Monday, December 31, 2007
Meet and Greet New Year's Eve Edition
OK, Everyone, we have a lot of new guests at the party, let's show 'em some real revgals hospitality! Bring a beverage of your choice and enjoy!
Georgia girl, moved to the City. Episcopal priest, sometimes writer,and, of course, motivated coffee drinker. Meet: sarah.
I am a graduate student of counseling psychology & theology. Almost done with this dual master's program, only to seek out a chance to master the divine. Ok, so maybe that's not possible...but I am entering the discernment process for ordination in The Episcopal Church this winter. Meet: Eliza.
I am a 52 year old grandmother back in college, so I can go to seminary. Graduation is in sight: May 2008. I received a positive entrance decision for candidacy in the ELCA. We will explore various aspects of faith that I am passionate about, causes I care about etc. I will post devotional items as well as interesting articles I find. I have a particular concern for the Holy Land and the Arab people living there. I lived there for 6 1/2 years in the 80s. Meet: Ivy.
Second career pastor...Cat lover...Passionately Purple...Walking, sometimes slower sometimes faster, with the Spirit... I quietly, live on the edge...the edge of new possibilites in worship, in spirituality, in biblical studies. Meet: PS.
I am a thirty-something ordained minister of the Christian Church(Disciples of Christ). I grew up in Corpus Christi, TX and attended Texas Christian Univeristy and Brite Divinity School in Ft. Worth, TX. My family and I are recent transplants to Washington State. Meet: Rochelle.
Follower of the Way, Husband, Father, Pastor, Blogger. I am Joe Tiedemann. A United Methodist pastor who currently resides in Central New Jersey and is the pastor of an old church and a new church. Trinity United Methodist Church in Spotswood has been around for over 125 years and is a small church in a small town with a big ministry. Monroe Community Church is a church that was planted in 2003 and (more or less) launched at Easter in 2006. You can read more about the ministries at their respective websites or come for a visit. Meet: Joe.
There is a t-shirt that says "Born in Maine, Living in Exile." I lived in "exile" (actually a very nice place) for 32 years, and returned to Maine in 2005. That's not necessarily what all this is about, just the only title I could think of at the time. Meet: AuntieKnickers.
I'm a Midwest Scandinavian gal (yah sure, ya betcha!) who answered God's crazy call to be a pastor. Currently I am the pastor of a small Lutheran parish centered in a small town in North Dakota. I'm married to a great guy who has joined me in this wild and wooly calling of ordained ministry, and together we are the parents of a little girl, our miracle baby. Meet: P.S..
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