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Hungering for living bread

We went to a Maundy thursday dinner and liturgy at a church where M. did a field study, and where she still occasionally preaches and tells Godly Play stories. There was a simple dinner at six, and then the liturgy at seven, starting in the fellowship hall with readings followed by foot washing, and then [...]

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A church for all people?

“The Episcopal Church Welcomes You,” proclaim signs, websites, banners and bumper stickers. In trying to live out our understanding of the Gospel, we want to include everyone, to exclude no one. But can it be done? Marketers know a thing or two about inclusion and exclusion. Many make their living by engineering one or the [...]

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