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By Sandra Montes y Mildred Briones Reyes
Un cafecito con Sandra y Mildred Briones Reyes
By Westina Matthews
Westina Matthews has had the privilege of interviewing and learning from five Black women who have been consecrated as bishops in the Episcopal Church. In Gird Up My Loins, she shares a snapshot of her conversations and an insight into this powerful and important band of sisterhood.
By Westina Matthews
Corría el año 2019 – mucho antes de la pandemia, el malestar racial y las elecciones presidenciales – cuando pensé en reunir a las cinco mujeres negras que en ese entonces eran obispas de la Iglesia Episcopal para una serie de conversaciones que finalmente se publicarían en un libro.
By Callie Swanlund and Jeremy Tackett
How do we understand digital ministry, especially in a pandemic? In Digital Ministry Is Here to Stay, the Rev. Callie Swanland and Jeremy Tackett join in conversation to explain how they’ve been telling their stories in the digital realm, what they’ve learned and share their hopes about how this type of ministry has endless creative possibilities as we imagine new ways of exploring evangelism, formation and discipleship in a post-pandemic church.
By David W. Peters
The Rev. David Peters Shares Five Resources on Pandemic Church
By Tim Schenck
A tool to help parish leadership reflect deeply upon their post-pandemic ministry.
By Charis Bhagianathan
Our stories this month are about communities and individuals being and experiencing blessings, sharing their grief and continuing to look to hope during this time.
By Greg Syler
Is your first virtual annual meeting coming up? In Annual Meetings Go Virtual, Greg Syler lists all the ways to embrace the positives of this format and make the most of this new reality as you plan your next online annual meeting.
By Mary Kate Rejouis
What does leadership look like in a pandemic? In Leading In a Pandemic, Mary Kate Rejouis shares her personal experience of this time as priest and mother, focusing on three ideas – freedom, transparency and humility, and how they sustained her during this period.
By Susan Elliott
How much has the pandemic altered how you worship and study and pray together? Possibly a whole lot. In Called To A New Land Susan Elliott interviews Julie Lytle who explains how being forced to rethink communications and community is a great and unexpected gift.