This morning, anticipating the 4th of July by three days, we celebrate Independence Day, one of two national holidays which is also a church holy day, the other one being Thanksgiving. We have much to be thankful for in addition to our independence. President Kennedy, in his book by the same...
How do children separated from their families on the border call us to our baptismal promise to strive for justice and respect the dignity of every human being?
As a longtime friend of SSJE, I decided to follow the Lenten series "Growing a Rule of Life." As I worked on the exercises, I realized that all these years I was feeling like a work horse and not a person - and I truly FELT how painful that was!
Bishop Jeff W. Fisher reflects on his experience at the recent House of Bishops meeting in Alaska
Cindy Laporte, head of All Saint’s Episcopal Day School, grabbed my shoulder and led me to a length of rope that seemed to lead to the sky. I reached up, grabbed it, and pulled. Up. Down. Up. Down. Ding. Dong. Ding. Dong. As I released the rope Mrs. Laporte guided me into the nave of the church...
I think the most rewarding part of Episcopal practice is the way we are able to integrate religion into education in a way that is still inclusive of people of all different backgrounds, cultures and even other religions.
The Rev. Lisa Hines, rector at Calvary, Bastrop, preached on "bright love" during her sermon on September 3, 2017.
The Rev. Cynthia Caruso reflects on her experience at St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church in Manor, Texas.