The Diocese of Europe, has launched an emergency appeal through the Anglican mission agency Us (formerly USPG) to help fund its work with the hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing conflicts in Syria, Afghanistan and Eritrea.
Bishop Doyle on the 14th Anniversary of September 11, 2001
In Huntington, West Virginia, a small city with a population of 50,000 people, the village has been gaining strength through a fledgling community initiative introduced by the Rev. Chip Graves in downtown Huntington.
The Most Rev. Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon was commissioned as Secretary General of the Anglican Communion on Friday, September 4, in the Chapel of St Andrew at the Anglican Communion Office in London.
Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori and President of the House of Deputies the Rev. Gay Clark Jennings have issued a letter calling on Episcopal congregations to participate in “Confession, Repentance, and Commitment to End Racism Sunday” on September 6.
ugene Taylor Sutton, Episcopal bishop of Maryland and Ian Douglas, Episcopal bishop of Connecticut, outspoken advocates of deterring gun violence, will teach an online course on a practical response to gun violence that is open to all from September 14-28, 2015.
An Army chaplain has won a national prize for an original sermon that he will deliver on Sept. 11 at a chapel near ground zero that became a sanctuary of consolation after the terrorist attacks.
It has been nearly a decade since Hurricane Katrina devastated many states along the gulf coast, leaving over 1,800 dead and tens of thousands displaced. Through the #KATRINA10 Blog Series we will be sharing stories over the next few weeks to commemorate the anniversary of the event and celebrate ...