Monthly Archives: October 2015

Are you a new rector? Does your congregation have a new rector? Some advice for you both.

This blog post is taken from my sermon at Trinity, Buffalo, on the occasion of the celebration of their new ministry with the Rev. Matt Lincoln.  But I think it applies to most new rectors and most congregations with new … Continue reading

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What is ecumenism? And why does it matter?

I like to think of ecumenism as a jewel with many faces, a way that we can share the gifts of all races and genders … the graces of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers … in the richness of … Continue reading

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