Who is contributing to this weblog?

March 9, 2007 at 12:27 am | Posted in Who's at TEAM2007? | 1 Comment

There are a number of young adults attending TEAM2007, most of whom are official delegates (one of five) from the member churches under 30 years of age.  This space was organized by co-opted staff to the International Anglican Youth Network to give voice to younger participants to communicate with their supporters and the whole Communion.  The opinions stated here are contributors’ own, and do not necessarily reflect that of their member church.  Following is an evolving list (there are so many participants at this gathering and it is difficult to reach people during sessions and blogging has to happen during the little free time that we get):

Laura Amendola (The Episcopal Church)
Amy Denney Zuniga (The Rev.) (Iglesia Anglicana de la Region Central de America, El Salvador)
Odwa Gonya (Anglican Church of Southern Africa, 2006 gathering participant, facilitator at TEAM)
Sally Sue Hernandez-G. (The Rev.) (Iglesia Anglicana de Mexico)
Tais Kovaleski (Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil)
Jefferson Lizardo (Episcopal Church of the Philippines)
Timothy Titus Nyirenda (The Rev.) (Church of the Province of Central Africa)
Susanna Snyder (Church of England)
Sierra Wilkinson (US student in Cape Town)

We continue to invite participants onto the weblog and you can use the categories list to see invididual posts or stay in touch day by day.  You can subscribe to this weblog via RSS feed if this is more convenient for you.

 This is a good page for general comments for our group as most posts are by invididual authors.


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  1. Your blogs, pictures and videos are wonderful. You write so beautifully in describing what you see but especially what you experience inside. Best wishes on your mission. Please say ‘hello’ to my brother Bishop Jim. Thanks for sharing. Kaye

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