A Mission Event for the Episcopal Church (TEC) and friends in the Anglican Church in Canada.Ancient wisdom proclaims 'It takes a village to raise a child.' - What if this wisdom were applied to the church? What if we cultivated 'mission shaped dioceses' across the Episcopal Church (and the Anglican Church in Canada) prepared and excited for the labor of birthing new and fresh expressions of church, and raising up next generations pioneer missioners to help lead us within the 'great emergence'?…See More
"What about a space that invites collaboration, so that what was prepared at the beginning is more of a blank canvas- and by the end of convention has become a tangible expression of the prayers and presence of those who came. Maybe start off with a…"
A group creating a prayerful space at the 2009 General Convention of the Episcopal Church in Anaheim, CA as a service to the conventioneers in order to share with the broader church what emerging worship is and looks like instead of talking about it.
A way for Anglicans to get off the consumeristic grid by practicing and receiving the gift of no cost housing hospitality on the couches and in the guest rooms of other Anglicans, in a similar manner as Couchsurfing.com
It was very good to meet you last Saturday. Too bad we were not able to chat some more. I am interested in hearing more about your job, your community, your dream of the peace & justice gig. But we always have the interweb.
You are amazing. Read the news in The Oregonian. I wish you well with Hip Mama. The previous owner gave St. M a try several years ago, but it didn't catch. She was a friend of Lani Jo Leigh.
Say Hi to Jordan and to Adin!
Alice and I are doing well. I do like retirement - the flexibility and opportunity to be creative in new ways. I miss people and the interactions a lot, but not all the responsibilities.
Glad you connected with Karen Ward who we got to know in the 1990's in catechumenal process.
Best to you.