From Facebook Episcopalians Stand with Standing Rock: The following is a statement put forth by NDCIM, and endorsed unanimously by…
“With Church organisations you expect a higher standard than just a legalistic approach” – David Greenwood, child abuse lawyer.
They turned the incident to an opportunity for evangelism, providing sidewalk chalk to write grace notes outside the church.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry Election Message This November we will gather together as a nation to vote not only to elect…
The Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil (IEAB – Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil) is joining other churches in a coordinated…
Last year when Hurricane Joaquin was barreling down on Washington DC, Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, said that the storm was God’s judgement on the city because the US Supreme Court had ruled in favor of marriage equality. This week he did not claim that God’s wrath was involved in the flooding and desruction in Louisiana. This time he stated that it was an opportunity for the Church.
Joyce Parry Moore completed an undergraduate degree in theater & voice and then recieved a graduate degree in opera performance. But as much as she enjoys the theater arts, she maintains that her true calling is the Church. The Revd Parry Moore is now the rector of St James Episcopal Church in Kent WA.
A survey of Evangelical, Pentecostal, and certain mainline Protestant pastors show that about 11% of these clergy have been asked to officiate at a same-sex wedding.
Betsy, Greg, and Julie talk about the film Last Days in the Desert and discuss how a story emphasizing the humanity of Jesus reveals layers of understanding about temptation, family, desire, and destiny.
Provincial Synod to discuss resolution allowing for blessing of same-sex civil unions and ordination of LGBT persons