203rd Diocesan Convention Review – November 8 and 9 Denis Ciaciuch, Trina Secor, Ginger Brown and Fr. Jeff represented St. Tim’s as this year’s convention delegates. Bishop Hollingsworth delivered a powerful sermon during Friday evening’s opening eucharist at beautiful and historic Grace Church, Sandusky. As we observed the feast day of James Theodore Holly – first African American bishop in the Episcopal Church, who spent most of his episcopal career as a missionary bishop of Haiti – Bishop Mark reflected on the limitations of perspective from as a “person of privilege,” particularly as the privilege of dominant culture unwittingly shapes institutional racism. Saturday’s business session gathered in the former Lyman Boat Works (now Entertainment Center) for a full day of business, […]
BRIDGES will hold its last session of the academic term and calendar year on December 5. Thanks are due all who have supported this ministry with prayers, donations (of food, time, talent and prayer), and presence. While a bit slow hitting our stride this year, each week has brought together students, faculty and members of both St. John’s, Bowling Green and St. Timothy’s. BRIDGES will be in recess until winter term begins at the end of January 2020.
This newsletter, Tidings, which you are reading (probably on a screen of some size) right now, has been formatted to be a printed document. Among other things, that means that it must always have a number of pages which is divisible by four. It also means that we print 100% of every item that is included, because you can’t link to something from a printed page. Those constraints are leftovers from the mid-20th Century, and nearly all of us don’t absorb information that way anymore. After considerable discussion, your Vestry has determined that we should transform Tidings into an on-line only format. That changeover will occur with the January, 2020 edition. We hope thereby to respond to a whole bevy […]