Video: Presiding Bishop preaches during Union of Black Episcopalians Eucharist

[Episcopal News Service – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry preached at African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas during a July 25 Eucharist commemorating the 225th anniversary of the black presence in the Episcopal Church.

“The child you save today may save you tomorrow,” was Curry’s refrain during the sermon. He called on people of faith and politicians, including President Donald Trump, to ensure a safe and secure future for all children.

The service was part of the Union of Black Episcopalians’ 49th annual conference, held at a nearby Cherry Hill, New Jersey, hotel. The UBE met jointly for the first time with the African Descent Lutheran Association and Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton presided at the Eucharist.

– The Rev. Mary Frances Schjonberg is senior editor and reporter for the Episcopal News Service.

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  1. Joy James Williams says:

    Bishop Michael always has something to say that is worth listening to. Here is the old story told with passion, drama, humour and limitless JOY! Here is someone who knows how to engage the intellect, the emotions…the whole person. I have never ever thought of Donald Trump and Aunt Hagar in one and the same sentence! I have listened to many of the Presiding Bishop’s taped sermons, and have never been disappointed; he is always inspired and inspiring and every time I have been challenged to “Lift High The Cross, the love of Christ proclaim..” What a blessing we have in this preacher servant.

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