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Young Adult Happenings in the Greater Seattle Area

Young Adult Happenings in the Greater Seattle Area

Join others in their 20s and 30s for Faith | Friendship | Fun | Food Winter/Spring 2019 Questioning Together First Mondays of the month, year-round – A supportive group that discusses questions of faith and meaning over dinner. Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Capitol Hill – 7:30–9:00pm. (youngadults@saintmarks.org) Evening Episcopalians Sunday evenings, once-a-month. Curious about the traditions, histories and flavors of other churches in our diocese? Let’s check out the 5:00pm services at different parishes in the Seattle area, and maybe go

Better Together 2019

Better Together 2019

The Episcopal Diocese of Olympia presents: A Mini-Conference for Faith Formation Leaders Church staff, clergy & volunteers are invited to this day-long event designed to provide resources, inspiration, opportunities for collaboration, and ample soul care. We’ll start the day with a continental breakfast and then get rolling with our keynote speaker, the witty and wise Bev Gaines, speaking on Self Care: Soul Care. Bev is a spiritual director and life coach with two decades’ experience working in Episcopal and other church

The Way of Love: BLESS

The Way of Love: BLESS

From Sue Tait, Diocesan Librarian: The Way of Love: Practices for Jesus-Centered Life This material helps individuals, groups and congregations move more deeply into our lives as the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.   “Early in his ministry, Jesus of Nazareth was surrounded by crowds. He turned and asked, “What do you seek?” (John 1:38).  Many of us seek love, freedom, abundant life and we seek Jesus.  In this third posting of resources for the Way of Love we consider

The Way of Love: WORSHIP

The Way of Love: WORSHIP

From Sue Tait, Diocesan Librarian: The Way of Love : Practices for Jesus-Centered Life     This material helps individuals, groups and congregations move more deeply into our lives as the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.   “Early in his ministry, Jesus of Nazareth was surrounded by crowds. He turned and asked, “What do you seek?” (John 1:38).  Many of us seek love, freedom, abundant life and we seek Jesus.  In this third posting of resources for the Way of

The Way of Love: PRAY

The Way of Love: PRAY

From Sue Tait, Diocesan Librarian: The Way of Love: Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life     This material helps individuals, groups and congregations move more deeply our lives as the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.   “Early in his ministry, Jesus of Nazareth was surrounded by crowds. He turned and asked, “What do you seek?” (John 1:38).  Many of us seek love, freedom, abundant life and we seek Jesus.  In this third posting of resources for the Way of Love we

Just Ask a Librarian: Leading Sunday School

Just Ask a Librarian: Leading Sunday School

From Sue Tait, Diocesan Librarian: Do you have any information that I could give to teachers here to help them cope in many different Sunday School situations, some of which we haven’t even thought of yet? We do have material for teachers, aside from the instructions and hints that come with specific curriculum. For instance, Sharon Ely Pearson, active in faith formation in the Episcopal Church for most of her life, has compiled and edited a book called The Episcopal Christian

The Way of Love: LEARN

The Way of Love: LEARN

From Sue Tait, Diocesan Librarian: The Way of Love: Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life The following materials helps individuals, groups, and congregations move more deeply into our lives as the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement. “Early in his ministry, Jesus of Nazareth was surrounded by crowds. He turned and asked, ‘What do you seek?’” (John 1:38). Many of us seek love, freedom, abundant life, and we seek Jesus. In this second posting of resources for the Way of Love

The Way of Love: TURN

The Way of Love: TURN

From Sue Tait, Diocesan Librarian: The Way of Love: Practices for Jesus-Centered Life       Bishop Michael Curry invites the whole church to take up The Way of Love, living as part of the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement. Early in his ministry, Jesus of Nazareth was surrounded by crowds. He turned and asked, “What do you seek?” (John 1:38). For more than a thousand years, monastics have greeted pilgrims knocking on their doors by asking: “What do you seek?”

Following the Way of Love

Following the Way of Love

From Sue Tait, Diocesan Librarian: As probably all of you know, Bishop Michael Curry gave the opening sermon at the 79th General Convention by speaking of the Way of Love. If you didn’t see the address, you can watch it below: Bishop Rickel is very eager that we make these resources available to you. The “Way of Love” provides seven spiritual practices that form a Rule of Life: Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, and Rest. Presiding Bishop Curry and

Just Ask a Librarian: Books for Children

Just Ask a Librarian: Books for Children

Question:  Do you have books written for children in addition to those written for adults about children? Sue Says: We do have a small but growing collection of picture books for young children. We also have a collection of bibles for children and some non-fiction on religious themes or themes related to programs of the diocese such as the environment. These materials are often borrowed by adults to support summer camps or other programs, and the age range is roughly