Bishop Melissa Skelton, Bishop of New Westminster in the Anglican Church in Canada, brings decades of experience in building congregations in both the ACC and The Episcopal Church, creating training programs on both sides of the border.
This week’s review is ‘Brooklyn.’ It’s a love story, an immigrant story and it just might have something important to tell us about congregational development.
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