July 9 marks the date that South Sudan will celebrate its official independence as a sovereign nation.
Leaders of the Church of England and the Methodist Church have been urged to work more closely in the future in order to strengthen Christian unity.
Applications are now accepted for the 2012 Roanridge Grants, awarded annually for new and creative models for leadership development in small communities across the Episcopal Church.
What if cathedrals across North America, the long-held treasured symbols of tradition, were "re-imagined" into incubators and hubs for fresh and creative new ministries, "places where young adults can be drawn to explore Christian faith and spirituality within dioceses?"
The Rev. Catherine Dawkins made history in early June when she became the first woman to be ordained a priest in the Episcopal Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East during a service at St. Christopher's Cathedral in Manama, Bahrain.
Images of people "cut all to pieces" and cries of sheer terror and panic still haunt Cary Lee, but the special road district supervisor for Joplin, Missiouri, said June 6 that despite the devastation his faith has deepened through the outpouring of love and support after the deadliest...
During the week of May 19-22, St. Martin's, Houston, welcomed back to campus The Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. Dr. George L. Carey, 103rd Archbishop of Canterbury.
Realizing the challenges in providing and maintaining a strong web presence, the Episcopal Church Office of Communication is offering an innovative, affordable website program.