Viewerâs 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); Book of Common Prayer, p. 815 (segment I) and p. 832 (segment VII).
Closing prayers: The Rev. Lynn A. Collins, D. Min. (segments I - V, VII); Book of Common Prayer, p. 838 (segment VI).
Musical Selections Taken From:
âMy House Must Be Filledâ
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âIt Is Well With My Soulâ
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Full video credits can be found in the closing sequences on Tape I and Tape II.
Miss Jeannette Brown, J.D., Deputy for Diocesan Ministries & Social Witness,
The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut
The Rev. Lynn A. Collins, D. Min., Missioner, Black and Urban Episcopal Ministries,
Episcopal Church Center, NYC
The Rev. D. Kortright Davis, Ph. D, Professor of Theology,
Howard University School of Divinity, Washington DC
The Rt. Rev. Walter D. Dennis, Suffragan Bishop, Retired,
The Episcopal Diocese of New York
The Rev. Canon Edward W. Rodman, D.D., Canon Missioner,
The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts
The Rt. Rev. Orris G. Walker, Jr., D.D., Bishop,
The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island
The Rt. Rev. Arthur B. Williams, Jr., D.D., Bishop Suffragan,
The Episcopal Diocese of Ohio
Director: The Rev. Lynn A. Collins, D. Min.
Producer: David Gordon Productions, in collaboration with Black Episcopal bishops,
The Union of Black Episcopalians, and Black and Urban Episcopal Ministries
Narrative: The Rev. Lynn A. Collins, D. Min. and Daniel Jatovsky
Editing: Daniel Jatovsky
Film Crew Arranged By: The Rev. Clement W.K. (Kris) Lee, Director,
ECUSA Media Services, Episcopal Church Center, NYC
Music Consultants: Barbara Fairfax, B.S., New York City;
The Rev. Todd OâNeal, M. Div., Kentucky
Errata From Video Credits
Mr. Edric Bain, a former president of the Union of Black Episcopalians, is not included in the closing sequence on the video.
St. Matthewâs and St. Josephâs Church has two founding dates. The congregation first gathered in 1846, and the congregation applied for membership into the Episcopal Church in 1853.
The Hon. Byron Rushing and Diane Pollard are former advisors to the president of the House of Deputies.
The etching of the slave gallery shown in the video was of St. Augustineâs Episcopal Church in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York.