You’ll think that, being in the midst of the pledge season, Grace Episcopal would be keen to get things right, wouldn’t you? Well, you’d be wrong.
Just consider the church’s live-streaming services.
The October 31 service was, without explanation, not live-streamed.
And while the church managed to stream subsequent events, including Jim Frick’s funeral and the school chapel service, it only managed a three-second post for the November 7 All Souls service. That post is still on YouTube, again with no explanation. The post can be found here https://youtu.be/WN2Yd7XVOo4
Bottom line, this is a church that not only doesn’t have its act together; it is one that is racing towards implosion. That’s no loss, given the narcissistic construct that is the parish.