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A joyful and adventurous leader has taken the helm of St. Basil’s Episcopal Church.
The Rev. Debora Jennings will miss climbing Mt. Ranier, but she looks forward to discovering the beauty of eastern Oklahoma and capturing it with her camera.
Coming from the Lower Yakima Valley in Washington, the grandmother said the university here was a big draw for her. She’s taught a number of courses, including speech, interpersonal and intercultural communication, and rhetoric, and lectured in sociology, psychology and religious studies.
The local congregation had been without a clergy for a number of years and was hungry for a full-time clergy who would help them focus on mission and ministry.
“The people here in Tahlequah are very hospitable and the people in the congregation very welcoming,” she said.
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