1. 11/24/13 Sermon

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    from St. Paul's Episcopal Church Added

    The Readings for this Sunday were Jeremiah 23:1-6, Canticle 16, Colossians 1:11-20 and Luke 23:33-43

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    • Quiet Morning Invitation

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      from St. Alban's, Cape Elizabeth Added 35 0 1

      Rev. Kelly talks about the multi-sensory offerings at St. Alban's Quiet Mornings.

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      • Project Canterbury

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        from Helen Spain Added 79 0 0

        filmed and edited Fall of 2013. Project Canterbury is a Campus ministry that serves UTC students, Chatt State students, and young adults in the Chattanooga area. They have dinner and then worship every Wednesday of the semester at 7:37 that students are on campus. There are special services during summer and winter breaks aimed towards those who live off campus. Find Project Canterbury on: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/projectcanterbury (page) And : https://www.facebook.com/groups/198233143541519/ (group) Instagram : http://instagram.com/projectcanterbury Twitter : https://twitter.com/utc_canterbury Tumblr : http://projectcanterbury.tumblr.com

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        • 2013_12_01_Bishop Lawrence Sermon @ Holy Cross

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          from Nicole Streetman Added 42 0 0

          Bishop Lawrence performed a service of Baptism, Confirmation and Reaffirmation at The Church of the Holy Cross, Sullivan's Island on December 1, 2013.

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          • The Rev. Dr. William H. Willimon "The Only Good Reason to be an Episcopal Priest"

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            from The Episcopal Diocese of Texas Added 192 1 0

            The Rev. William H. Willimon, PhD, theologian and author, recently retired after serving eight years as Bishop of the North Alabama Conference of The United Methodist Church, where he led 157,000 members and 792 pastors. Previously, he served as dean of the Chapel at Duke University, Durham, NC. Willimon is a graduate of Wofford College (B.A.,1968), Yale Divinity School (M.Div., 1971) and Emory University (S.T.D., 1973). He has served churches in Georgia and South Carolina. He has been awarded honorary degrees from a dozen colleges and universities. More than one million copies of his more than 60 books have been sold.The Rev. Dr. William H. Willimon Bishop (retired) Professor of Christian Ministry, Duke Divinity School The Rev. William H. Willimon, PhD, theologian and author, recently retired after serving eight years as Bishop of the North Alabama Conference of The United Methodist Church, where he led 157,000 members and 792 pastors. Previously, he served as dean of the Chapel at Duke University, Durham, NC. Willimon is a graduate of Wofford College (B.A., 1968), Yale Divinity School (M.Div., 1971) and Emory University (S.T.D., 1973). He has served churches in Georgia and South Carolina. He has been awarded honorary degrees from a dozen colleges and universities. More than one million copies of his more than 60 books have been sold. An international survey conducted by Baylor University in 1996 named him one of the Twelve Most Effective Preachers in the English-speaking world. Willimon has given lectures and taught courses at many pastors’ schools and at colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. .

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            • The Rev. Dr. William H. Willimon, Bishop (retired) Professor of Christian Ministry, Duke Divinity School

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              from The Episcopal Diocese of Texas Added 363 1 0

              The Rev. William H. Willimon, PhD, theologian and author, recently retired after serving eight years as Bishop of the North Alabama Conference of The United Methodist Church, where he led 157,000 members and 792 pastors. Previously, he served as dean of the Chapel at Duke University, Durham, NC. Willimon is a graduate of Wofford College (B.A.,1968), Yale Divinity School (M.Div., 1971) and Emory University (S.T.D., 1973). He has served churches in Georgia and South Carolina. He has been awarded honorary degrees from a dozen colleges and universities. More than one million copies of his more than 60 books have been sold. AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY CONDUCTED BY BAYLOR UNIVERSITY IN 1996 NAMED HIM ONE OF THE TWELVE MOST EFFECTIVE PREACHERS IN THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING WORLD. Willimon has given lectures and taught courses at many pastors’ schools and at colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. Part two here: https://vimeo.com/80689570

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              • Lauren Winner Second Hour

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                from The Episcopal Diocese of Texas Added 123 1 0

                Lauren F. Winner is an historian, author and lecturer. She is assistant professor of Christian Spirituality at Duke Divinity School and writes and lectures on Christian practice, the history of Christianity in America and Jewish- Christian relations. Her books include: GIRL MEETS GOD, MUDHOUSE SABBATH AND A CHEERFUL & COMFORTABLE FAITH:ANGLICAN RELIGIOUS PRACTICE IN THE ELITE HOUSEHOLDS OF EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY VIRGINIA.

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                • The Rev. Dr. Lauren Winner - "Preaching and Priesting in the midst of change in the church and the culture"

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                  from The Episcopal Diocese of Texas Added 751 2 0

                  Born to a Jewish father and Southern Baptist mother, Winner was raised Jewish, converted to Orthodox Judaism while at Columbia, then to Christianity while at Cambridge. She has worked as a book editor for Beliefnet and as senior editor for Christianity Today. Winner has appeared on PBS’s Religion & Ethics Newsweekly and has written for The New York Times Book Review, The Washington Post Book World, Publishers Weekly, Books and Culture and Christianity Today. She holds degrees from Duke, Columbia and Cambridge universities.Her books include: Girl Meets God, Mudhouse Sabbath and A Cheerful & Comfortable Faith: Anglican Religious Practice in the Elite Households of Eighteenth-Century Virginia.

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                  • Mary Margaret Winn: My Story

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                    from Grace-St. Lukes Episcopal Church Added 64 0 0

                    Hi, my name is Mary Margaret Winn and I am your new youth director. Youth group meant everything to me when I was young, when I was in middle school and high school. And, now I feel just truly blessed to be able to give back and create that same experience for our youth. This summer the youth group just went to New Orleans and it was a phenomenal trip. I think the kids really got a taste of outreach and I'd love to be able to do more local outreach here in Memphis because there is such a unique opportunity here, both urban and rural. We've had outstanding showing at our Sunday night EYC meeting. We have nearly 50 kids who come on a weekly basis and we would not be able to do all the wonderful activities and learn all about this wonderful parish and what it means to be a Christian steward if it were not for givers like you. I tithe because I know that when I tithe it will go to great programs like Pastoral Care. It will go to the Youth Program. It will go to things like More Than A Meal. And, I feel so blessed to be at Grace-St. Luke's. I could not be here without givers like you. This is a wonderful, wonderful parish, great people, and just phenomenal kids. And, it truly is my pleasure to be able to work with everyone here. Grace-St. Luke's is home.

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