Inform Me One thing Good, an online collection from The Episcopal Church that launched within the fall of 2020, returns for a second season. This collection highlights optimistic tales from across the church via conversations with quite a lot of visitors.
New episodes of Inform Me One thing Good might be launched each two weeks starting on April 13 and might be accessible for viewing, together with Season 1, on The Episcopal Church web site right here, on Fb right here, and on Instagram TV @theepiscopalchurch.
Hosted by Jerusalem Greer, Episcopal Church employees officer for evangelism, and the Rev. Canon Marcus Halley, dean of formation of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut, Inform Me One thing Good continues to observe Episcopal evangelism in a digital house because the hosts search, title and have a good time Jesus’ loving presence within the tales of individuals from all through the church.
“After we began this challenge in 2020, our aim was to share the tales of people that, within the face of a number of crises have been discovering new, unconventional, easy, and inventive methods of sharing the Good Information of their context,” Greer mentioned. “That very same want has carried us into a brand new season, as we discover ourselves within the second yr of a worldwide pandemic, however with a great dose of hope on the horizon – which I believe is mirrored in every episode.”
Upcoming episodes embody conversations with the next:
Episode 1 – April 13: Jocelyn Cassada, director of digital communications, Dr. Kirk Wealthy, director of music, and the Rev. Dr. Andy Barnett, affiliate rector, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Atlanta, share how they’ve discovered Good Information in working with the broader neighborhood of artists and musicians in Atlanta in the course of the pandemic, and the way they’ve fashioned higher neighborhood inside their congregation throughout digital platforms.
Episode 2 – April 27: The Rev. Isaac Everett talks in regards to the Charles River Episcopal Co-Housing Endeavor (CRECHE) Neighborhood in Boston, which creates and helps a community of mixed-income, intergenerational, co-housing communities in partnership with The Episcopal Church. This episode digs into what it means to equip all of the baptized and to root our religion in house practices. It additionally highlights how following Jesus’ lead by asking “what do you want?” can revolutionize the Eucharistic expertise.
Episode 3 – Could 11: Aaron Jenkyn, lay missioner who oversees Christian formation and neighborhood ministry at Epiphany Episcopal Church, Newport, and St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, New London, N.H., speaks about what she has realized whereas working with households throughout a pandemic, and why folks don’t must study about God as a lot as they should know God now greater than ever.
Episode 4 – Could 25: The Rev. Nurya Love Parish, Plainsong Farm, Rockford, Mich., and Katie Forsyth, canon for evangelism and networking with the Episcopal dioceses of Japanese and Western Michigan, speak in regards to the therapeutic nature of getting one’s palms soiled within the backyard and the items their dioceses have skilled by becoming a member of the Good Information Gardens motion as a neighborhood of communities.
Episode 5 – June 8: Coming quickly
Episode 6 – June 22: Coming quickly
Discover extra info and concepts for Episcopal Evangelism right here: https://episcopalchurch.org/evangelism-initiatives
Have concepts for reveals or questions on Episcopal Evangelism? E mail Greer and Halley at firstname.lastname@example.org, or name 212-716-6219.