How to Be a Crazy Christian with Michael Curry: Celebrating the New Presiding Bishop

Bishop Curry

Congratulations to the new Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Michael Curry. To celebrate we’re inviting you to take his online class, How to Be a Crazy Christian with Michael Curry. We’re re-launching it because, whether you take the class on your own or take the one formatted for groups with other people, you will get a lot out of this class. It’s one of the most popular classes that we have ever produced. We love this class. You love this class. Congregations love this class; it has formed the basis of many adult formation classes and classes introducing the Episcopal Church to new members.

But the main reason that we are launching it again because we want to celebrate with you Michael Curry’s installation as Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church. The historical significance of his installation is worth celebrating in its own right, but we also rejoice in Michael Curry’s exciting ideas about where the Episcopal Church should go and his powerful ability to move people to embrace his vision of what the church can be. So it seems like a great time to re-introduce you to some of Presiding Bishop Curry’s ideas about what it means to be a Christian in the twenty-first century — what the serious, joyful, crazy business of acting as Christians means in today’s world.

Take How to Be a Crazy Christian with Michael Curry and learn even more reasons to celebrate his installation as Presiding Bishop. To find out more about the class, please enjoy this preview.

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