Crossing Social Margins

Although this blog has been the central place for me to write (especially during Lent) for the past several years, I know that this year I have focused my efforts on getting another blog project, Faith from the Margins to the Web, off the ground.

I’m grateful to the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia for inviting me to write about the project.  It really has been an amazing experience to bring people together across different social margins with their main point of commonality being the weekly Gospel lesson from the Revised Common Lectionary.  I’m amazed week after week by how those who participate engage each other, and share the presence of God in their lives.

Please take a few minutes to read the article below, where I talk about how this project came to be and the ways it continues to transform me.  And please, follow and share Faith from the Margins to the web by email, facebook, twitter, or instagram.  Not just for me (although I appreciate it!) but so that these stories of faith and hope can find their ways to speak across the vastness of the web.  God is revealed in every person we meet.

Faith from the Margins in Virginia Episcopalian


About harasprice

Professor of Social Work and Priest in The Episcopal Church, parent, teacher, learner, writer, advocate, and grateful traveller along this journey through life
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