Monthly Archives: October 2016

Social Justice and the Episcopal Church

By Katherine Gaines As I mentioned in the blog post on Theology of Place and termination, I am a social worker by profession and by calling. My time at Grace on the Hill is heavily influenced by this identity. As … Continue reading

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Transitioning From “High” to “Low” Church

My first memories of church include the fog of incense and the sound of bells ringing throughout the stone Nave. I grew up going to a high church where smells and bells were the norm and church holidays required pomp … Continue reading

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The Episcopal Asset Map: What It Is And Why It Matters

By Erin Monaghan What does a diocesan intern do? Broad answer: a lot of things in a lot of offices. Specific answer: work on the asset map. What is the Episcopal asset map? It’s an amazing tool that brings together … Continue reading

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The Bus Route

By Lauren Gustafson One of my daily duties at Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School is driving an afternoon bus route. There are days that I dread the activity, it makes my afternoon slightly longer and the students tend to be … Continue reading

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People are different

By Timothy Nixon. People are different. We all have different personalities. Different interests. Different opinions. We come from different backgrounds – have different life experiences. There is a wide breadth and beauty to the vast differences we can find among … Continue reading

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