Tag Archives: Second Life

Sacred Space in Cyber Space

Sacred Space in Cyber Space by Kimberly Knight As Published in Reflections – Fall 2009, Yale Divinity School and Quoted in Church in The Inventive Age “We have all known the long loneliness, and we have found that the answer is community.” – Dorothy Day I have the best job in the world because I …

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Virtual Ministry – A Perspective

When I first considered participating in a church service in a virtual space, it took some mental gymnastics to wrap my mind around the concept. The technical aspects intrigued me but I had no idea how it would work. Ministry sans the face to face experiences that I’d had up to that time didn’t seem …

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A foot in each world

I am sitting in front of the incredible fireplace my partner had built for me in our backyard as a birthday gift. Real wood burning, pushing and propping the logs – searching and adding twigs to keep the warm glow stoked. The smell of the burn, so toasty on this early March evening touches my …

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One Big Reason I Serve in Second Life

I need to share with y’all a message I received this morning from a parishioner in Second Life … “I just want to say how much I really appreciate you, your ministry here in SL, and Koinonia. I’m kind of bummed right now because I got booted out of a “Christian” sim (Eternal Creations) last …

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