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Thad’s. Not St. Thad’s. Just Thad’s.

Thad’s. Not St. Thad’s. Just Thad’s.

The Rev. Jimmy Bartz leads Thad’s an Episcopal Church for people who “won’t go anywhere near a traditional church building. Video by Mike Collins of the Episcopal Church’s Office of Communication, in partnership with the Office of Congregational Vitality.


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Clint Davis

Lord bless y’all. Diversity is a good thing, keep on keeping on. But I’m interested in why an affiliation with The Episcopal Church is necessary or important to this congregation. No judgment, just curious about the answer. UCC would seem a better fit than those “stuffy” pointy hats and that decidedly unhip 16th and 17th Century poetry, and all the boring stuff based thereon that came afterwards.

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