of Episcopal Relief and Development and the Episcopal Church’s House of Deputies, so running on behalf of the latter to raise money for the former seemed like an excellent opportunity. Please help me out. I’d really appreciate it. And if you can’t make a donation at this point, help me reach my goal by sharing this page on Facebook and Twitter.

Thanks. Jim


 

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Thanks so much for posting this. The Rev Jennifer Baskerville Burrows, director of networking in the Diocese of Chicago has put together several Ragnar teams to run for ERD. Living Compass paid our entry fee.

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