The Lion, the Witch, and the Church?

There are a handful of books I’ve read and re-read over the years. For reasons I won’t go into now, starting in November I typically read all seven books of C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia. I don’t know ho...

The power of sharing stories

I’ve shared before that I am a lifelong Episcopalian. So it’s worth noting that I have been a member of the same congregation for virtually all of it. My first memory, or awareness, of church is of Jean MacG...

A community of encouragement

About four years ago, St. Barnabas, Montgomery, began an intentional transformation process that included a search for a new rector. Our founding rector, George A. Hill III, retired in 2012. In 2014, a Self-Stu...

Count me in!

Giving Project engages entire congregation For approximately the past six months, a small stewardship team comprised of five people at St. James, Westwood, worked on a stewardship drive we called the Giving Pr...

First Ladies Health Day

St. Andrew’s, Evanston, along with Lee Chapel AME Church and Christ Temple Baptist Church participated in the October 8 citywide Family Health Day sponsored by the Cincinnati First Ladies For Health at Evanston...

Reimagining Church

Reimagining Church  A workshop series to help congregations reach beyond traditional worship and bring the Church to more people All workshops will be held at St. John’s, Columbus from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Regis...

Accepting imperfection

We’re all a mess. It’s a phrase I use a lot. If the first step toward health is acknowledging we have a problem and seeking help, then we’ve got that down. We are imperfect human beings in need of God’s grac...