Fr. Clint Wilson is associate rector at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Nashville, Tennessee.
He was born and raised in Birmingham, AL, where he also attended college. In 2006 he moved to Denver, CO to attend seminary, focusing on the academic discipline of Biblical Studies with the intention of doctoral work and teaching. However, he prayerfully discerned a call to ministry through a vibrant local parish — the same parish where he “walked the Canterbury Trail.”
Discernment led eventually to his ordination and work in church planting in downtown Denver. Subsequently he and his wife Theresa sojourned at Nashotah House Theological Seminary where he finished a Master of Divinity degree. At St. George’s, where he now works, he oversees Family Ministry, Christian Formation, and serves as the pre-school chaplain and parish coordinator for the Nashville Fellows Program. His wife Theresa is Director of the Nashville Fellows Program and outshines him in almost every way! They have a dog named Denver and love all things outdoors.
The Herodian thirst for power led to countless children being baptized by blood, a baptism our Lord himself would escape only for a season (it was necessary first for him to be baptized in water to fulfill all righteousness).
I feel … thin. Sort of stretched, like … butter scraped over too much bread. I need a holiday. A very long holiday. — Bilbo Baggins, from J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring
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We often seek to set the table, to choose what we think is best for us, to eat something other than what has been given. My grandfather taught me that God has already set the table; he has said his grace.