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Red Church Door, hosted by Colin Chapman, seeks to meet the spiritual hunger in the world today by sharing stories and insights from people around the church who make it their life’s passion to help others experience the divine in new and powerful ways. Look for new episodes the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month.

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Red Church Door, hosted by Colin Chapman, seeks to meet the spiritual hunger in the world today by sharing stories and insights from people around the church who make it their life’s passion to help others experience the divine in new and powerful ways. Look for new episodes the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month.

    Renewing Our Spiritual Relationship with God

    Renewing Our Spiritual Relationship with God

    What does it look like when we experience Spiritual Renewal? On today's episode we talk about what renewal looks like in our own lives, and in the church.
    Our guests today...

    * Tina Pickering, Canon for Ministry Development for the Episcopal Church of NH
    * The Rev. Jay Sidebotham, Director of RenewalWorks & Associate Rector at St. James’ Parish in Wilmington, NC
    * Sue Gordon, Member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Manchester, NH

    For more information on RenewalWorks, visit: https://renewalworks.org/ (https://renewalworks.org/)

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    What is the Red Church Door Podcast?

    What is the Red Church Door Podcast?

    If you're new to the podcast, this is the place to start! Join our host, Colin Chapman, as we lead conversations with brilliant minds and deep thinkers in order to explore what it means to be on a spiritual journey. Episodes come out on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month. If you like what you hear, be sure to subscribe to the show wherever you listen to your podcasts. Finally, we welcome your thoughts - continue the conversation by emailing: colin@redchurchdoor.org.

    RCD Podcast - Episode 5 - Talking about Revival!

    RCD Podcast - Episode 5 - Talking about Revival!

    On May 4th, the Diocese of NH will host an Episcopal Revival in the town of Windham, NH. We’re very excited about the upcoming event and have dedicated this week’s Red Church Door podcast to talking about it. This week’s episode welcome three guests. The first is the Rev. Zachary Harmon, the Vicar of St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Hampstead, NH and one of the event’s co-chairs. He shares with Colin where he got the idea for a revival in NH and what has surprised him most about planning such an event. We also welcome Jerusalem Greer, Staff Officer for Evangelism on the Presiding Bishop’s staff. Jerusalem tells her story of how she went from growing up a Southern Baptism in Alaska to being the central point person for Revivals through the entire Episcopal Church. Finally, we offer you a segment from a previous episode of our sister podcast, Priest Pulse where it’s hosts, Colin and Fr. Benjamin Gildas, interview the Rev. Dr. Patricia Lyons - the guest leader for the May 4th revival. Tricia, currently serves in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington as Canon for Evangelism. She is also on the the Presiding Bishop’s Cabinet on Evangelism. Dr. Lyons is one of the most sought-after teachers, speakers and preachers on faith formation and evangelism across mainline denominations.
    Register for the Revival: NHEpiscopal.org/events/revival
    St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church: http://www.stchristophersnh.org/
    Jerusalem Greer: https://jerusalemgreer.com/
    Priest’s Pulse Episode with the Rev. Dr. Patricia Lyons
     

    RCD Sermon - The Rev. Elsa Worth - The 3rd Sunday in Lent

    RCD Sermon - The Rev. Elsa Worth - The 3rd Sunday in Lent

    This is your Red Church Door Sermon from Sunday, March 24th 2019 - The 3rd Sunday in Lent - from the Rev. Elsa Worth. This sermon was shared with the people of St. James Episcopal Church in Keene, NH where Elsa serves as Rector.
    The Lectionary Readings for this week's sermon can be found: here.
    You can visit St. James Episcopal in Keene online at: https://www.stjameskeene.com/ (https://www.stjameskeene.com/)
    Elsa Worth has been an ordained leader for 20 years, first as a Unitarian Universalist minister, and then as an Episcopal priest. She comes to St. James after 9 years in CT, where she served as rector at Christ Church in Bethany and Grace Church in Trumbull, as well as Associate Rector at Christ and Holy Trinity Church in Westport. She was the transitional deacon at St. Thomas Church and the chaplain at Wentworth Douglass Hospital, both in Dover, NH, and served as the minister of Second Parish in Hingham, MA. She is a graduate of Andover Newton Theological School, the NH Institute for Therapeutic Arts and Sarah Lawrence College.

    RCD Sermon - The Rev. Colin Chapman - The 2nd Sunday in Lent

    RCD Sermon - The Rev. Colin Chapman - The 2nd Sunday in Lent

    This is your Red Church Door Sermon from Sunday, March17th 2019 - the 2nd Sunday in Lent - from the Rev. Colin Chapman. This sermon was shared with the people of St. Peter’s Episcopal in Londonderry where Colin serves as rector.
    You can visit St. Peter’s Londonderry Online at: stpeterslondonderry.org (http://stpeterslondonderry.org)
    Colin Chapman is the Rector of St. Peter’s in Londonderry and also the host of the Red Church Door Podcast. Colin has been serving in Londonderry for 2.5 year and lives in town with his wife Christie and their three kids (Jack, Natalie, and Grace). Outside of church, Colin is an avid board and tabletop gamer

    Joan Bowers

    Joan Bowers

     
    Our guest on the Podcast today is Joan Bowers, is an example of someone and lives her lives both in the heart and in the head. She's an accomplished academic as well a teacher of spiritual directors (and a spiritual director herself). Joan is also the co-founder of the School for Spiritual Direction at Adelynrood Retreat and Conference Center in Byfield, MA. It's a beautiful and secluded center for retreat, prayer, and study.

    For those unfamiliar with Adelynrood, it serves as the central retreat and conference center for of the Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross, a diverse group of more than 800 women that has been around since the late 1800's.
    From their website: The companions find the dual emphasis on both spiritual growth and action in the world to be an ongoing blessing, and they find themselves upheld in their individual ministries by the corporate life of prayer and support in local chapters.
    In our conversation, Joan and I talk about her transition from academia to spiritual direction; the important of finding your own path in spiritual direction; and if you're interested, how you can find a spiritual director, and even find out more about the Companions at Adelynrood.
    Adelynrood Retreat and Conference Center (https://www.adelynrood.org/)
    Adelynrood School for Spiritual Directors (https://www.adelynrood.org/adelynrood-school-for-spiritual-direction2016-2017/)
    More about the Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross (https://www.adelynrood.org/schc-history/)
    Find a Spiritual Director (https://www.sdiworld.org/find-a-spiritual-director/seek-and-find-guide)
     

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