5 Jun 2024 0 Comment

Washington, DC-area church hosts multifaith vigil for peace and humanity

St. John’s Episcopal Church Norwood, in Chevy Chase, Maryland, hosted representatives of faith communities for a “Multifaith Vigil for Peace and Humanity” on June 2. The Rev. Anne Derse, deacon and minister for community...
5 Jun 2024 0 Comment

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s sermon kicks off Nuevo Amanecer

“If it’s not about love,” Presiding Bishop Michael Curry said, “it’s not about God.” “Live your life so that when children see you, they see something about the love of God,” Curry preached during the June 3 opening...
29 May 2024 0 Comment

Episcopal Bishop Charles Henry Brent featured among chaplains in WWI ‘Sacred Service’ exhibit

The work of Episcopal and other chaplains during World War I is highlighted in a new exhibit at the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri. Sacred Service, which opened in time for Memorial Day on May 23 and...
29 May 2024 0 Comment

June 22 revival, learning party in Louisville to feature prayer, worship, music and workshops

Planners of a revival taking place on June 22 in Louisville, Kentucky, say it will be a time of prayer, worship and music, as well as the chance for The Episcopal Church to say thank you to Presiding Bishop Michael Curry for his nine years...
22 May 2024 0 Comment

Committees hear testimony on developing a common framework for anti-racism training

General Convention’s Racial Truth-Telling, Reckoning & Healing committees heard testimony on May 16 on three proposed resolutions: the hiring of a chief equity officer, continued support of the Executive Council Committee on...
22 May 2024 0 Comment

June 22 revival, learning party in Louisville to feature prayer, worship, music and workshops

Planners of a revival taking place on June 22 in Louisville, Kentucky, say it will be a time of prayer, worship and music, as well as the chance for The Episcopal Church to say thank you to Presiding Bishop Michael Curry for his nine years...
15 May 2024 0 Comment

Brazil’s Anglican dioceses respond to catastrophic flooding, seek help from across the communion

Anglican leaders in Brazil are responding to devastating flooding in the nation’s southern regions – an ongoing “climatic catastrophe,” the leaders say, that has killed an estimated 150 people and displaced a half million residents...
15 May 2024 0 Comment

Resolution calling for more dialogue with United Methodist Church generates much testimony

A proposed resolution commending the goal of full communion between The Episcopal Church and the United Methodist Church drew 15 people to testify during a May 11 hearing of the deputies’ and bishops’ committees on Ecumenical &...
8 May 2024 0 Comment

General Convention to consider endorsing ‘migration with dignity’ principles

The 81st General Convention is considering at least three similar resolutions that would commit The Episcopal Church to supporting a global policy framework known as “migration with dignity.” Eight people testified in favor of the...
8 May 2024 0 Comment

San Francisco church offers space for ‘sacred sleep,’ support services every weekday

Every weekday at 7 a.m., the Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist in San Francisco, California, opens its nave to people who need a safe place to rest – what it calls “sacred sleep.” Those who come are unhoused neighbors in...