Kirkepiscatoid

Random and not so random musings from a 5th generation NE Missourian who became a 1st generation Episcopalian. Let the good times roll!


(Elevators at the Empire State Building courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

Recently, The Lead asked loyal Episcopalian leaders, "What's your elevator speech?"

"Elevator speech" is roughly defined as a statement that distills your organization down to statements the length of what would fit on an elevator ride.


I was a little disappointed that the comments I've seen, both initially in the article, and around the Internet were...well...longer than an elevator speech.


Here's mine about the Episcopal church:  

"I was away from organized religion for over 20 years.  I thought I'd never go back to church in a million years...but when I found the Episcopal Church I found a place that God knew I could call 'home'."

What's yours?

2 comments:

Growing up in the Episcopal church, I never felt that anything I could do would push me away from God, or that my gender my made me less-than. It's the message I want the world to hear.

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