Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Heartfelt meeting of hearts, minds, hands, and oh yes, they're Anglicans

Bishop Marc (Andrus, of the Diocese of California, my former home) and a team of lay people and clergy are in South Africa. They are (all of them, not just Marc) blogging about their observations and experiences. Well worth a read. This is a blog in many voices, so don't just read the latest post.

The occasion for the South Africa trip is the TEAM conference. TEAM means Toward Effective Anglican Mission and the website for the conference is here. The Episcopal News Service is covering the conference here.

Richard at Caught by the Light noted a few days ago that this is where the heart of the Anglican Communion really is.

Have a look at the links. We're talking hungers of the world here, and people from 30 of the Anglican Communion's 38 provinces, together to make a difference in addressing these hungers.

Oh, oops, am I talking about Anglicans again? More in my next post(s) on life back in teaching-land and my wildly interdisciplinary course on health, spirituality, and justice. But I have to post a few things on the course website and get a handout ready for tomorrow. Yes, it's 11:30 p.m. and my work day isn't finished yet. Spring break must be over!

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