This is from the Celebration of New Ministry on October 2, 2011.
Archive for the ‘My Videos’ Category
The video above offers a 6 1/2 minute glimpse of the 2-hour Easter Vigil celebrated by the clergy of the Diocese of Georgia at our Fall Clergy Conference.
A message from Dade Brantley, the Executive Director of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia’s camp and conference center, Honey Creek. Dade tells about the current financial difficulties, including how we got into the current bind and what is being done to turn around the center.
Young adults who have encountered God in community at the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia speak about the current bond sale. This sale is only for qualified investors who are Georgia residents. You must read the prospectus before investing. To get a copy of the prospectus, contact the Diocese of Georgia at 912-236-4279 or email Mary Willoughby, the Canon for Administration at mwilloughby[at]gaepiscopal[dot]org
The Rev. Jason Haddox wrote and Gabriel Michael Lawrence and Eli Irvin perform a Hymn for Honey Creek to raise awareness about the ongoing bond sale to benefit the camp and conference center of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia.
I created the video above last year in response to both the tragedy in Haiti and Pat Robertson’s comments on it, which I found hurtful, rather than helpful. I wanted to offer what I felt was a more biblical way of framing the disaster.
Here is a selection of videos I made while serving at King of Peace, Kingsland:
The Bangles song “Walk Like an Egyptian serves as the soundtrack for our Kids in the Kingdom Week video.
Parishioners talk about what they love about King of Peace.
A video look inside King of Peace Episcopal Day School.
Day one of our 2009 Kids in the Kingdom Week called “Courageous Christians.”
A Video of the 2009 Burning of the Greens.
Trunk or Treat 2008.
A 2008 video thank you from the staff and students of King of Peace Episcopal Day School in Kingsland, Georgia to the United Thank Offering of the Episcopal Church Women in gratitude for a $24,000 grant received in 2003.
My first video work was this now embarrassing video introducing King of Peace, Kingsland, with a free mp3 I found online.