Bishop Hector Monterroso is very clear about his priorities for the Episcopal Church in Costa Rica. He wants to plant new churches, create more opportunity for Christian formation and model Christian testimony through service to the community. And he takes his vision literally.
Hundreds of South Sudanese Episcopalians united in prayers for peace at a two-day gathering held last week in Kenya’s Rift Valley.
Southland Episcopalians from Santa Barbara to Irvine were among thousands who gathered May 27 to remember and to honor six college students who were killed and 13 others who were injured during a deadly May 23 rampage in Isla Vista.
The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) has been awarded a 2014 Civil Society Effectiveness Award for a program that helps its partners provide bicycle and boat ambulances to remote communities in Mozambique, Burundi and Bangladesh.
Archbishop Justin Welby has received a warm welcome from the Church of Pakistan on the first day of his visit there.
The Rev. Bill Miller, a former priest in the Diocese of Texas, has a unique dual vocation. He owns a bar in Marfa, Texas and serves as a the rector of St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church on the island of Kauai, Hawaii.
Thousands of Episcopalians across the United States gathered in homes, restaurants and churches last Thursday, May 15, to share a meal and share stories of their faith.
Tengatenga will begin officially on July 1, 2014. He will teach courses in missiology, contemporary global Anglicanism, and related subjects.