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Episcopal Etiquette And Ethics

Living The Craft Of Priesthood In The Episcopal Church

Episcopal Etiquette And Ethics

Living The Craft Of Priesthood In The Episcopal Church

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Publisher: Church Publishing Inc
ISBN: 9780819224064
Number of Pages: 117
Published: 01/05/2012
Width: 14 cm
Height: 21.6 cm
A distinctive resource that deals with all the practicalities of the Episcopal culture for those preparing for--and exercising--ministry in the Episcopal Church What is the appropriate attire for an Episcopal priest at the events associated with the service in the Book of Common Prayer, the "Celebration and Blessing of a Marriage?" What does it mean to be an icon of Christ at a cocktail party? How does one live with sensitive confidential information from a parishioner? These questions might seem almost trivial yet are deeply serious. The Episcopal Church is a distinctive culture: effective ministry needs an understanding of the distinctive Episcopal culture. At one level, this is a book that introduces and explains the Episcopal faith to a potential priest who wants to be effective in this world. At another level, this book is a reflection on the meaning and nature of the holy mystery of priesthood. Drawing upon his rich parish experience in the Episcopal Church, Hawkins distils a wealth of practical experience and tips to enhance the training of seminarians and the ministries of established priests. Hawkins takes the reader through the pastoral offices with theological reflection and vignettes in order to encourage "good priestly habits." Ideal reading for anyone wishing to serve the Episcopal Church in an ordained capacity.

James Barney Hawkins IV

Barney Hawkins is Vice President, Associate Dean, and Professor at Virginia Theological Seminary and has more than 30 years of parish experience.

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