Weekend Roundup for October 29

Almost time for All Hallows Eve, All Saints and All Souls. Here’s our roundup of items from around the church this week.

Episcopal Church

TryTank, a collaboration between two Episcopal seminaries (GTS & VTS) have produced a video (watch it HERE) on some possibilities for church in ten years’ time

White Christian nationalism is not Christianity, presiding bishop says during panel discussion

 

Parishes in the News

No limits to unity:’ Holyoke St. Paul’s Episcopal Church celebrates 1st Latino minister

Inside the faith-based argument against developing Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon

New Mexico parish celebrates its annual Dachshund stampede (video)

 

Bishop’s Corner

Bishop of New Hampshire offers a theological take on American political divisiveness in op-ed

Former Rhode Island Bishop George Hunt III dies at 90

 

Anglican Communion

Anglican Communion office responds to misinformation spread by GAFCON concerning recent appointment of a new Dean for Canterbury Cathedral

Appointment of first Hindu British Prime Minister raises interesting questions about the PM’s role in appointing bishops to the Church of England

 

Other Interesting Items

A really interesting perspective on divisions in global “Anglicanism” from New Zealand’s Peter Carrell: New Methodism-Brethrenism is True Anglicanism?

2022 AMERICAN VALUES SURVEY OFFERS SOME GOOD NEWS — AND SOME BAD

 


image: Brisket stand at last years St Luke’s Country Fair and Dachshund Stampede [Facebook]

 

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