Join @PB_Curry by sharing your own “I Got Mine” story. Post your photo or video with the #igotmine hashtag, tag and invite your friends, and tell the world what getting the COVID-19 vaccine means to you.
The Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE) invites all to join a virtual churchwide revival July 27-30 that will feature stirring music, testimonies, learning, and messages from Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and others.
On Saturday, March 13, Sewanee hosted Emmanuel College for a men’s lacrosse game. In an email to the Sewanee community, Vice Chancellor Reuben Brigety reported that “Approximately 120 Sewanee students attended. To our great dismay, a few of the Sewanee students hurled the most vile racial...
Over 700 news outlets, including broadcast and newspaper outlets in large markets across the nation and around the world, such as CBS, The Washington Post, Daily Mail, USA Today and Yahoo News, have picked up an article written by an Associated Press journalist featuring the Diocese of Texas’...
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas acknowledges that its first bishop in 1859 was a slaveholder. An Episcopal church in New York City erects a plaque noting the building's creation in 1810 was made possible by wealth resulting from slavery.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry led a live-streamed prayer service from Washington National Cathedral, Holding on to Hope: A National Service for Healing and Wholeness, on All Saints Sunday, November 1, 2020. In the midst of a pandemic, racial reckoning, and a historic election, the live-streamed...
Washington National Cathedral joins our country in offering prayers for the president and first lady, and all those affected by the coronavirus.
A trailblazer prior to her appointment, she became an icon during her service on the court- often referred to as RBG. Justice Ginsberg worked to advance our country's constitutional rights for as long as her health allowed, and now we pray that she rest in peace. He