Question by TheophOlaSam: How can I reach all the fellow Chicago Episcopalian Church members?
St. Margaret Episcopal Church, South Side Chicago is calling on every Episcopalians to honor their Outreach program by helping us rebuild our Church that had a fire incident since February. Fundraiser Dinner Dance at the Refectory (5531 South Russell Drive Chicago, IL) to cover what our insurance will not cover. THANKING YOU IN ADVANCE & GOD WILL CONTINUE TO BLESS YOU.
Answer by Sara L try sending pamplets or something.. maybe they can make an announcement?
Question by meeeeeee!!!: what are the major differnces between the Catholic church and Episcopalian church?
other than control by the pope. My grandma is Episcopalian and whenever I visit her church i am confused as to the differneces. Can they allow women as priests/pastors whatever they are called b/c their preist person is female.
Answer by me Episcopalians are not as creepy.
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