Episcopal

Reforming and reformed

By Bishop Ann Svennungsen As a kid I would never have imagined that Lutheran Church would play such a key role in the ecumenical movement. We weren’t especially ecumenical in Shelby, Montana. And yet, before I entered fourth grade, Lutherans were beginning to lead. I’ve always imagined that the more mainline churches would take the [...]

For All My Relations

By Bob Hulteen “In the beginning, God created … “ What a profound context we reside in – God’s creation. And we are all “the created,” siblings directly with all people, but related as well to all living things. We are all of the stuff that God brought into existence, from igneous rock to sperm [...]

2018-11-12T13:35:50-06:00November 12th, 2018|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

We’re in this together

By Bishop Ann Svennungsen What words would best capture my feelings three Saturdays ago when our Synod Assembly elected me to a second term? I was truly overwhelmed with joy and gratitude. Any call process is full of mystery. And the process for electing a bishop is particularly so – as a call committee of [...]