Companions in Mission and Ministry: Building Healthy Missional Relationships through the Episcopal Church’s Companion Diocese Program
Posted September 21, 2016
The description of this workshop from the convention booklet is below:
Join us as we celebrate our successes, rejoice in our present endeavors and envision the future. Here is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the relationship between our Diocese and our companion diocese in the Dominican Republic.
Established mission teams from across our diocese send more than 100 short-term missioners annually to participate in many different mission and ministry programs with our brothers and sisters in the Dominican Republic. These programs are transformational for both our missioners and our brothers and sisters in Christ in the communities where these teams serve.
Presenters: The Right Rev. Julio Holguín, bishop diocesan in the Dominican Republic; the Right Rev. Dabney T. Smith, bishop diocesan in Southwest Florida; the Right Rev. Moisés Quesada Mota, bishop coadjutor in the Dominican Republic; the Right Rev. William Skilton, assistant bishop (retired) of the Dominican Republic; Karen Carroll, missioner serving in the Dominican Republic for the last 12 years; Bill Kunkle, executive director, Dominican Development Group; Deacon Kathy Gilpin, chair of the Southwest Florida Companion Diocese Committee.