Ian Heston Doescher

A Hearty Eucharist

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  • Posted on April 4th, 2013

Every Christian denomination that includes communion—the Eucharist or Lord's Supper—as one of its regular practices recognizes the thanks-giving aspect, and in that…

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Ian Heston Doescher

About This Author

Ian Heston Doescher received his M.Div. at Yale Divinity School and his Ph.D. in Ethics at Union Theological Seminary in New York City.
He is an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) interested in exploring new liturgies and inventive ways of using music in worship. Ian lives in Portland, Oregon with his spouse, the Reverend Jennifer Crewsell (an Episcopal priest), and their two children.