This site is written by Josh Indiana, a lay minister in the Episcopal Church.
Thank you for doing this, Josh.
And will you soon post information about Akinola’s scheduled appearance in Chicago? It’s too far for me to drive, but I can share the information with folks who do live in the vicinity.
Comment by Lisa Fox — September 5, 2007 @ 9:12 pm
Here’s some better Chicago news that may be on topic for your blog; the Presiding Bishop of the US Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, will be in Chicago for the consecration of our new bishop-elect, Jeffrey D. Lee.
The consecration will be on Saturday, Feb 2, and then the next morning on Feb 3, Bishop ++Katharine is coming to my small suburban parish to preside and preach at a single 9:00 AM service. We’re a diverse, inclusive and welcoming community, and we’re thrilled that we have this chance to worship with her and spend a little time visiting after the service. We’re young, old, formal, informal, gay, straight, married, single… and united in faith.
We’re St Nicholas Episcopal Church, Elk Grove Village, IL. For more information and directions, see the church website at http://www.onebreadonebody.org.
Thanks for providing the Daily Office feed also, I’ll be adding that to the church blog shortly.
Comment by Ginny Gibbs — January 20, 2008 @ 12:23 pm
we’re a lgbt community from istanbul/turkey
more then 33500 members.
there is violence against lgbt people here.
so our voice has to be heard around the world.
we want link exchange with your site or blog.
we can add your link to our link directory
so you can add our link to your site.
Our Site :
Turk Gay Club
Turk LGBT Community
you will add one of our site
we will add you to our 3 site.
so your link will be here.
AND CONTACT US PLS
Comment by arda — January 28, 2011 @ 7:34 am
Can i join ur club
Comment by agboola keji — November 3, 2011 @ 5:55 pm
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