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Task force invites one-minute video meditations on marriage

Task force invites one-minute video meditations on marriage

The Episcopal Church Task Force on the Study of Marriage wants videos from Episcopalians throughout the church, says a recent news release from the church’s office of public affairs:

The videos should focus on the topic: Give us your first name and tell a one minute story about your relationship or one you know well in which you have seen the image of God.

“We invite Episcopalians to prepare, produce and submit a one-minute video sharing their thoughts and feelings that we can use in our reporting,” commented Task Force member the Rev. Canon W. (Will) H. Mebane, Jr., Diocese of Ohio. “The videos don’t need to be professionally recorded – feel free to use a Smartphone or flip cam.”

The videos should be sent to wmebane@dohio.org

The members of the Task Force on the Study of Marriage are:

The Rev. Brian C. Taylor, chair, Diocese of the Rio Grande

Carolyn M. Chilton, Diocese of Virginia

The Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely, Diocese of Vermont

Joan Geiszler-Ludlum, vice-chair, Diocese of East Carolina

The Very Rev. Gail Greenwell, Diocese of Kansas

The Rev. Tobias S. Haller, Diocese of New York

The Rev. Canon W. (Will) H. Mebane, Jr., Diocese of Ohio

The Rev. J. David Knight, Diocese of Mississippi

The Rev. Dr. Cameron E. Partridge, Diocese of Massachusetts

The Rev. Canon Susan Russell, Diocese of Los Angeles

The Very Rev. Dr. Sylvia A. Sweeney, Diocese of Los Angeles

The Rt. Rev. W. Andrew Waldo, Diocese of Upper South Carolina

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