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[ENS] Presiding Bishop sets live webcast to discuss current issues

From "Matthew Davies" <>
Date Mon, 26 Feb 2007 09:49:40 -0500

Episcopal News Service February 23, 2007

Presiding Bishop sets live webcast to discuss current issues

[ENS] February 28 program originating from Trinity Church Wall Street webcast facilities will welcome call-in, e-mail questions   Note to readers: Please consider announcing during upcoming Sunday services the scheduling of this webcast.

[ENS] Listening, Lent and reflection on the recent Anglican Primates' Meeting will be among themes addressed as Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori facilitates a live webcast conversation with Episcopalians churchwide on Wednesday, February 28, beginning at 10 a.m. EST (9 a.m. CST, 8 a.m. MST, 7 a.m. PST).

Venue for the 45-minute program will be the webcast studio facilities of Trinity Church, Wall Street, New York City. Access to the program will be available through both the Episcopal Church's web site,, and the parish site,

The webcast is a joint project of Trinity Church and the Communication Office at the Episcopal Church Center in New York.

The program will open with the Presiding Bishop's introductory remarks centering on the recent Primates Meeting in Tanzania. Following her comments, she will answer questions from a live studio audience as well as phone and e-mail inquiries. Call-in numbers and e-mail information will be provided during the webcast.

The program will then remain online for on-demand viewing at later times.

Inquiries about the webcast may be directed to the Episcopal Church Center's Infoline,

Due to space limitations, media access on site is extremely limited and must be arranged in advance by contacting Neva Rae Fox,

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