"Hi Mike - thanks for the befriending brother. Hope you and yours are well. Btw, would you have had much time reflecting on Rhythms/Rules of Life? I've got one that would benefit from a read by yourself. Blessings in your labors and loves friend!"
"Heidi, thanks for the glimpse into your life . . what you do (facilitating a space for people to exit the maddening, deafening, desensitizing whirr of contemporary life) is an absolutely necessary role and a highly worthy calling - especially in…"
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Thanks so much for asking about the discernment process . . . the answer is 'yes'. The what is very clear,…"
Coordinating youth and young adult ministry for the Church of Ireland in the Republic of Ireland
What you do for fun and re-creation?
Discuss / research:
* the Great Outdoors
* Concerts & Concert Promotion
* Spiritual Formation / Direction
Be present to my:
* Play video games
What do you see as some of the biggest challenges facing Anglicans today?
Retaining the identity of Anglicanism
Occupying the 'via media' or place of tension in contemporary society
Uniting reverence with relevance
What do you see as some of the biggest opportunities for Anglicans today?
Offering respite for many within the Christian spectrum as the 'via media'
Re-engaging with our ancient Christian disciplines / practices
Rediscovering our unique Celtic experience as a Church of the Isles
What do you want Anglimergent to be? and what other Anglimergent resources, gatherings, activities or events would you find helpful for your ministry?
a dynamic network of creative, intentional co-collaborators
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Shane, what's up? How are things in Ireland. It was really cool getting to know you guys at the Summer Madness last year, things got real crazy when I got back and I neglected to write you and say thanks for everything. Please excuse my rudeness and know that I really appreciated everything. Hope all is well, peace Dan
Welcome Shane, and thanks for taking an invite from a stranger who hopes to be a stranger no more.
- Also, I think you are the first person here from the (Anglican) Church of Ireland! Also do invite any other missional Irish Anglican friends who might enjoy this emerging conversation. And do you ever go to Greenbelt? + There is a UK gathering happening in about 10 days. I've linked it on the events page if you are interested. Cheers