Operating in the state with the highest suicide rate of all 50, the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming is trying to make a difference with two suicide prevention videos featuring a group of young Jackson actors.
Day: January 18, 2015
by Maria L. Evans O God, whose beloved Son took children into his arms and blessed them: Give us grace to entrust N. to your never-failing care and love, and bring us all to your heavenly kingdom; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, […]
“MIQRA” is a Hebrew word, which means “reading,” and refers to the ancient Jewish practice of gathering at the local synagogue to hear a public reading of scripture, but it’s also the name of an Episcopal Youth gathering (two actually) this weekend in the Diocese of Kansas, and in the Diocese of Chicago. Youth from […]
by The Rev. Dr. Lauren R. Stanley I frequently wake in the morning completely surprised that I have made it through the night. No, I am not surprised that I am alive. I am surprised when I awake to discover that it is morning, and that apparently, one of my people has also […]
Now, it looks as though the Church of England’s General Synod will be examining a series of proposals backed by the Archbishops of York and Canterbury which have been described as the most radical shake-up in generations to prevent the church from going into “terrifying” decline
We want to believe that we can bury our flaws and our faults, our sins and trespasses, so deep they can never be found. When we find out how deeply we are known by the One who loves us, our response may be to flee. It’s often that way.