Over the last few weeks, many Americans have been eagerly awaiting their stimulus payments from the CARES Act, meant to soften the economic blow of the COVID-19 outbreak. These funds are critical to those struggling with job loss, reduced wages, or unexpected expenses during this challenging time.
Defying odds, challenging systems, and keeping the faith, were the ongoing struggles of the African American preacher. At times it may have seemed that he carried the weight of the world, but if not the world, then certainly the weight of a people.
The pastors and leaders of the undersigned churches and Christian groups continue to pray for an end to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are lifting up all those who are grieving, those who are sick, the front-line first responders, healthcare workers and others who are putting themselves at risk for...
Members of the St. Stephen’s Episcopal School Upper School orchestra performed a remote concert in mid-April to the delight of the entire school community. St. Stephen’s 11th grader Matthew Kim served as concertmaster for their rendition of “La Cumparsita,” a popular tango by Gerardo Matos...
The Rt. Rev. John Clark Buchanan, assistant bishop of The Episcopal Diocese of Texas (2004-2006), peacefully entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, April 15, at his home in South Carolina, surrounded by his family.
Dear doctors, nurses, and the entire medical community THANK YOU!"
As churches across the country scramble to provide online worship services, some faith leaders are looking for ways to go deeper and create an atmosphere that replicates the life of the church family, amidst a touchless environment.
In 1883, during the Sewanee Conference, southern bishops had met to devise a proposal to be voted upon by General Convention that would formally segregate Black and White Episcopalians. While the proposal failed to pass, southern dioceses, in retaliation, set up “colored convocations” as...