Whether you grew up in an Episcopal church, another church, or no church at all, it is common to have questions about our religious practices, terms and traditions. In a new video series we call "Why?" Wednesdays, Father David answers the most frequently asked questions he hears.
Here at Saint John's Church, we hope these insights help you understand our worship services or faith community just a little bit better.
If you’ve got a question about Saint John’s or the Episcopal Church, you may email it to: email@example.com. As the year progresses, we will share Father David's weekly video answers to our commonly asked inquiries.
Come back each week, or visit our Facebook page, for new answers to "church stuff." Scroll down to see more videos.
Thanks for tuning in and have a blessed day!
June 16, 2021 - What is a Liturgical Church? https://www.facebook.com/sjtulsa/videos/1508970826122391
June 9, 2021 - Who can be an Acolyte? https://www.facebook.com/sjtulsa/videos/859195051340716
May 19, 2021 - What does the Word Episcopal Mean? https://fb.watch/5Ca3niVIjX/
May 12, 2021 - Why do We Sit, Stand and Kneel so Often? https://fb.watch/5thW-x1xxL/
May 5, 2021 - Why am I called a Rector? https://fb.watch/5t3lkQ4oXp/