CRUX is the annual magazine of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut. Karin Hamilton, Canon for Mission Communication & Media, is the editor. Betsy Parker does the layout and design, and Marc-Yves Regis is the principal photographer. Inquiries and comments are welcome: email@example.com. The magazine is produced every fall for the Annual Convention then mailed to Episcopal households
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ldren, an altar being built for ECCT, and ministry in the national parks. There are profiles of Bill Barfield, the Rev. Susan Pinkerton, the Rev. David McIntosh, MD, and Sharon Betts; a youth mini-profile of Piper Gilbert; contributed essays and columns from Sam Chang, Emily Boring, Mitch Honan, the Rev. Jesse Zink, Bishop Douglas and Bishop Ahrens. The magazine was distributed first at the Annual Convention Nov. 19-20, 2016 and mailed by early December.
The 2015 issue of CRUX has articles about partnerships and about going out into the world. Matt Poland of Hartford Public Library, Hilary Greer of St. Mark's on the UCONN campus in Storrs, and priesthood postulands Jane Hale and Maddy Pantalena all write on this topic in various ways; Paul Carling and Cherise A Rowan, a priest and a pediatrician, write about poverty and brain development and partnerships that can support healthy development; Robin Hammeal-Urban writes about addiction. There is a profile of Tokunbo Green, Esq. and the Rev. Amjad Samuel, some articles about the reorganization proposals for the Episcopal Church in Connecticut and for the Cathedral, images of a recent medical mission in Nigeria, and images with brief text from the 2015 General Convention of The Episcopal Church.
2014 issue of CRUX.
2013 issue of CRUX
2012 Issue of CRUX