"For All the Saints" - Priests and parishioners from All Saints Episcopal Church in Birmingham, Ala., reflect on relevant issues with thoughtfulness, Gods grace, and a little humor.
For All the Saints, Episode 13 - 5.12
Homewood High School seniors George Breeden, Price Ledbetter, Michael Moorman, and Gabe Quijano discuss various topics both sacred and secular, including the color indigo, the intersection of science and faith, cryptozoology, and the meaning of life. Tune in for conversation both intellectual and silly (and we hope not approaching heresy).
For All the Saints, Episode 12 - 1.15
Today, our Associate Rector, The Rev. Charles Youngson, and the Senior Director of Pastoral Care at UAB Hospital, The Rev. Dr. Malcolm Marler, discuss best practices for pastoral care and what it means to serve on a Care Team.
For All the Saints, Episode 11 - 10.6
Welcome back to For All the Saints podcast from All Saints Episcopal Church in Birmingham, Alabama, as The Rev. Mary Bea Sullivan continues in a conversation with The Rev. Dr. Christopher Hamlin. In today's episode, Mary Bea and Chris reflect on Chris' work with the 1917 HIV Clinic at UAB, his work with author and theologian Howard Thurman, and reflect on the current racial division in our nation, and how we can work together to be the body of Christ in unity.
For All the Saints, Episode 10 - 9.22
Today, The Rev. Mary Bea Sullivan talks with longtime friend, The Rev. Dr. Christopher Hamlin. Chris is the pastor at Tabernacle Baptist Church. He also works at UAB's 1917 HIV clinic, and is the author of numerous books including,Behind the Stained Glass: A History of Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, and Teaching Church, written collectively by Chris and theRev. Sarah Jackson Shelton. Join us in this two-part series as we dive into Chris' background and call to ministry growing up in the divisive south during the civil rights movement.
For All the Saints, Episode 9 - 7.7
Join us to get to know our new interim rector, The Rev. Mary Bea Sullivan!
For All the Saints, Episode 8 - 6.10
In this episode, Kristin Blackerby, Director of Youth Ministries at All Saints, meets with Claire Cotten, Sawyerville Executive Director for Development and Communications, to talk about ways we can be better allies in the national and worldwide fight for racial reconciliation and justice.
New York Times: These Books Can Help You Explain Racism and Protest to Your Kids https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2020/06/02/parenting/kids-books-racism-protest.amp.html
Episcopal Church resource: Responding to Racist Violence (Learn, Pray, Act) https://episcopalchurch.org/responding-to-racist-violence
PBS: How to Talk to Your Kids About Anti-Racism https://www.pbssocal.org/education/at-home-learning/talk-kids-anti-racism-list-resources/
DioAla Lifelong Formation Facebook Group (where Lifelong Christian Formation Coordinator Kathy Graham is posting resources)
Fact check: Lonnie Johnson, inventor of the Super Soaker, was indeed born in Alabama, but in Mobile, not Birmingham or Huntsville.