Applications are now accepted for the 2015 United Thank Offering grants. The focus for the grants is Mark Four of the Anglican Marks of Mission: To transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and to pursue peace and reconciliation.
In addition to working towards a draft proposed 2016-2018 budget, the Episcopal Church’s Executive Council Oct. 27 approved resolutions on a number of social issues facing the church and the world.
These days not many people can access the secure areas of maritime workplaces, but few places prove more difficult to get to than deepwater offshore oil and gas exploration and production facilities.
Night clubs have shut their doors and a strict curfew is keeping the streets empty at night. But there's one place in Monrovia where people continue to gather despite the threat of Ebola: Sunday church service.
On October 22, The Episcopal Church will host and produce a groundbreaking forum on an important topic in our society: Civil Discourse in America: Finding Common Ground for the Greater Good.
Ola During Children’s Hospital in Freetown now has an Ebola Isolation Unit outside its hospital premise, following the gratis provision of a portion of land within Bishop’s Court at Fourah Bah Road.
Episcopal Relief & Development has today launched the Pastors and Disasters Toolkit, marking the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction and equipping local churches to plan and prepare more effectively to reduce and manage risks from disasters.
Clergy in West Africa have challenged Anglicans worldwide to “live as their brothers’ keepers” and act to address the Ebola crisis.