Community Connections

Contributors to our blogs are faculty, alumni, and students of Seminary of the Southwest sharing their reflections from the context of a community of faith. We hope you enjoy reading, and we invite your comments.

Getting to Know Dean Cynthia Briggs Kittredge

Institutional Virtue

Reflection: 2013 Latino Ministry Conference #LMC13

Two months in Peru: mission, adventure, and study

Rising senior William "Rod" Clark spent two months in Peru learning about the mission of the Anglican Diocese of Peru. We invite you to read and view his adventures and reflections on mission. 

Rod's blog

#mySSW 6: Michael Wood (@finemwart) and Missions with Millennials

We Heart Austin in July

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.

#mySSW 5: @MeredithGould and The Social Media Gospel: Sharing the Good News in New Ways


Seminary of the Southwest's 5th #mySSW chat was with guest, Meredith Gould (@MeredithGould). Meredith's new book, The Social Media Gospel: Sharing the Good News in New Ways, was released this summer.  During the #mySSW chat, Meredith shared basic tips about social media.  

#mySSW 4: #Evangelism is not a dirty word with @JasonEvans

Our fourth chat of the #mySSW Summer Chat Series was with Jason Evans (@JasonEvans), Young Adult Missioner to the Episcopal Diocese of Washington. We talked about evangelism and it's misconceptions.  Thank you to Jason and everyone who participated.  There were many resource links shared, so be sure to check out the transcript! 

#mySSW 3: How does the Church create space for young adult leadership?

Today's #mySSW chat was jam packed with great information about how the Church can create space for young adult leadership.  A big "THANK YOU" goes out to Jason Sierra (@jaSiYammer), Officer of Young Adult and Campus Ministries for the Episcopal Church, for being our guest and providing us with great examples of successful young adult programs.

Be sure to check out our #mySSW chat every Wednesday at 11:00 am CDT on Twitter.  


#mySSW Chat Topic: "How does the Church create space for young adult leadership?"

This post was originally published on the website. is a program launched by Seminary of the Southwest. seeks to assist young adults in nurturing Christian vocation and discerning their vocations as lay and ordained leaders in the Episcopal Church.  

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