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Rest Stops Along The Way

  • Camp Out
    Website for a video documentary about a church camp offered by the people at The Naming Project.
  • Daniel Erlander publications
    Unique and fun publications that proclaim the Gospel in refreshing and accessible ways, written and illustrated by one of my personal heroes.
  • ELCA Youth Ministry Network
    This is a website that connects and offers resources for volunteer and professional youth workers.
  • Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
    The homepage for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
    An ecumenical Christian renewal center rooted in the Lutheran tradition.
  • Pandora Radio
    A new kind of radio.
  • PostSecret
    PostSecret is an ongoing community art project where people mail in their secrets anonymously on one side of a homemade postcard
  • StoryPeople
    This is a fun site with a lot of cool, interesting and thoughtful art.
  • The Naming Project
    A faith-based youth group serving youth of all sexual and gender orientations. One of my good friends helps run this group.

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Neither of you were wearing a collar? Are clerics out of the question in your neck of the woods?


they're not out of the question, just not as common as in other regions. i only wear mine on Sundays and funerals, which is the same for El Capitan. but i have some colleagues in the area who don't even wear them then. i like my collar. i even have a shirt with the full neckband collar, but i don't get much opportunity to wear it.


In coastal Texas, we wore our collars on "official" business - Sundays, funerals, hospitals. The rest of the time we wore dress up clothes. Unless I was doing mission work or youth ministry, then I'd be dressed down to get dirty.

You did not want to wear collars or clerics if you didn't have to though. It made the hot, humid weather even less bearable. I got a tropical weight alb. My supervisor had a cleric dicky for under her alb.

But I'd think Up North you'd want more cover. :)

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