Tag Archives: Anne Turner

Grace Episcopal School Alexandria: Email to Patti Culbreth

In a recent bit of agitprop on behalf of Grace Episcopal School, there was a very true statement, which is that “school leader embody the ethos of the community.” And that is nowhere more true than in the case of Patti Culbreth, who appears unable or unwilling to persuade parents at the school to stop engaging in threatening… Read More »

Will Anne Turner Be Grace’s Last Rector?

Will Anne Turner be Grace church’s last rector? That’s the question that immediately came to mind as I recently reviewed the church’s giving, membership, and financial data. And the answer increasingly appears to be yes. At the heart of the issue is the church’s facially broken ethical worldview in which Bob Malm’s perjury is okay, in which the… Read More »

Reflections on Anne Turner’s First Sunday

Today was Anne Turner’s first day as rector.  My feeling is that she did well — really well — but she has a long and daunting road ahead of her. As a result, I am not convinced she will succeed, but believe the odds are in her favor. To be sure, Anne did a great job of exploring… Read More »

The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same

Today was a momentous day for Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish. Not only was it Anne Turner’s first day at work, but we are hours away from saying good bye and good riddance to narcissistic scumbag Donald Trump. Yet even with all the change in the air, things remain stuck exactly where there were two years… Read More »