Night clubs have shut their doors and a strict curfew is keeping the streets empty at night. But there's one place in Monrovia where people continue to gather despite the threat of Ebola: Sunday church service.
Over eighty singers representing sixteen parishes gathered on Sunday, October 4th for the 55th Annual Diocesan (Adult) Choral Festival at Christ Church Cathedral
On October 22, The Episcopal Church will host and produce a groundbreaking forum on an important topic in our society: Civil Discourse in America: Finding Common Ground for the Greater Good.
The Houston-area 20s & 30s Service Day at the Houston Food Bank was a great success that included forty young adults from seven different congregations.
Hispanic congregations from all over the Diocese of Texas gathered on October 11 for the annual Hispanic Ministry Festival held this year at Iglesia Episcopal de San Pedro in Pasadena, TX.
In Peace River, Alberta a wrong number led to a very special Back to Church Sunday for the parishioners of St. James Anglican Cathedral.
The Houston Chamber Choir offers a poignant reflection on the tragic cost of armed conflict, as well as a renewed call for world peace and understanding.
Ola During Children’s Hospital in Freetown now has an Ebola Isolation Unit outside its hospital premise, following the gratis provision of a portion of land within Bishop’s Court at Fourah Bah Road.