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That is also HOPE. – Rev. Dr. Barbara A. Wilson

6/14/2018
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Through years of work, of change and transition, the presbytery called a “Community Organizer” to aid us in our work of relationship building. Now called the Director of Collaboration and Community Partnerships, Rev. Dr. Barbara A. Wilson speaks to the work at hand, her background in the criminal justice system, growing up in the AME … Continue reading That is also HOPE. – Rev. Dr. Barbara A. Wilson →

What better thing is there to do? – Rev. Lauren Cochran

6/4/2018
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Rev. Lauren Cochran is the Moderator for the presbytery’s Commission on Preparation for Ministry (CPM), serves as an Associate Pastor at Clarendon Hills Community Presbyterian Church in her first call, and secretly wants to be a church spy. Listen as she and Executive Presbyter talk about CPM, art in the church, Italy, and gelato. … Continue reading What better thing is there to do? – Rev. Lauren Cochran →

Wait a minute, that’s a sliding scale. – Rev. Barb Bundick

5/23/2018
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Chicago Presbytery Stated Clerk Rev. Barb Bundick speaks about practicing law, being a fiber artist, and what she has planned for her retirement. Introduction voice: Jodi Craiglow Sound recording and editing: Katie Rains

Belong to us. – Rev. Eric Heinekamp

5/7/2018
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This week on the presbytery podcast, Called, we speak with Rev. Eric Heinekamp about his call to ministry and all of his work with the presbytery, including his current position as Treasurer. Introduction voice: Jodi Craiglow Sound recording and editing: Katie Rains

I love to water ski. – Rev. Barbara Gorsky

4/16/2018
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Join us this week on Called as we learn from COM Moderator and Spiritual Director Rev. Barbara Gorsky about following the spirit, learning new things, and how we might engage change in our churches today. Introduction voice: Jodi Craiglow Sound recording and editing: Katie Rains

Des Temps en Temps – Rev. Joe Morrow

4/2/2018
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This week on Called, we hear from Rev. Joe Morrow. He serves as a Specialized Minister with Interfaith Youth Core as the Campus Engagement Manager and recently has been elected to serve as the moderator for the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board. Introduction voice: Jodi Craiglow Sound recording and editing: Katie Rains

Trip to Bountiful – Mr. Greg Boyer

3/21/2018
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Today on Called, we meet Mr. Greg Boyer. Greg is the clerk of session for his church and serves as the moderator of the Presbytery Coordinating Commission. He is also an avid piano player, gardener, and country boy at heart. Intro voice by Jodi Craiglow. Sound recording and editing by Katie Rains. Great is … Continue reading Trip to Bountiful – Mr. Greg Boyer →

I should have been a bagel maker. – Rev. Paige Stephan

3/6/2018
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This week, we get to listen in as Executive Presbyter Rev. Susan Krummel, Sue, sat down with Rush Hospital Chaplain and Moderator Elect Rev. Paige Stephan for an insightful conversation about call, joy, resiliency, community, and bagels. Okay, maybe not actually about bagels, but you’ll hear what we mean.

They know me for my laughter. – Rev. John Chu

2/13/2018
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Newly installed Executive Presbyter, Rev. Susan Krummel (Sue) spoke with newly installed 2018 Presbytery Moderator, Rev. John Chu about the church he pastors, Faith Community Presbyterian Church, his wilderness period, and tennis. Intro voice by Jodi Craiglow. Sound recording and editing by Katie Rains.

Duration:00:16:36

Be Brave – Rev. Sue Krummel

1/31/2018
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Called is a new podcast produced by the Presbytery of Chicago to find out more about the amazing ways God is moving throughout the neighborhoods and communities in the Chicagoland area. In this first season, we are getting to know some of our current leaders outside of their leadership roles for the presbytery; who they … Continue reading Be Brave – Rev. Sue Krummel →