The Rev. Canon Scott Gunn
Denomination: The Episcopal Church (TEC)
Organization: Forward Movement
I'm Scott Gunn, an Episcopal priest. In my ministry, I serve as the Executive Director of Forward Movement in Cincinnati, OH. Our mission is to inspire disciples and empower evangelists , which is something I'm always glad to go on about. You can buy books I've written. I am a Deputy to General Convention, serving on behalf of the Diocese of Southern Ohio. In 2012 and 2009, I served in this capacity from the Diocese of Rhode Island. I'm also on the board of the Anglican Theological Review, and I'm the treasurer of the Protestant Church-owned Publishers Association. When I'm not on the road preaching or speaking, I spend Sundays at Christ Church Cathedral, Cincinnati, where I'm an honorary canon. (Canon Gunn is an excellent example of the hilarity of ecclesiastical titles.)
Not only am I a church geek, but I am a bona fide technology geek. Prior to ordination, I worked in technology spheres, including the The Atlantic Monthly & Fast Company, the MIT Media Lab, and Education Development Center. If asked, I'll tell you about my high-flying and quickly-crashing experience at a dot-com.
Oh, yes, the final obligatory bits. I'm married, and we have one dog in our household. You can follow our dog, George, on Twitter (@georgetdog). Yes, he's named after George Herbert. I enjoy music, reading, photography, and travel.
You can find me on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, or flickr.
Day1 Weekly Programs by The Rev. Canon Scott Gunn
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Tuesday November 23, 2021
In his sermon for the First Sunday of Advent, Scott Gunn encourages us to see Advent as a time to abound in love for one another and for all, as we prepare to worship Jesus at Christmas and to greet him when he comes in glory.
Tuesday March 05, 2019
The Rev. Canon Scott Gunn calls Lent a season of spring cleaning of the soul, and calls us to soak in the Scriptures to enable us to deal with life's various situations, with Jesus in the wilderness as our model.