A hilarious, heart-tugging, and inspiring description of Episcopal worship, on the blog Tertium Squid, by Gordon Atkinson.
Another powerful video reflection from the Anglican Church of Canada priest Scott McLeod:
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Here is Station #2 from the Anglican Church of Canada’s series of video reflections, created by Anglican priest Scott McLeod.
UCC pastor Lillian Daniels has written a terrific piece about people who say they believe in Jesus, but refuse to call themselves Christians. It begins:
It seems to be a growing trend—people who claim to love Jesus but don’t want to call themselves Christians. The latest to stake a claim for not staking a claim is Marcus Mumford, the front man of the wildly popular Mumford & Sons, whose Christian-themed lyrics have been a source of fascination to believers and nonbelievers alike.
In Rolling Stone’s upcoming cover story, Mumford demurred when asked if he considered himself a Christian, as a teaser on the magazine’s website revealed. “I don’t really like that word. It comes with so much baggage,” he said, in terms that many fans will relate to. “So, no, I wouldn’t call myself a Christian.”
Why should we call ourselves Christians? Why should we worship in community, or bother with the church? Read Lillian’s article here.
This series of Stations of the Cross video reflections is provided by the Rev. Scott McLeod, a priest of the Anglican Church of Canada.