[Episcopal News Service – Charlottesville, Virginia] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on Sept. 7 visited each of Charlottesville’s three Episcopal churches, spoke at length with clergy and diocesan officials, and preached at an evening worship service here, less than a month after violence during...
The Rt. Rev. Andy Doyle joined an international group of Anglican pilgrims including five Anglican primates, the Anglican Communion Secretary General, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon and four other members of the Compass Rose Society for a special 12-day pilgrimage to the Holy Land focused on...
Preparándose para lo peor, Elena Jiménez*, junto con sus gemelas de 15 años, Camila y Carla*, vinieron a San Santiago, Austin, el 6 de mayo para obtener ayuda para preparar una declaración jurada autorizando un apoderado de sus hijas menores, por si ellas son separadas a causa de una deportación.
Churchwide reconciliation initiative to launch this week [Diocese of Maryland] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry returned to his old stomping grounds in the Diocese of Maryland, bringing an inspiring message and encouraging Episcopalians to claim their role as members of the Jesus Movement.
Following a year of listening, consulting and reflection, Episcopal Church leaders are inviting Episcopalians to study and commit to using Becoming Beloved Community: The Episcopal Church’s Long-term Commitment to Racial Healing, Reconciliation and Justice.
The staff and student body of Seminary of the Southwest welcomed a member of the Anglican Consultative Council on April 27, as part of his larger visit to the Diocese of Texas.
Last year the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta launched a three-year series of pilgrimages intended to bring victims of lynching and their stories to light.
The Episcopal Church’s Province VII is pursuing racial reconciliation ideas are getting an added boost this year through an initiative called Building Bridges: Reaching Across the Lines.