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A Good and Faithful Servant: The Rev. Thomas W. Cain

A Good and Faithful Servant: The Rev. Thomas W. Cain

Written by Kathy H. Culmer, DMin on

Defying odds, challenging systems, and keeping the faith, were the ongoing struggles of the African American preacher. At times it may have seemed that he carried the weight of the world, but if not the world, then certainly the weight of a people.

St. Stephen's Orchestra Gives Remote Community Concert

St. Stephen's Orchestra Gives Remote Community Concert

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Members of the St. Stephen’s Episcopal School Upper School orchestra performed a remote concert in mid-April to the delight of the entire school community. St. Stephen’s 11th grader Matthew Kim served as concertmaster for their rendition of “La Cumparsita,” a popular tango by Gerardo Matos...

The Church Blinded by Color … Still Coming into View

The Church Blinded by Color … Still Coming into View

Written by Kathy H. Culmer, DMin on

In 1883, during the Sewanee Conference, southern bishops had met to devise a proposal to be voted upon by General Convention that would formally segregate Black and White Episcopalians. While the proposal failed to pass, southern dioceses, in retaliation, set up “colored convocations” as...

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