He researched Mexican religious symbolism in Mexico and at US parishes with successful ministry to Mexican immigrants. He developed a website for the Diocese of Utah to educate non-Mexican people of faith about Mexican religious symbolism and to inform the use of religious symbols by parishes who wish to become more welcoming to Mexican immigrants.
He taught, studied and lived in community at Leonard Kamungu Theological College in Malawi.
Billy Webster wrote and produced a rock opera, Bold Enough to Say. The performance piece is based on twelve songs he wrote in response to meditating on the Lord’s Prayer. It premiered in Brooklyn at the church of St. Luke and St. Matthew in October, 2014. The second performance was at Garden City Community Church … Read More »
With the support of the Bishop of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, he held a successful conference in March 2012 to explore establishing an Episcopal church in Krakow. The Polish Episcopal Network continues to work for an expanded presence in Poland.
The Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart has been working to establish the Center for the Study of Faith in Justice at Calvary Episcopal in DC. She has convened a number of events at Calvary, designed to support mutual understanding between church members and those seeking justice. She has developed a network of support within the Diocese of Washington … Read More »
He explored evangelism through community organizing by visiting several emergent communities and received training in community organizing. He co-led a “Fridays at the Seminary” for area clergy and developed a resource for use by others.
She piloted an 8-week summer program of service in an intentional community for young adults during the summer of 2014. The participants lived a Rule of Life in Dallas, including prayer, work, hospitality, renewal and study.