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Anglicans Episcopalians on twitter

The Anglican Twitter Communion

compass-rose-twitterIf you don’t use twitter, skip this post and go and watch a sunset or bake some muffins…

Fr. Roderick is compiling a list of Roman Catholics on twitter. If you are Anglican/Episcopalian or (as most visitors to this site would be) in tune with liturgical, lectionary-based worship and spirituality and you are on twitter you are invited to add your profile here. If you are Roman Catholic (as my previous sentence I hope made clear to others) I am not trying to be exclusivist here (any time spent on this site would highlight its ecumenical intent) – but I’m not wanting to compete with, but rather complement, Fr. Roderick’s work.

If you are on twitter, please add your details in the comments box. Very important: Please use your full twitter URL instead of filling in your “website” – so that those who want to can click directly through to your twitter profile. Write a little about yourself – you know the drill – less than 160 characters: we would like your name; then about you: Organist, Sunday School teacher, bishop, Youth group leader, Lay Reader, priest,…; where you are: diocese, country,…; some interests…

Please contact me if you find someone in the list who is not appropriately there.

Please let me know if someone has done this already previously.

We want a short description (no greetings or conclusions – less than 160 characters) and we want to be able to get to your twitter profile quickly if we are interested.

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45 Responses to Anglicans Episcopalians on twitter

  1. Priest in the Church of England and psychotherapist. Hampshire, UK. Interests: Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy; Jungian archetypes and liturgy; walking with my (black) dog; whiskey from Jura and Islay.

  2. Member, Christ Church Christiana Hundred, Greenville,DE,USA. Former senior warden, Trinity Parish, Wilmington, DE.Former chair, communications, Diocese of Delaware. Former editor-in-chief, president & CEO, the News-Journal papers, Wilmington, DE.

  3. Member, Shared Ministry Team member, choir member (tenor)
    Prescot Parish Church
    Liverpool Diocese, England
    Freelance writer, creative, arts professional
    Interests: Arts, film, music, linguistics, humour, biblical scholarship

  4. I am the coordinator of http://www.twitter.com/episcopalcafe , which is primarily a feedstream, but occasionally pipe up when there are problems with the feed or activity/conversation within Twitter that bears bringing attention to.

    I am also http://www.twitter.com/helenmosher where I dabble in Tweet-up comedy and social media trenchancy and make pithy observations on my busy busy life. I consider myself a humorist, but whether you do or not is subject to personal opinion; I haven’t been able to persuade a publisher that I am.

    Yet.

    Because of the high volume of things I post there, and because so many people follow me, I just ask that people introduce themselves to me by commenting on my blog or sending a quick @ reply via Twitter; otherwise I tend not to follow back.

    For anyone who wonders “why Twitter,” here’s something I wrote for my employer, AFCEA International that might be helpful.
    http://afcea.org/signal/signal2.0/twitter.asp

    Lastly, I’m trying to beat a compulsive eating disorder and lose the 70 or so pounds I gained since 2005, and blog/tweet relatively anonymously on that matter. If anyone is interested in following that stream, let me know and I’ll pass it along.

  5. Yes I am on Twitter, I love it. http://www.twitter.com/ruthiegledhill
    My blog Articles of Faith is also on Twitter:
    http://www.twitter.com/ArticlesofFaith

    I made two profiles because I thought there might be some religious folk who didn’t want to see me going on about pregnant cats, baking cookies and photographing pretty flowers, and also because all my friends interested in pregnant cats might not appreciate being bombarded with comments from my blog.

  6. I live near Houston and attend St. Francis Episcopal Church in College Station, Texas. I am in the second year of a three year Episcopal training program to be a Spiritual Director. In my work life, I specialize in Information Technology Complexity (understanding it and getting rid of it) so most of my tweets are on that subject. But simplicity also has theological aspects, so who knows where I might go! I can be found at http://twitter.com/RogerSessions.
    Pax Christi,
    Roger

  7. I attend St. John’s Episcopal Church in Murray, Ky. I am a member of Trustees and Council for the Diocese of Kentucky and am chair of the Diocese budget committee. Rose Bogal-Allbritten, my spouse, is an Episcopal Deacon. My profession is clinical counselor and I am director of the counseling center at Murray State University.

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