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From All Points is a monthly podcast from the Episcopal Cafe. We aim to shine a light on the lived life of faith for individuals and the church.

Customer Reviews

Another Great Offering from the Episcopal Cafe

From All Points is a wonderful new offering from the Episcopal Cafe. The Cafe has always been a groundbreaking source of news and spirituality from a progressive, Episcopal perspective. When I was a baby Episcopalian many years ago, I looked to the Cafe to learn about my new denomination. Now as a priest in this church I look to them for insight. I'm grateful for this new podcast, and considering all the news out there from all points. Thanks and keep up the great work!

Wonderful Conversation

As an Episcopal raised millennial who's reconnecting with the church after loosing sight during college, I love this podcast. Their conversations are truthful, honest, and insightful into the state of the church and what's happening around us. This podcast is helping me answer the question "why am I an Episcopalian?"

I tried to like it

I tried several episodes and stopped a few minutes in each time. I was very disappointed in the beginning of the music episode that the first host was so disrespectful of the quality of the hymns in the 1982 Hymnal and the second host said they were tolerable when she told the musicians how to do their job. Church musicians are often well trained and have an understanding of the music beyond the entertainment factor. Please be respectful of the quality of the music and hard work of the musicians. I can’t tell you if the episode got any better because I stopped listening.

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