On Saturday, people all across the country (including in Fairbanks, AK!) took to the streets to voice their support for science and protest the current administration’s plans to gut the EPA and National Parks Service, among other things. Episcopalians joined the throng honoring “this fragile earth, our island home.”
The church is accepting applications for the position of Staff Officer for Church Planting Infrastructure from now until May 22.
The Ministry Division in the Church of England has released a study, Vocational pathways: Clergy leading large churches, about why women are under represented in major parishes in England.
Yesterday, two Coptic churches in Egypt where hit by suicide bombers.
On March 29, the United Kingdom began the formal process of withdrawing from the European Union. This process could take up to two years for negotiations to be completed. As Brexit, as it’s commonly known, becomes a reality, religious leaders in the EU are expressing their concern.
The Most Rev. Michael Curry visited the Diocese of Utah this weekend for its Diocesan Convention and celebration of 150 years of service.
In a fascinating short video, the New York Times featured Medieval prayer beads, sometimes called prayer nuts, on its Daily 360. It gives an opportunity for a close up view of the exquisite minuscule boxwood carvings from the 15th and 16th centuries.
A conference called Water Justice, on the global water crisis took place this past week at Trinity Church Wall Street.
In the shadow of the cross and Good Friday, eight other state-sanctioned executions will take place. Beginning with Easter Monday, the state of Arkansas has scheduled the executions of eight death row inmates.