Inform Me One thing Good, a brand new internet collection from The Episcopal Church, highlights constructive tales from across the church via conversations with quite a lot of visitors. New episodes of Inform Me One thing Good will probably be launched each two weeks. Episode 1 is out there for viewing on The Episcopal Church web site here, on Fb here, and on Instagram TV, @theepiscopalchurch.
Hosted by Jerusalem Greer, Episcopal Church workers officer for evangelism and the Rev. Marcus Halley, dean of formation of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut, Inform Me One thing Good seeks, names and celebrates Jesus’ loving presence within the tales of individuals from all around the church, and invitations everybody to MORE!
In Episode 1, Greer and Halley share the story of how Inform Me One thing Good got here to be, what has been Good Information of their lives just lately, and provides a preview of upcoming episodes.
“Whereas we’re not the primary to reside via a pandemic, racial injustices, political divisions, or ecological catastrophes, the influence of experiencing all of those directly has created an onslaught of unhealthy information and busted expectations and plans,” says Greer, “And but, within the midst of all these items the Good Information of God in Christ stays unchanged, God’s love remains to be the best good there has ever or will ever be. However what’s altering is how we expertise and listen to this Good Information given our present challenges. Which is why we’re so within the tales of our visitors. These are people who find themselves discovering new, unconventional, easy, or artistic methods of sharing the Good Information in ways in which folks can hear it within the midst of all of the chaos round them. And in flip, our visitors develop into brokers of Good Information to us as nicely – they assist us expertise God’s nice love and hope simply by sharing their tales.”
“This present is a weekly apply in looking for, naming, and celebrating,” provides Halley, “It’s additionally inspiring as a pacesetter to listen to about all of the methods leaders across the Church are discovering this time to be fertile for sowing new ministries.”
Collection episodes and visitors embrace:
- November 10 – Episode 1: Introduction with hosts Jerusalem Greer, Episcopal Church workers officer for evangelism and the Rev. Marcus Halley, dean of formation of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut.
- November 24 – Episode 2: The Rev. Zack Nyein, affiliate rector for group engagement and youngsters and youth formation at All Saints’ Atlanta; member of the board of administrators for the Episcopal Evangelism Society and the Basic Conference Job Pressure for Liturgical and Prayer E-book Revision; director of worship for Imagine Church.
- December 8 – Episode 3: Rebecca Corridor, director of grownup formation and The Abbey, St. David’s Episcopal Church, Austin, Texas.
- December 22 – Episode 4: The Rev. Lorenzo Lebrija, founding director of the TryTank, the experimental lab for church progress and innovation.
Search for extra episodes in 2021.
Discover extra data and concepts for Episcopal Evangelism right here: https://episcopalchurch.org/evangelism-initiatives
Have concepts for exhibits or questions on Episcopal Evangelism? E mail Greer and Halley at firstname.lastname@example.org, or name 212-716-6219.