Flo Johnston’s “Faith Notes”, The Durham News, The News and Observer

Willimon starts interim preaching assignment Bishop Will Willimon left his bishop’s robes at home on a recent Sunday as he began an interim summer preaching appointment at Duke Memorial United Methodist Church, 504 W. Chapel Hill St. He seemed to make the transition from bishop and Duke Divinity School professor back into the pulpit ofContinue reading “Flo Johnston’s “Faith Notes”, The Durham News, The News and Observer”

From Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan at The Herald Sun

http://www.heraldsun.com/lifestyles/faith/x265262177/Former-Duke-Chapel-Dean-Willimon-filling-in-at-Duke-Memorial-UMC United Methodist Bishop Will Willimon is “back in the saddle and enjoying it” as senior pastor of Duke Memorial United Methodist Church in downtown Durham. Willimon spent 20 years as dean of Duke Chapel and then served eight years as bishop of the Northern Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church. He returned toContinue reading “From Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan at The Herald Sun”

The State of Things radio interview – June 10, 2013

Host Frank Stacio interviewed Will Willimon on WUNC 91.5 FM’s “The State of Things”.  They spoke about Willimon’s novel, Incorporation, and about his new interim appointment at Duke Memorial UMC, as well as several other lively topics. More information and a podcast can be accessed by visiting http://wunc.org/post/minister-reflects-decades-elder-methodist-church#disqus_thread

Praise for novel Incorporation from Flo Johnston in Chapel Hill News

Publishing a book is no new experience for Will Willimon, a retired bishop in the United Methodist Church now living in Durham and teaching at Duke Divinity School. He has written 60 of them, all dealing with church related topics, including several on the art of preaching, one of his long suits. But recently, heContinue reading “Praise for novel Incorporation from Flo Johnston in Chapel Hill News”