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Irenic. The word means peaceful. This web log (or blog) exists to create an ongoing, and hopefully peaceful, series of comments on the life of King of Peace Episcopal Church. This is not a closed community. You are highly encouraged to comment on any post or to send your own posts.


Test Drive Our Savior

Sunrise on the MarshThe Rev. Linda McCloud has a book of sermons Sunrise on the Marsh: Classic Christianity for 21st Century Seekers now available online through Nearly a third of the $15 purchase price (all of the profit) goes to support the Episcopal Church of Our Savior at Honey Creek. The book offers a way for those interested in that daughter congregation of King of Peace to test drive the new church before it opens by reading sermons from its founding pastor.

A few of the 60 sermons in the book will be familiar to those who regularly attend King of Peace as they were preached at our church since Linda moved to Camden County. Others are from her time as the pastor of St. Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church in Moultrie, Georgia. All of the sermons offer an insightful look at how the scriptures speak to our lives today.

We will also be offering the book for sale at King of Peace as a way of raising funds for and awareness of our daughter congregation, which is set to start regular public worship on Sundays this coming November 4. The church will meet in the chapel at our Episcopal Camp and Conference Center, Honey Creek, which is in Waverly, Georgia (5.5 miles east of I-95 at exit 26). For more information visit the church's website

The Rev. Frank Logue, Pastor

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  • At 5/31/2007 7:53 AM, Anonymous Linda+ said…

    Thank you, Frank. I can personally recommend this book. I have read it several times.

    Linda McCloud+

  • At 5/31/2007 8:08 AM, Blogger King of Peace said…

    You actually read a book you wrote? Better to quote G.K. Chesterton who wrote, "But there is in everything a reasonable division of labor. I have written the book, and nothing on earth would induce me to read it."



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