Have a question? Ask the Bishop!

The Diocese is getting ready to film the eighth installment of the “Ask the Bishop” video series, which means we’re looking for questions from you!

Unfortunately, Bishop Sean cannot be with every member of the diocese all the time, but he would like to be able to answer questions you may have. If there is something you’d like to hear the bishop’s thoughts on (i.e., Convention, Explorer’s Day, Bible questions, you name it!), send your questions to Megin (msewak@dionwpa.org) by August 30.  You can view past “Ask the Bishop” videos here and see what sort of topics have already been covered.

Please include your name and congregation with your submission, and then watch for ‘Ask the Bishop 8’ on the Forward blog, Facebook, and Twitter!
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We Need Your Questions for ‘Ask the Bishop’!

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The Diocese is getting ready to film the seventh installment of the “Ask the Bishop” video series, and we need your questions!

Unfortunately, Bishop Sean cannot be with every member of the diocese all the time, but he would like to be able to answer questions you may have for him. If you have something on your mind regarding theology, the diocese, the bishop’s views on current events, summer camp, etc. – send your questions to Megin (msewak@dionwpa.org) by May 29th. We may not be able to answer everyone’s questions due to time constraints, but all submissions are welcome (and may appear in later installments).

Please include your name and congregation with your submission, and then watch for ‘Ask the Bishop 7’ on the Forward blog, Facebook, and Twitter!

 

It’s Time To Submit Your Questions For ‘Ask The Bishop’

The Diocese is getting ready to film the fourth installment of its video series called “Ask the Bishop.” We need your questions!  Please submit them by May 23, 2016.

Bishop Rowe Nov 2014-120wtUnfortunately, Bishop Sean cannot be with every member of the diocese all the time, but he would like to be able to answer questions you may have for him.  So, we are asking for questions from you that we will then film the bishop answering.  We can’t promise that he will be able to get to all the questions because of time constraints, however, please ask whatever is on your mind (for example: theology questions, anything about the diocese, the bishop’s views on current events, etc.).  We hope that both adults and kids will ask the bishop questions.  Please email questions to Julien with the subject line “Ask the Bishop.” Along with your question, please include your name, congregation, and, if you’re a kid, your age (only first names and congregations will be mentioned on the video).

We Need Your Questions For ‘Ask The Bishop’

The Diocese is getting ready to film the third installment of it’s new video series called “Ask the Bishop.” We need your questions!

Bishop Rowe Nov 2014-120wtUnfortunately, Bishop Sean cannot be with every member of the diocese all the time, but he would like to be able to answer questions you may have for him.  So, we are asking for questions from you that we will then film the bishop answering.  We can’t promise that he will be able to get to all the questions because of time constraints, however, please ask whatever is on your mind (for example: theology questions, anything about the diocese, the bishop’s views on current events, etc.).  We hope that both adults and kids will ask the bishop questions.  Please email questions to Julien with the subject line “Ask the Bishop.” Along with your question, please include your name, congregation, and, if you’re a kid, your age (only first names and congregations will be mentioned on the video).