Bishop weeks dating show
Congratulations on your baptism and upcoming ordination!We'd love to see you around here more often and answer any questions that come up :)You've got nothing to be nervous about.Beyond that, he'll shoot the breeze a bit, to see if he can figure out what your spiritual needs will are, and how you will fit into the ward.He may ask questions to figure out what kind of calling (responsibility) to extend to you.Bishop was inspired to become involved with music after he saw the Beatles performing on "The Ed Sullivan Show." While in high school Stephen formed the band the Weeds; the group performed at local fraternity parties. Phil Collins cited Bishop as one of his favorite songwriters.His song "Tell Me It's Over" was recorded by Anni-Frid Lyngstad on her solo album "Something's Going On" (released in 1982), which was produced by Collins.As far as dress goes, I imagine he'll be dressed in his sunday clothes, but there's no pressure for you to do so.If you feel more comfortable in casual clothes, go for it.
Edit: Also, do I need to dress up like on Sunday to meet with the Bishop tonight or can I wear casual clothes? Expect a pleasant "get to know you" conversation with some theology questions thrown in.
As Quangdog said, it's mostly a "get to know you" style meeting.
He will ask you some questions, but most of them will be exactly the same as the ones you were asked during the baptismal interview.
(which you should honestly consider, but really can turn down)Remember, he's not a paid minister.
He may be an accountant, or a dentist, or a building contractor. He has only had it for a few years, and will only have it for a few years more.
His song "Separate Lives", based on his breakup with actress Karen Allen, was famously recorded by Collins as a duet with Marilyn Martin in 1985 and topped the US Billboard Hot 100.