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Public Statements by Bishop Ken Carter

The Bishop's Blog May 29, 2020

May 7   I express my profound sadness and anger in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.  His life mattered and matters. Our annual conference has affirmed this, we have written statements about profiling and...


The Bishop's Blog March 27, 2020

Guest Blogger - Paul W. Chilcote, PhD - I recently heard a new description for these unprecedented times in which we are living: “The Great Adaptation.” That label emerges from one of the central questions for a time such as this: What within each of us must adapt for the good of all? If we are fighting a battle against a virus as a human family, we are also fighting a more ancient battle against inherent selfishness.

A Report from St. Louis: Monday

The Bishop's Blog February 25, 2019

I wrote this prayer two years ago. I share it again today, slightly revised. O God whose nature and name is love: We pray for the light that shines in the darkness, the radiant light that we see in ...

A Report from St. Louis: Sunday

The Bishop's Blog February 25, 2019

The day began at 7:15 am, when we gathered for the processional into opening worship. I was honored to preach the sermon, which was taken from Ephesians 2, 3 and 4. As I told many people, one of my ...

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