The Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows will become the first African American woman to lead an Episcopal Diocese when she becomes the Bishop of Indianapolis.
Fifteen bishops have issued a joint statement in response to the recent executive orders undoing the previous administrations efforts to…
At a Special Electing Convention on Saturday, delegates elected Rev. Samuel Rodman as the next bishop of the diocese of North Carolina.
All the Episcopal bishops in all six dioceses in the state of Texas have issued a response to Gov. Abbott’s action regarding resettlement and aid to refugees.
In a statement released Friday, Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely addressed the upcoming inauguration of President-elect Trump.
The senior woman bishop of the Church of England, the Rt. Rev. Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester, will celebrate at a Eucharist sponsored by the Inclusive Church as “a safe space” to LGBT worshipers.
On November 13th, the Global Anglican Future Conference released a list of members of the Church of England they felt…
The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington voted unanimously to dissolve the pastoral relationship with their bishop, The Rt. Rev. Douglas Hahn.
The Rt. Rev. Anne Hodges-Copple of the Diocese of North Carolina speaks to the Diocese about Wednesday’s shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte.
UPDATE: Nomination by petition process is here The Diocese of Los Angeles has announced the nominees for election as its next…
Bishop Melissa Skelton, Bishop of New Westminster in the Anglican Church in Canada, brings decades of experience in building congregations in both the ACC and The Episcopal Church, creating training programs on both sides of the border.
Update #3. We began this week celebrating the Fourth of July, as the week unfolded we experienced violence and counter-violence. Here are some Episcopal reactions during a complicated and tragic week.