Bishop Hunn's Weekly
May 16, 2021
DRG Women's Ministries Upcoming Opportunities
The Diocese of the Rio Grande, lay and ordained, you are invited to participate in one or both of two exciting opportunities to gather together from across the diocese via Zoom.
Women's Ministry and the Brotherhood of St. Andrew are sponsoring a 6-month study of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry's book, Love is the Way: Holding on to Hope in Troubling Times. We'll read 2 chapters/month and meet on the 4th Thursday at 6:30PM (MT) via Zoom to discuss thoughts and insights. (Series starts April 22)
Cindy Davis interviews Presiding Bishop Curry.
As extreme weather continues to devastate communities in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Louisiana and beyond, please help us work with our local partners to provide relief and support. Make an urgent tax-deductible donation to Episcopal Relief & Development today.
The Episcopal Church
For People Podcast Continues its 50th Episode Celebration
With Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
In part 2 of this episode, Bishop Wright and Presiding Bishop Michael Curry continue their conversation, sharing how love is the most durable element in this world and how other-centeredness is the antidote for self-centeredness.
They openly discuss the Church’s response to multiple pandemics and the challenges they faced. Presiding Bishop shares a personal reflection on COVID-19 and the lessons learned from isolation.
Listen NowThis is part 2 of a 2-part special release. If you missed part 1, listen to the episode here – an engaging conversation about Easter and what it means to follow Jesus.
From Many, One: Conversations Across Difference“Conversation with others across difference is not just a nice thing to do. It is a spiritual practice of love in action.”
– Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
“The body is not made up of one part but of many.”
– 1 Corinthians 12:14
What do you love? What have you lost? Where does it hurt? What do you dream?
“From Many, One: Conversations Across Difference” is a campaign inviting Episcopalians and our neighbors to engage in one-to-one listening and sharing across the many differences that separate us.
Echoing the Latin phrase on the U.S. seal – E Pluribus (“from many”) Unum (“one”) – and following in the footsteps of Jesus, we trust that the spiritual practice of conversation across difference can help to knit us all into a diverse, more perfect union.
Visit From Many, One for more information on how to engage further with with this important campaign.