Tell Me Something Good highlights positive stories from around the church through conversations with a variety of guests.
Episode 2 is now available: The Rev. Isaac Everett talks about the Charles River Episcopal Co-Housing Endeavor (CRECHE) Community in Boston, which creates and supports a network of mixed-income, intergenerational, co-housing communities in partnership with The Episcopal Church. This episode digs into what it means to equip all the baptized and to root our faith in home practices. It also highlights how following Jesus’ lead by asking “what do you need?” can revolutionize the Eucharistic experience.
New episodes of Tell Me Something Good will be released every two weeks and will be available for viewing, along with Season 1, on The Episcopal Church website here, on Facebook here, and on Instagram TV @theepiscopalchurch.
Find more information and ideas for Episcopal Evangelism here: https://www.episcopalchurch.org/ministries/evangelism/
Have ideas for shows or questions about Episcopal Evangelism? Email series hosts Jerusalem Greer, Episcopal Church staff officer for evangelism, and the Rev. Canon Marcus Halley, dean of formation of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut at email@example.com, or call 212-716-6219.