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Weaving the Fabric of Our Faith

Glyn L. Ruppe-Melnyk of St. Francis-in-the-Fields, Malvern, Pennsylvania, describes through the metaphor of weaving how she and her congregation formulated a parallel sabbatical experience with Lilly’s Clergy Renewal Grant.

Glyn L. Ruppe-Melnyk of St. Francis-in-the-Fields, Malvern, Pennsylvania, describes through the metaphor of weaving how she and her congregation formulated a parallel sabbatical experience with Lilly’s Clergy Renewal Grant. Ruppe-Melnyk focused on the baptismal covenant of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer while her congregation sought a deeper understanding of personal and corporate prayer.

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