Make/Equip/Send: The Stories that Shape EDUSC
Grappling With Greatness| The Rev. Dr. Mark Jefferson
Grappling With Greatness
This past Saturday we celebrated the ordination of Jenn Pilat, and the preacher was the Rev. Dr. Mark Jefferson. Dr. Jefferson is the Assistant Professor of Homiletics at Virginia Theological Seminary.
Campus Ministry, Haiti, and Civil Discourse| Alan Yarborough
Campus Ministry, Haiti, and Civil Discourse
This month we talk with EDUSC alum Alan Yarborough, who was involved with Canterbury at Clemson University and has worked with our teams in Cange, Haiti. He now serves as Communications Coordinator in The Episcopal Church's Office
of Government Relations.
Canterbury at Clemson
Office of Government Relations
Civil Discourse curriculum
Gifts of God for the People of God| Furman Buchanan
Gifts of God for the People of God
Worship can be a powerful way to encounter the living God. Our stories intersect with God's story as the gifts of God are celebrated and shared by the people of God. In his new book, Gifts of God for the People of God, Furman Buchanan, rector of St. Peter's (Greenville), explores and reflects on each element of Holy Eucharist, the service most often held on Sunday mornings.
Moving from the first spoken word of the service—blessed—to the last phrase—Thanks be to God—Buchanan explains the theological and scriptural elements of the service, helping newcomers and longtime members alike gain a deeper understanding of this gift of God.
Click here to pre-order the book from Forward Movement.
Sermon for the Renewal of Ordination Vows| Ned Morris
Sermon for the Renewal of Ordination Vows
Each year, clergy from around EDUSC gather at Trinity Cathedral during Holy Week for the Renewal of Ordination Vows. This year, Ned Morris (Rector, Church of the Advent, Spartanburg) gave the sermon.