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Tim Schenck

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St.-John

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Background Information

Employment History

Rector

Parish of St. John


Curate

Old St. Paul


Affiliations

Madness

Founder


The Episcopal New Yorker

Member, Editorial Board


The Provincial Council

Member


Education

Seabury-Western Theological Seminary


Tufts University


Master of Divinity degree

Seabury-Western Theological Seminary


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Rev. Tim Schenck
Rector, St. John the Evangelist, Hingham, MA


www.religionnews.com

St. John's Episcopal Church in Hingham, Mass., under snow. Photo courtesy of Tim Schenck
St. John's Episcopal Church in Hingham, Mass., under snow. Photo courtesy of Tim Schenck


www.nbcnewyork.com

A bracket created by Father Tim Schenck of St. John the Evangelist Church in Hingham, Mass., pits 32 saints against each other.
The idea is to introduce the holy men and women to Episcopalians in a fun way during the 40 days of Lent leading up to Easter, according to Schenck. "Well, it's the saintly smackdown," Schenck told NECN.


www.heraldnews.com

Rev. Schenck's book finds humor and God in the holidays - Fall River, MA - The Herald News
Rev. Schenck's book finds humor and God in the holidays Rev. Schenck's book finds humor and God in the holidays "For me, the whole point of the book is to help people navigate the craziness of the holiday season and being able to remember those spiritual anchors in the midst of that craziness," said Schenck, rector of the Episcopal Parish of St. John the Evangelist in Hingham. Humor is a mainstay in all that is Schenck and his work. It is a strong suit in his monthly column, In Good Faith, that he writes for The Patriot Ledger and The Hingham Journal. Schenck focuses on the Christmas season. "Things do go wrong," said Schenck, who lives in St. John's Rectory with his wife, Bryna; sons Ben, 14, and Zach, 12; dog Delilah, and ferret Mimi. A graduate of Tufts University (majoring in political science) and Seabury-Western Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity degree) in Evanston, Ill., Schenck, 45, points to "preparation," both spiritual and practical, in discussing Dec. 25 and the days that follow. You can dream of a white Christmas, but you might need the Rev. Tim Schenck to make it a right Christmas. Schenck's new book - "Dog in the Manger: Finding God in Christmas Chaos" - shows how short essays can go a long way toward getting you through the holiday haze. "For me, the whole point of the book is to help people navigate the craziness of the holiday season and being able to remember those spiritual anchors in the midst of that craziness," said Schenck, rector of the Episcopal Parish of St. John the Evangelist in Hingham. Humor is a mainstay in all that is Schenck and his work. It is a strong suit in his monthly column, In Good Faith, that he writes for The Patriot Ledger and The Hingham Journal. Schenck focuses on the Christmas season. "Things do go wrong," said Schenck, who lives in St. John's Rectory with his wife, Bryna; sons Ben, 14, and Zach, 12; dog Delilah, and ferret Mimi. A graduate of Tufts University (majoring in political science) and Seabury-Western Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity degree) in Evanston, Ill., Schenck, 45, points to "preparation," both spiritual and practical, in discussing Dec. 25 and the days that follow. When not tending to church business, participating in family activities, writing a book, following his beloved Orioles and Ravens pro sports teams, friending on Facebook, tweeting or blogging, Schenck could be found running on the streets of Hingham, drinking coffee, or strumming his guitar. Given his wide range of interests, it wouldn't surprise those who know him if he did all of the above at the same time. "Dog in the Manger: Finding God in Christmas Chaos," by Tim Schenck, may be purchased locally at the Episcopal Parish of St. John the Evangelist, 172 Main St.; Redeye Roasters, 3 Otis St., and Glastonbury Abbey bookstore, 16 Hull St., all in Hingham.


www.saint-michaels.org

It was started in 2010 by Fr. Tim Schenck, who serves at St. John's in Hingham, Massachusetts.
Because it has been so popular, Lent Madness is being sponsored this year by Forward Movement, the publishers of Forward Day by Day and all other pamphlets in the tract rack outside the office.


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