Nearly 1000 people marched with Bishops United Against Gun Violence June 28 at General Convention in Salt Lake City. Setting off from the Salt Palace after hearing Utah Bishop Scott Hayashi speak of his personal experience as a gunshot survivor, marchers streamed for more than a block behind the ...
The Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) affirms President Barack Obama’s call for tougher gun laws in the wake of the racially charged killing of nine black persons in the historic Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina June 17.
Bishop Andy Doyle gives moving prayer at commemoration of 150th anniversary of Juneteenth at Galveston event, June 19, 2015.
Bishop Nathan Baxter and the national Union of Black Episcopalians respond to the recent murders at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.
The 78th General Convention will be asked in two proposed resolutions to commit to its ongoing support and development of the Episcopal Church’s Young Adult Service Corps (YASC) and Episcopal Volunteers in Mission (EVIM) programs.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has joined faith leaders in Britain pledging to fast and pray for the success of key international negotiations over climate change, in a new declaration warning of the “huge challenge” facing the world over global warming.
The Rt. Rev. Brian Prior will ordain 33 people on June 20. Of these 33, six are Hmong members of Holy Apostles, the first Hmong-majority faith community within the Episcopal Church.
Virginia Theological Seminary announces the opening of the Center for Liturgy and Music (CLM) at VTS. The Center exists to serve clergy and musicians by helping them to discover resources and to develop skills in liturgy, music and preaching.