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”Justin Cannon was raised in the Episcopal Church, and later interest in Catholic, Orthodox, and Quaker theologies led towards an ecumenical perspective that recognizes a deep sense of unity among Christians that transcends the walls of denominations.
He is currently attending seminary at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley, California (USA) as he pursues priesthood within the Episcopal Church. May God help those who he may someday be given to pastor, may God help Mr.
We hear and believe the message that God loves all people. “The Episcopal Church Welcomes You” is not just a sentence on our signs.
We strive to share that welcome with each other and those we encounter in our lives.
We made national and worldwide headlines a decade ago for consecrating the first openly gay bishop.
Yes, we talk about sex and how God is present in sexual relationships.
And the matchmaking service really did help…we have so much in common!
Our churches include the National Cathedral in Washington, D. and communities that gather to worship in homes and homeless shelters.
Our Sunday Eucharist is celebrated in over a dozen languages, including Spanish and several Native American languages, and we strive to become a more diverse church. Our outline of faith states, “We understand the meaning of the Bible by the help of the Holy Spirit, who guides the Church in the true interpretation of the Scriptures.” The Bible is the epic, challenging, and life-changing story of God’s relationship with humanity.
We recognize that sexuality is part of our created humanity.
We also spend time in deep prayer and action for peace, for equality for all people, for dignity for those on the margins of society, for welcome to the outcast , and for justice for the poor.