Guest: Rev. Holly Clark-Porter
In this episode, host Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill is joined by the Rev. Holly Clark-Porter as they discuss Psalm 23 through the lens of trust. How do we trust God as we move through the valley of the shadow of death?
The Reverend Holly Clark-Porter is an irreverent revered who adores people, even the annoying ones. In her work, she hopes to bring people back to Church by uplifting the importance of a joyful community, the strength of working together for justice, and by giving voice to the relevancy of faithful love over hate and destruction. She has a passion for preaching, writing, and nerdy church things.
Holly is a graduate of Schreiner University where she received a Bachelor of Arts in English (2007). After a brief stint in politics, Holly graduated Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (2012), where she was a recipient of the Charles L. King Preaching Award and a member of the Scotch Council. She has served as pastor of Big Gay Church and Calvary Presbyterian, both of Wilmington, DE. She was also a funeral director and funeral chaplain at McCrery & Harra Funeral Homes (DE).
Holly and her wife, The Reverend Kaci Clark-Porter, recently moved from Delaware to El Paso, Texas, where they serve as Co-Pastors of Grace Presbyterian. They love camping, travelling the world in search of food and wine, and spoiling their Pitbull, Hazel.