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Kindling and a Summer of Conferences: Why we gather

This summer is full of gatherings. As a representative of The Episcopal Church, I have been shuttling from conference to conference, to training session, to planning meeting. The rhythm of parish life lightens in the summer, so the conference season picks up. One example is the Episcopal Youth Event (#EYE14) which begins in Philadelphia next week. […]

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The Power of Service

Today’s guest blogger, Eric Bablinskas, is a member of the Deaconess Anne House, a community of young adults of the Episcopal Service Corps living and serving together in the Old North Neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri. He preached this sermon on Sunday, July 6 at Trinity Episcopal Church in St. Louis. My Yoke is Easy, My […]

Kindling

Kindling and a Summer of Conferences: Why we gather

This summer is full of gatherings. As a representative of The Episcopal Church, I have been shuttling from conference to conference, to training session, to planning meeting. The rhythm of parish life lightens in the summer, so the conference season picks up. One example is the Episcopal Youth Event (#EYE14) which begins in Philadelphia next week. […]

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Raising Lazarus workshop to explore empowering LGBTIQ students through Campus Ministry

Today’s guest blogger, the Rev. Cameron Partridge, serves as counselor to Episcopal/Anglican students at Harvard Divinity School, where he studied for his Masters in Divinity and Doctorate in Theology. Rev. Partridge now lectures at Harvard on both liturgical topics and those relating to gender and sexuality. He has also led congregations at Boston University and […]

Salvadoran youth remember Archbishop Romero during the annual march through San Salvador on the anniversary of his death. Their banner reads "If they kill me, I will rise in the Salvadoran people," words spoken by Oscar Romero a few weeks before his murder.

Foundation Cristosal summer course to help participants become a voice for justice

Our guest blogger today is Olivia Amadon, Global School Coordinator for Foundation Cristosal. Throughout history, religion and the Bible have at times been used for personal gain or glory, and texts have been manipulated and taken out of context to justify injustices like slavery, war and destruction against nature and human life. In the midst […]

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Foundation Cristosal summer field course to focus on LGBT rights in El Salvador

Welcome guest blogger Ernesto Zelayandía, Global School Coordinator for Foundation Cristosal. Foundation Cristosal summer field course: LGBT Rights & Sexual Diversity Ministry in The Episcopal Church Frequently as LGBT individuals we are encourage to fight and stand for our rights, but rarely are we told to stand for our faith – that we are worthy of a space […]

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