Bible Women: All Their Words and Why They Matter is a groundbreaking new book by Episcopal priest and award- winning author Lindsay Hardin Freeman, who presents fascinating and unexpected insights of the ninety-three women whose words are recorded in scripture.
What is being called “a daily office for the 21st century” is now available to members of the Episcopal Church and beyond.
After a 25-year hiatus, Vacation Bible School returned to St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Hearn thanks to neighboring St. Andrew’s in Bryan.
Community rally's to help stock the shelves of the food pantry at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Ferguson, MO, as it looks to help families during the unrest in the community.
While the fatal police shooting of an unarmed African-American teenager continued to spark protests in Ferguson, Missouri, Episcopalians throughout the U.S. were grappling with a tough reality that it could have happened just about anywhere and with a difficult question: what should the church be ...
Amidst the reality of tensions often fueled by religions, a group of Christian, Muslim and Jewish youth has formed a multi-faith community.
Gaza’s only Christian hospital, Al-Ahli is ‘struggling to provide critical health care’ as the death toll in the Strip reaches 2000.
Applications are being accepted for a provincial delegate and up to 20 churchwide delegates to represent The Episcopal Church at the 59th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.