Once upon a time , the Episcopal Church was grounded in its identity as 'benefactor' or 'national church'. Those days are gone. But if the Episcopal Church is no longer the church of the establishment, what is the heart of Episcopal identity and mission.
Scholar and Episcopal Priest Dwight Zschelle draws on multiple streams of Anglican thought and practice to craft a vision for mission that addresses the church's post-establishment, post-colonial situation. With vivid stories and concrete practices, Zscheile welcomes readers to re-imagine what it means to be Episcopalian in America today, sending us out to proclaim good news and build relationships in our local contexts.