1. How did you get started?


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    Green Team Members at St. Matthews Episcopal Church in Minneapolis, describe how they began a year long Environmental Stewardship focus.

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    • Happenings at Saint Aidan's 2011


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      The people at Saint Aidan's were busy this year! The food was abundant and our souls were filled with incredible music. We celebrated the births and baptisms of several babies, witnessed the demolition of a building on our property, had a variety show that couldn't be beat and much, much more! What a joy it is to know and worship with these people. Enjoy the slides, and let me know what you think!

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      • Episcopal Story Project: The wonder of this place we live in


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        The Episcopal Church in Minnesota is pleased to welcome the Rt. Rev. Mark MacDonald as our keynote speaker for Annual Convention, September 21-22. Bishop MacDonald currently serves as the National Indigenous Anglican Bishop for the Anglican Church of Canada. He previously served for 10 years as the Bishop of the Diocese of Alaska and was Canon Missioner for Training in the Episcopal Church of Minnesota. He also served as vicar of St. Antipas’ Church, Redby, and St. John-in-the-Wilderness Church, Red Lake.

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        • Monday Madness -- February 6, 2012


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          The Rev. Scott Gunn and the Rev. Tim Schenck talk about Lent Madness, the saintly smackdown of 32 holy people competing for the Golden Halo. This week's conversation looks at this year's bracket of saints. Lent Madness is a production of Forward Movement.

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          • Episcopal Story Project: State Rep. Susan Allen on Winning and What it Means to be the First


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            Newly-elected Minnesota State Representative Susan Allen knows what it is like to be the first. She is the first Indigenous woman elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives - ever. She is also the first "out, lesbian, American Indian" to serve in elected office - at any level, anywhere in our country. The daughter of the Rev. Philip Allen, Rep. Allen describes how her experiences as an "out, Native American, Episcopalian, priest's kid" shaped her and helped prepare her to run for office. Susan is Lakota, Dakota and Anishinabe. She is a tax and tribal law attorney who has always been active in the community through considerable nonprofit and pro bono work.

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            • Hymn Sing at Urban Indian gathering


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              Bishop Prior took this short video at the Hymn Sing during the Urban Indian gathering over the weekend of February 3-5.

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              • Valentine's Day


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                The poignant story of two people who believed that no one in the world would ever marry them.

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                • 120205 Dean's Class, Pittman McGehee, 5-Feb-2012


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                  Recorded 5-Feb-2012 at 10 AM in the Great Hall of Christ Church Cathedral, Episcopal Diocese of Texas. See http://www.ChristChurchCathedral.org . Substituting for Dean Reynolds is J. Pittman McGehee, D.D., author and Jungian analyst. He served as Dean of Christ Church Cathedral from 1980 to 1991. See http://www.JPittmanMcGehee.com . This is the 10th Sunday of Dean Joe Reynolds' Class about Episcopalianism 101. See http://christchurchcathedral.org/default.aspx?name=ed_adulteducation for more information about this series. ©2012 J. Pittman McGehee. All rights reserved.

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                  • 2012 State of the Parish


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                    State of the Parish address at the 248th Annual Meeting of St. Mark's Episcopal Church by the Reverend Peter Walsh.

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                    • St. Mathias Presentation Slideshow


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