7th Heaven

60 minutes

The central characters are "Reverend Eric Camden", his wife Annie, and their seven children. "Reverend Camden" is the senior pastor of the Glen Oak Community Church, whose Protestant denomination is typically never disclosed (with the exception of an episode that was narrated by Simon in season 8, and in a season 11 episode in which Annie coments on how Protestants can't have a confession and in season 6 episode 15 when Matt tells Sarah Glass that his father is Protestant). In most episodes, any Christian element remains ostentatiously unstated, and indeed the actual word "Jesus" is rarely mentioned. One can, however, rule out some US fundamentalist denominations considering that Lucy has become a clergywoman, given that some American Protestant denominations do not permit women to occupy a clerical position.

60 minutes

The central characters are "Reverend Eric Camden", his wife Annie, and their seven children. "Reverend Camden" is the senior pastor of the Glen Oak Community Church, whose Protestant denomination is typically never disclosed (with the exception of an episode that was narrated by Simon in season 8, and in a season 11 episode in which Annie coments on how Protestants can't have a confession and in season 6 episode 15 when Matt tells Sarah Glass that his father is Protestant). In most episodes, any Christian element remains ostentatiously unstated, and indeed the actual word "Jesus" is rarely mentioned. One can, however, rule out some US fundamentalist denominations considering that Lucy has become a clergywoman, given that some American Protestant denominations do not permit women to occupy a clerical position.

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After 11 heavenly seasons in Glenoak, the longest-running family drama in television history bids us farewell as Eric and Annie decide to celebrate Eric's clean bill of health in a spontaneous way. Meanwhile, Kevin and Lucy make some final decisions about

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s11e22 And Away We Go
May 13, 2007
After 11 heavenly seasons in Glenoak, the longest-running family drama in television history bids us farewell as Eric and Annie decide to celebrate Eric's clean bill of health in a spontaneous way. Meanwhile, Kevin and Lucy make some final decisions about
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You Take The High Road
November 12, 2006
November 12, 2006
You Take The High Road
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Thanks and Giving
November 26, 2006
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Thanks and Giving
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Christmas!
December 10, 2006
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Decon Blues
January 28, 2007
January 28, 2007
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Tit for Tat
February 11, 2007
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Small Miracles
April 8, 2007
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Inked
April 15, 2007
April 15, 2007
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And Away We Go
May 13, 2007
May 13, 2007
And Away We Go
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The show really demonstrates the need for family life and how parents have to manage their children under different age groups. I also like the way the writers bring up such important social and moral issues, with a sensitive yet informative view point. It just a fabulous family drama that can attract viewers at any age.
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Great show, really enjoyed it

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