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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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The Rev. Susan J. Latimer knows in her heart God brought her from Maine to West Virginia to serve as the new rector of St. John's Episcopal Church in Charleston.
"It was an amazing process," she said. "I was not looking to make a move. I got a letter from the parish. They found me in a national database for clergy. I read about the parish. It just spoke to my heart."
She was struck by the church's commitment to community and social justice.
"There is inclusion of all people whether gay or straight or black or white," she said. "They have wonderful music and liturgy. The whole setting is what I think the church should be."
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