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June 3, 2003

Opening Prayer Leader Let us pray.

Everliving God, you have graciously acted in the lives of our ancestors in the faith; continue your affirming presence in your Church today, so that we may proclaim your love and action in the world. Amen.

Scripture Reading Read Joshua 24: 1-18...

June 3, 2003

During the seasons of the church year there are several logical times that Mine Eyes Have Seen the Savior: 400 Years of Black Episcopal Ministries can be used for the spiritual enrichment of the congregation. The series can be used as a Lenten study, an adult education series, or a special...

June 2, 2003

Mine Eyes Have Seen The Savior is an account of the experiences of Black Episcopalians in the shadows of social injustice and racial inequality, in a Church wrestling with the angels of demise. It is not the only story of Black Episcopal ministries; rather, it is the beginning of many stories...

June 2, 2003

By the Rt. Rev. Orris G. Walker, Diocese of Long Island

Mine Eyes Have Seen the Savior is a gift. The African-American community within our Church extends an invitation to the entire Episcopal Church to share in the retelling of our story, a story of a people uprooted and transplanted...

June 2, 2003

Viewer’s Study Guide Editor: The Rev. Lynn A. Collins, D. Min.

Questions Developed By: The Rev. Joy Browne, Ph.D.

Opening Prayers: The Rev. Gerald Collins, M. Div. (segments II and III); the Rev. Lorna Williams (segments IV and V); the Rev. Lynn A. Collins, D. Min., (segment VI...

June 2, 2003

Dedication

This video is dedicated to generations of men and women who carried the faith through generations of persecution. Through their witness and sacrifice they have immeasurably enriched the church, goading it from within, to live up to the promise of freedom for all as God has...

June 2, 2003

Mine Eyes Have Seen The Savior is an account of the experiences of Black Episcopalians in the shadows of social injustice and racial inequality, in a Church wrestling with the angels of demise. It is not the only story of Black Episcopal ministries; rather, it is the beginning of many stories...

June 2, 2003

Dedication

This video is dedicated to generations of men and women who carried the faith through generations of persecution. Through their witness and sacrifice they have immeasurably enriched the church, goading it from within, to live up to the promise of freedom for all as God has...

June 2, 2003

Viewer’s Study Guide Editor: The Rev. Lynn A. Collins, D. Min.

Questions Developed By: The Rev. Joy Browne, Ph.D.

Opening Prayers: The Rev. Gerald Collins, M. Div. (segments II and III); the Rev. Lorna Williams (segments IV and V); the Rev. Lynn A. Collins, D. Min., (segment VI...

April 30, 2003

Bishop Lloyd Emmanuel Allen, is the first Honduran born Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Honduras.  He became Bishop on October 20, 2001.

He was born in the city of Tela, Atlántida Department, on September 25th. He is married to Mrs. Rosa Martínez and has 4 children Antonio, Kevin,...

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