Inaugural volume in the new In Conversations series
• Get to know two trailblazing Episcopalians as they talk informally about things that matter to them
As a teenager, Michael Curry served as a part of the "Youth Presence" at General Convention 1979. While there, he met Barbara Harris, not yet a priest. The story of their friendship is one that tracks the history of the Episcopal Church over the intervening years.
In this volume, the two talk about a wide range of topics—their families and the strong women who shaped them, the vocation of the priesthood and the episcopacy, and social justice, among others—in a conversation facilitated and edited by Fredrica Harris Thompsett.
Audience: Members of the Episcopal Church, church leaders, and those caught by the vision of the Philadelphia Eleven, the Jesus Movement