Offered by the Episcopal Parish Network (formerly known as CEEP)
Join this panel discussion for a virtual gathering of leaders from across the Episcopal Church for a lively mix of history, theology, and strategic reflection. Together they will explore what the church’s pandemic experience in the 14th century might suggest about the church’s witness today. What might be new, enlivened or emboldened in the church’s witness for our own day? How do we imagine theology, liturgy, and ecclesiology will be transformed in the coming decades because of what we are living right now?
Jessica Brown – Counseling Psychologist; Assistant Professor of Counseling and Practical Theology, Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology, Virginia Union University; Richmond, Virginia
Robert Flanagan – Interim Priest, Diocese of New York; Adjunct Faculty, General Theological Seminary; Author, Courage to Thrive: Finding Joy and Hope in the Midst of Mental Health Struggles; Bridgewater, Connecticut
James Harlan – Canon Evangelist, Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia; Newport News, Virginia