The first #mySSW chat was a huge success! Today's chat focused on strategies and ideas about how to attract students to your Episcopal Student Center. Many thanks to our guest, the Rev. Erin Warde (@therevEJ), Campus Missioner at Baylor University and Southwest alum. Be sure to check out #mySSW chat every Wednesday at 11am CDT this summer!
Seminary of the Southwest will host a Twitter Chat every Wednesday at 11:00 am CDT from June 12 - August 12, 2013. The #mySSW Summer Chat Series will have topics about Young Adult Ministries, Campus Ministries, Latino Ministries, etc. The #mySSW Chats are to encourage conversation about topics of interest and to help provide a platform to build relationships with others in the Episcopal Church through social media.
#mySSW Summer Chat Series
Rising senior William "Rod" Clark will spend two months in Peru learning about the mission of the Anglican Diocese of Peru. Rod's blog is launched and we invite you to follow along.
MDiv seniors Jodi and Christian Baron and Eric Holloway will blog this month from the Dominican Republic thanks to a grant from the Seminary Consultation on Mission (SCOM).
You are invited to follow them here and on Twitter @baron_jodi
T.J. and Annie Freeman enjoy Austin, even in the hot summer. Follow their We Heart Austin posts for their favorite places to hang out in this great city. T.J. has completed his second year towards an MDiv. They came to us from the Diocese of Indianapolis.
T.J. and Annie Freeman came to Austin in 2011 from the Diocese of Indianapolis. T.J. has just finished his second year towards his M.Div. degree, and we asked them to share their favorite spots in this great city.
We hope you enjoy reading, and we'd love to hear your favorites too.
As Boston continues to recover from Monday’s terrorist attack, we at Trinity Church continue to pray for our city and especially for those who were maimed, killed, or who lost loved ones in the bomb blasts. A day of happy celebration—Patriots Day, a winning day for the Red Sox, and above all the Boston Marathon—was turned into a nightmare of screams and bloodshed.