Thursday, 24 March 2011

Sewanee visit (1)

The two days I spent in Tennessee this week were mostly devoted to visiting four friends who happen to be at the School of Theology of the University of the South in Sewanee, TN.

I’ll write some more about this visit tomorrow. In the meantime you can view the unsorted and unedited photo’s of my trip at my flickr page

FYI.  Regarding the photo’s

1.Wayne (Farrell) is a senior seminarian from St. Boniface on Siesta Key, Sarasota, FL.  His wife Trish was sadly unable to join us for dinner.

2. Karen (Meridith) was a parishioner when I was Rector of St. James’s, Cambridge, MA.  She is now the Director of the Sewanee based programme, “Education for Ministry”.

3. Tracy (Wells Miller) was also a Cambridge parishioner. She is now a middler seminarian at Sewanee.  Her husband Thomasjohn is in one of the dinner part pictures.

4. Ben (King) is the Associate Professor of Church History. He and I were good colleagues when he was first a Curate at the Church of the Advent in Boston, and then the Episcopal Chaplain at Harvard.


The University (owned by southern dioceses of the Episcopal Church) has its own Chapel -  “All Saints Chapel” -  which is more like a Cathedral!

The School of Theology (Seminary) also has its own “Chapel of the Apostles” where I shared in Morning Prayer at 8:10 a.m. on March 23rd, and later that morning for the 11:00 a.m. Community Eucharist.

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