Tag Archives: Barbi Click

025 What is the council of the diocese and why does it matter?



Time for some insider baseball on this episode of JesusHacked. Guest Al Ludwig from Emmanuel Church and host  Barbi Click both serve on Diocesan Council. They talk about what council does, who would be well suited to this work, and how being a member has influenced their day to day life.

Al is also on the nominations committee and sheds some light on this year’s quest for nominees for elections to be held at diocesan convention in November.

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017 Dancing with the Holy Spirit at Trinity Art Club



The food ministry (pantry and meals) at Trinity Episcopal Church in the Central West End has recently begun a Saturday morning art club after breakfast and before lunch together. Food ministry manager Barbi Click talks with host Harry Leip about the nourishment from food and art.

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012 Jubilee! Holy Cross and Poplar Bluff



Host Barbi Click and guest Annette Joseph talk about Jubilee ministry, the food pantry, dismantling racism, worship mob, and the small and holy moments we are blessed to witness. The Rev. Annette is rector of Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Poplar Bluff, the newest Jubilee Ministry center in the Episcopal Church.

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006 Faith Being Tested



Shug Goodlow is in the guest chair today. She’s the head verger at Christ Church Cathedral in St. Louis and also one of the hosts of this podcast. She’s interviewed by Barbi Click. The conversation began about Shug’s memories as a black child traveling with her family across the Mason Dixon line, the planning gatherings beforehand, mapping out safe places to stop and eat, the shoebox her grandmother prepared of food to take. The conversation continued to sharing memories of racism and how faith weaves in and out of those painful narratives.

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003 Living Gratitude and the United Thank Offering



Jeanne Lucas King talks with Barbi Click about being raised on gratitude, praying with gratitude, and her work with the United Thank Offering, a way that Episcopalians around the church offer their gratitude and small change to fund grants that change the world.

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Links:
United Thank Offering

UTO in Missouri
The Episcopal Church

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