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Podcast by Episcopal Migration Ministries

HomeTown Episcopal Migration Ministries

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0, 11 Ratings

Podcast by Episcopal Migration Ministries

    Virtual Book Club Kits

    Virtual Book Club Kits

    Today's episode features an introduction to EMM's latest offering - Virtual Book Club Guides. These guides provide instruction and resources to hold virtual book clubs. All of the books featured cover migration issues from various perspectives and experiences.

    Hometown is a podcast from Episcopal Migration Ministries.

    Check out EMM’s blog for latest updates, opportunities, and alerts:
    Blog: https://episcopalmigrationministries.org/blog/

    Our theme song was composed and recorded by Abraham Mwinda Ikando. Find his music at
    https://abrahammwinda.bandcamp.com/
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    Episcopal Migration Ministries: www.episcopalmigrationministries.org,
    www.facebook.com/emmrefugees, Twitter & Instagram, @emmrefugees

    • 4 min
    Station 14: Jesus is laid in the tomb

    Station 14: Jesus is laid in the tomb

    Today’s reflection on Station 14 - Jesus is Laid in the Tomb- comes from The Rev. Charles “Chuck” Wynder, Jr. , Officer for Social Justice & Engagement on the Presiding Bishop’s Staff for The Episcopal Church. He works to build capacity for advocacy, embodied witness, and community engagement around social and racial justice in communities throughout the Episcopal Church.
    Chuck studied at the Episcopal Divinity School, MDiv ’12. A Truman Scholar, he is a native of Hampton, Virginia and is a graduate of Syracuse University and the University of Michigan Law School. He is married to Bethany Dickerson Wynder. They reside in Washington, D.C. where they are raising their son Charles Allen Wynder, III (Chase).

    Hometown is a podcast from Episcopal Migration Ministries.

    Check out EMM’s blog for latest updates, opportunities, and alerts:
    Blog: https://episcopalmigrationministries.org/blog/

    Our theme song was composed and recorded by Abraham Mwinda Ikando. Find his music at https://abrahammwinda.bandcamp.com/
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    Episcopal Migration Ministries: www.episcopalmigrationministries.org, www.facebook.com/emmrefugees, Twitter & Instagram, @emmrefugees

    • 5 min
    Station 13: The body of Jesus is placed in the arms of his mother

    Station 13: The body of Jesus is placed in the arms of his mother

    Today’s reflection on Station 13 - The body of Jesus is placed in the arms of his mother - comes from The Revd Matthew Dumont-Machowski. Matthew is a senior seminarian at Virginia Theological Seminary and has recently been ordained to the transitional diaconate in the Diocese of Virginia. Originally from Poland, Matthew has lived his entire adult life as an immigrant on three different continents. Matthew moved to the United States from the United Kingdom with his husband in 2017. Prior to their move, he served as a research fellow and lecturer in Middle Eastern Politics and Security at the University of London. He has previously worked for the UK Houses of Parliament and political think-tanks in the UK and the Middle East. Matthew is passionate about inter-faith relations, reconciliation, peace-making, and the refugee crisis around the world.

    Hometown is a podcast from Episcopal Migration Ministries.

    Check out EMM’s blog for latest updates, opportunities, and alerts:
    Blog: https://episcopalmigrationministries.org/blog/

    Our theme song was composed and recorded by Abraham Mwinda Ikando. Find his music at https://abrahammwinda.bandcamp.com/
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    Episcopal Migration Ministries: www.episcopalmigrationministries.org, www.facebook.com/emmrefugees, Twitter & Instagram, @emmrefugees

    • 5 min
    Station 12: Jesus dies on the cross

    Station 12: Jesus dies on the cross

    Today’s reflection on Station 12 - Jesus dies on the cross- comes from The Rev. Jaime Briceño, a transitional Deacon for Episcopal Diocese of Chicago, Director of Admission and Recruitment, and Digital Missioner for Bexley Seabury Seminary. Jaime is from Costa Rica, with an MA Theology degree in Systematic Theology, and Interreligious dialogue from Catholic Theological Union in Chicago.
    Hometown is a podcast from Episcopal Migration Ministries.

    Check out EMM’s blog for latest updates, opportunities, and alerts:
    Blog: https://episcopalmigrationministries.org/blog/

    Our theme song was composed and recorded by Abraham Mwinda Ikando. Find his music at https://abrahammwinda.bandcamp.com/
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    Episcopal Migration Ministries: www.episcopalmigrationministries.org, www.facebook.com/emmrefugees, Twitter & Instagram, @emmrefugees

    • 4 min
    Station 11: Jesus is nailed to the cross

    Station 11: Jesus is nailed to the cross

    Today’s reflection on Station 11 - Jesus is nailed to the cross - comes from The Rev. Canon Amy Real Coulta, Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of Kentucky. She serves on the board of Kentucky Refugee Ministries, which has worked with local congregations to resettle refugee families across Kentucky for 30 years. She is a native of Louisville, where she lives with her husband, Kevin.

    Hometown is a podcast from Episcopal Migration Ministries.

    Check out EMM’s blog for the latest updates, opportunities, and alerts:
    Blog: https://episcopalmigrationministries.org/blog/

    Our theme song was composed and recorded by Abraham Mwinda Ikando. Find his music at https://abrahammwinda.bandcamp.com/

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    Episcopal Migration Ministries: www.episcopalmigrationministries.org, www.facebook.com/emmrefugees, Twitter & Instagram, @emmrefugees

    • 4 min
    Station 10: Jesus is stripped of his garments

    Station 10: Jesus is stripped of his garments

    Today’s reflection on Station 10 - Jesus is stripped of his garments - comes from The Rev. Jean Baptiste Ntagengwa. Currently Canon for Immigration and Multicultural Ministries in the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, The Rev. Jean Baptiste Ntagengwa, Th.D. spent his early years in Rwanda, where much of his extended family still lives. His diverse career has included accounting, finance, and economics, academia, refugee resettlement and case management, hospital chaplaincy, parish and diocesan-level ministry in Rwanda, Kenya, and Massachusetts. He and his wife Christine live in Everett and have three children, Jean-Fidele, Peace, and Moses and one grandson, Josiah.

    Hometown is a podcast from Episcopal Migration Ministries.

    Check out EMM’s blog for the latest updates, opportunities, and alerts:
    Blog: https://episcopalmigrationministries.org/blog/

    Our theme song was composed and recorded by Abraham Mwinda Ikando. Find his music at https://abrahammwinda.bandcamp.com/
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    Episcopal Migration Ministries: www.episcopalmigrationministries.org, www.facebook.com/emmrefugees, Twitter & Instagram, @emmrefugees

    • 6 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Acmstebbing ,

Great podcast!

Now I can stay in touch with what is happening in refugee resettlement AND catch up with The Good Book Club!
Really enjoy the podcast, the stories, the reflections, and the history. Good job!

C. M. Six ,

Excellent!

Extraordinary podcasting, bringing the stories going on all around me directly into my home. The work Episcopal Migration Ministries undertakes is that of the Gospel: gathering, inviting, visiting, telling, committing to doing the work God has given us to do. Well done!

Episcopal girl ,

Great podcast

Great work! Love the podcast, especially how you are bringing together refugee work and our Baptismal call as Christians to welcome all people. Thank you for putting this together. I look forward to new episodes!

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