Suddenly Seminary

July 13, 2004

[me in habbo hotel]I briefly participated in Suddenly Seminary today, but I forgot to take a picture of the event. So that’s me on the left, j:r, waving in the empty room after the fact. Note the graying hair.

While I was there, the discussion revolved around how to create community when the participants are geographically scattered. …Not sure what happened to the planned discussion of the paper We Know More Than Our Pastors: Why Bloggers Are the Vanguard of the Participatory Church. I am guessing that Andrew is off an hour when he said ” Lets meet Tuesday 13th July at 7-9 pm (GMT – london time)” because according to a GMT web site, the UK is currently on British Summer Time, one hour ahead of GMT.

Jon Reid

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As an American missionary kid who grew up in Japan, I'm a child of two cultures, while not fully belonging to either. This gives me a sightly different view of the world.

4 responses to Suddenly Seminary

  1. This has gone on long enough!

    So I’m checking out the Tall Skinny Kiwi as I regularly do, and in a recent post, he’s linked to a paper written by Tim Bednar, the guy running the show at e-church.com. In the paper Tim talks about blogging,

  2. Jon – Sorry about the multiple trackbacks… my first time sending a ping. As you can tell, I didn’t think the first couple of tries went through… oops! 🙂
    Found ya through Jed Brewster (his website is Onward and Upward). Good stuff!

  3. I am absolutely fascinated by this! For awhile now I have been chewing on how we might be church through the Internet. I have been reading Liquid Church by Pete Ward, which speaks to these sorts of possibilities. So, this is intriguing to me. Is it difficult to do? Is there a cost?

  4. Hutch, no problem — I just deleted the duplicates.
    Rich, it is not difficult and there is no charge. Go to the Suddenly Seminary link above for directions if you want to give it a whirl.