Wednesday, September 21, 2005

new blogs

stephen clark

Playing to the Firmament

Thursday, September 08, 2005

added yesterday


Something Understood

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

a reminder

For every blog that is put in the ring proper between now and September 15th, I will add an extra $5 to Episcopal Relief and Development.

Thanks to all those who have joined in the last few days!

Any blog kept by a member of ECUSA or a member in communion with ECUSA can join--topic does not have to be theological--

When you join, the ring code you receive from Ringsurf in your profile must be copied and placed in a permanent place on your blog.

added on Labor Day

Marius Reloaded

St. John's Episcopal Church

Sunday, September 04, 2005

new blog

Chasing Waves of Light

Friday, September 02, 2005

added today so far

Find the River

Frog Blog

Brooke's Battez-Vous

Also , I'm trying to clean up the queue and the ring. If I delete you because of a broken link, or because you haven't posted in four or five months, it's nothing personal. You can always reapply.

Thursday, September 01, 2005

also added today

Nueva Cantora: A New Song

new blog

I actually added this one in the ring yesterday but we'll count it in the tally for ERD:

Ask the Priest

Also, this is our 151st blog in the ring!

Katrina Relief

Hi all,

Like many of you, I will be making a donation to /Episcopal Relief and Development, but I wanted to add an additional incentive. For every blog that joins the ring--i.e. with the ring code up and running on the blog, I will add an extra $5 to ERD. The deadline is September 15th. I will include those who are in the queue but haven't gotten the ring code working yet.

If you haven't joined the ring yet, now is a good time for the bloggers in ECUSA to express our solidarity.

As always, there is no theological screening but you must be a member of ECUSA, or, if you are of the Anglican Communion, in communion with ECUSA.

And, remember, you must copy and paste the ring code from your Ringsurf profile into a permanent place on your blog.

May God be with those who work or watch or weep during these days.