Resources, meditations and study guides to provide a means to experience a reflective Lenten season are available from the Episcopal Church at http://www.episcopalchurch.org/lent
Former volunteer coordinator, Luke Blount, recounts his time in Galveston
The Abundant Living Conference convened for their 8th annual meeting this week at Camp Allen to “celebrate creative aging.” The three-day conference serves older adults (and care givers) with programs designed to facilitate active lives and to help people deal with the effects of aging.
When the Rev. Joseph "Sonny" Browne III began a historic preservation project at his Roxobel, North Carolina, ancestral "homeplace" last year he faced a stark reality — that its roots, and his, included slavery.
The Good Friday offering to assist churches in Jerusalem and the Middle East is an 89-year-old tradition in the Episcopal Church.
A nearly lifelong activist for racial and gender equality, Pauli Murray, at the age of 67, became the first African American woman to be ordained as an Episcopal priest in 1977
President Barack Obama announced Feb. 4 that Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori would be joining his administration as a member of the President's Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
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