Central Europe: Clergy and Readers In Online Chapter

The Archdeaconry of the East is one of the most far-flung regions of our Diocese, making it often difficult for Clergy, Readers, and others in leadership roles to stay in touch. 
As Area Dean in Central Europe, the Revd Dr. Frank Hegedűs, Chaplain in Budapest, gathers together Clergy, Licenced Readers, and others from across the central area of the Archdeaconry for a monthly online meeting or Chapter, which includes prayer together, discussion and mutual support. 
“Praying together and sharing news from our Chaplaincies is important,” notes Father Frank. “Zoom, for all its faults, has made it possible for us to build community and support each other online during these still difficult times.”
Each Chapter session includes a featured speaker.  Over the past couple years, the group has heard from Bishop Robert, Archdeacon Leslie Nathaniel, various members of Diocesan staff, theologians, and others with unique expertise.
Chaplains, Clergy, and Readers from the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Poland, and Serbia are regular participants. 
In the screen-shot:

Father Frank, General Synod delegate Bruce Bryant-Scott from Crete, MES Pastoral Assistant Charles Bishop from Vienna, The Revd Canon Denis Moss, Canon Janet Berkovic from Zagreb, Chaplain Robin Fox in Belgrade, Reader Elizabeth Turek from Gdansk, Chaplain Lea Williams from Brno, Chaplain Nathaniel Nathanial from Prague, Chaplain David Brown from Warsaw, and Chaplain Christian Hofreiter from CityKirche, Vienna.