Woodville Episcopal church knows how to kick up its heels
Episcopalians aren't especially known for their dancing, but a series of dance lessons in the early 1820s may have had more of an effect on the history of the Episcopal Church in Mississippi than the young dancers could have anticipated at the time.
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#1 Aug 24, 2012
I left the Episcopal Church in 2006 when they sancioned same sex marriage. It was too much for me being a believer in Jesus Christ....I joined the Anglican Church! Too many Loons and Nuts in the Episcopal Church and they don't know how to dance either....Uffta!
#2 Aug 24, 2012
I imagine if Episcopalians danced, it would be dances from the 1820s. One has a hard time imagining Jefferts-Schori dancing any dance developed since 1900. Maybe she could get down and kick up her heals with Pope Benedict. Just that thought would raise the ratings of dancing with the stars through the roof.
#3 Aug 24, 2012
Point well taken! These new Episcopalians can't dance and can't read or understand Holy Writ. In dancing? One person has to lead and it's not that old bat Schori! Wow, am I glad that I am not dancing with her..or her church...she only know how to step on your toes..and take your property!..Uffta
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