About 100 people from the neighborhood of Green Street in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania gathered on Sept. 13 for a memorial service for 9-year-old Jarrod Tutko, Jr. who died in July in his home from neglect, starvation and dehydration.
Episcopalians, friends and partner agencies around the globe are joining together to celebrate Episcopal Relief & Development’s 75th Anniversary.
The Episcopal Church is providing $40,000 in support of the Diocese of Missouri for immediate domestic poverty, pastoral and community work in Ferguson, MO.
The Rev. Pat Ritchie talks about her recent trip down to the USA-Mexico border.
Archbishop Justin Welby is opening up Lambeth Palace to adults aged 20-35 to spend a year living, praying and studying together as a radical new Christian community
Church leaders and agency workers in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are calling for increased prayer and practical support as they struggle to contain the Ebola outbreak.
Anglicans are turning to crowdfunding websites in the hope that lots of people giving small amounts will help them raise much-needed funding.
While the outside of St. Mary’s Episcopal Churchin Napa, California, looks perfect after the Aug. 24 magnitude-6 earthquake, the inside of the church is a different matter.