The Eucharist offers us many gifts: memorial, thanksgiving, empowerment by the Spirit. There are many ways to approach such an intimate act and find deeper communion with God. A group of seminarians at
Each week children at All Saints–Sharon Chapel in Alexandria, VA, encounter Christ the Good Shepherd in presentations created by carefully trained teachers through Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS). It
Two summers ago, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Spartanburg, South Carolina, had an idea. What began as a way to connect with a local school district became far more than we imagined.
Key Resources‘s Kyle Oliver recently interviewed Stephen Cook, VTS professor of Old Testament and author of Reading Deuteronomy. Kyle Oliver: What have you learned about teaching the Bible in parishes? Stephen Cook:
Key Resources’ Chris Hamby recently interviewed Ragan Sutterfiled, VTS middler and author of This is My Body: From Obesity to Ironman, My Journey into the True Meaning of Flesh, Spirit, and Deeper Faith.
To say the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is an iconic American figure borders on understatement. He is perhaps the most famous American political reformer of the twentieth century, if not
Every summer, children, from ages 8 to 12, in Manhasset, Long Island, open their hearts and minds to God’s love and beauty through fun and by engaging artistic exploration. Christ Episcopal Church, in partnership with
On the north shore of Long Island in Manhasset, NY, two neighboring churches are working together in a new, path-breaking ecumenical way. For 200 years, Christ Episcopal Church and Community
This past year, St. Alban’s Parish in Washington, DC, conducted a bold experiment in liturgy. Associate rector Jim Quigley and I, with the support of parishioner Sally Craig, piloted a yoga worship
Ritual is formative. Technology is a partner. Accessibility is a must. Formation is collaborative. After spending nearly a decade leading Sunday school in parishes and teaching religion classes in day