When the Bishop Comes to Visit: An Activity Book for All Ages
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When the Bishop Comes to Visit: An Activity Book for All Ages  -     By: Brook H. Packard
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Title: When the Bishop Comes to Visit: An Activity Book for All Ages
By: Brook H. Packard
Format: Other
Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Morehouse Publishing
Publication Date: 2014
Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds
ISBN: 0819229156
ISBN-13: 9780819229151
Stock No: WW229150

Publisher's Description

• For use by churches during a bishop’s visitations
• A resource guide for educators, parents, and families
• For audiences who have enjoyed Anne Kitch’s “What We Do in Church” books

A bishop comes to visit a congregation for many reasons—a parish celebration, baptism, confirmation, or a pastoral visit. With black and white illustrations, this interactive book for children and families describes the ministry of a bishop, including symbols and apparel, in preparation for the visit and worship. Confirmands will find
this new book particularly helpful as it walks them through the liturgy of Confirmation. During the actual Confirmation rite, children will have a guide to follow along during the service, making this book serve multiple purposes for young and old alike.

Author Bio

Brook H. Packard is a musician, singer, composer, and educator. She has worked in Episcopal churches for more than 20 years as both a volunteer and paid staff member. Married to an Episcopal bishop, she has traveled extensively for confirmations, international conferences, General Convention, and meetings of the House of Bishops. Many of those travels led her to church experiences that differed from the typical parochial model, yet were vibrant examples of communities of faith. After years of traveling, she resumed working in a congregation, discovering that her experiences and knowledge of the church are as useful for parishes in metro Manhattan as for those in Guam or Heidelberg.

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