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The Crossing

The Crossing

Leigh Foster, a member of the Boston-based congregation The Crossing talks about how she feels welcomed:


The Crossing: Leigh Foster from The Episcopal Church on Vimeo.

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The Crossing started when a small group of young adults – some churchy folks, some not – got together to pray, share dreams and stories and ask some big questions:

What would happen if we could step out of the Sunday morning box, bring along the most compelling parts of church and then claim the holy experiences so many of us have far from the walls of church?

What if we got rooted in the good news Jesus walked around preaching and living – the good news of God’s peace, God’s desire for justice, God’s longing to gather all God’s children and name them as beloved – and then proclaimed that good news in words and sounds and images that truly touch our lives … and probably the lives of other people hovering far from the walls of church?

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