In a lengthy interview, he said it's very important that he urge the local members of the Episcopal Church to get involved in spreading Christ's message through community engagement and involvement.
He said the church sits on a three-legged stool that is made up of the scriptures, tradition and the wisdom of holy men and women.
Bishop Fisher said he believes that small churches and even a single individual can impact the community.
“After all, Jesus changed the world with just twelve disciples,” he noted.
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