The sleep-deprived minds of Deputy Belton Zeigler, Upper South Carolina, and Center Aisle writer John Ohmer got to wondering about “The Screwtape Letters.” If there was an update for General Convention to C.S. Lewis’ famous exchange between two devils, in which the senior devil advises his nephew on […]
My granddaughter Lily and I were having a chat several weeks ago as I was driving her to preschool. “Some families have two moms, some families have two dads, and my family has a mom and a dad,” she said. My response? “Families are wonderful.” Lily already has, […]
Issue 6 of Center Aisle features the Rt. Rev. Ted Gulick on icons of steadfast love, plus analyses and features on the budgeting and structure processes. You can access today’s issue in several convenient ways! Read the user-friendly Web mag Download a PDF (preferred for iPad users) Check […]
After spirited debate, the House of Deputies passed two resolutions on Palestine, B019 and C060, calling for the end of hostilities between Palestine and Israel, and asking that the Church work harder to educate Episcopalians about the situation in the Middle East. In presenting B019, “Israeli-Palestinian Peace and […]
“Pastoral … not divisive” became the mantra of World Mission as it worked to craft two substitute resolutions on how the Episcopal Church should respond to the Anglican Covenant and the Anglican Communion. B005 Substitute, “Ongoing Commitment to The Anglican Covenant Process,” would have General Convention “decline to […]
Twelve years ago, I sat in on every session of Committee on the Church and Human Sexuality, otherwise known as Special Committee 25, and marveled at how well members of that committee worked together. After 10 days of hard work, it was clear that the Holy Spirit had […]
Center Aisle brings you a recap of what you might have missed – Glee-style – for days 3 and 4 of GC77.