The Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows will become the first African American woman to lead an Episcopal Diocese when she becomes the Bishop of Indianapolis.
A small village in Alaska copes with climate change.
The Rev. Carol Reese, an Episcopal priest and hospital chaplain, cares for victims of gun violence at a Chicago hospital.
Westminster Choir College, of Princeton, New Jersey, is being sold by Rider University, which acquired the college in 1992.
The Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music is inviting Episcopalians to complete an online survey as part of its effort to gather data on the church’s response to two marriage liturgies that were authorized for trial use at the 2015 General Convention.
A Syrian man raised in Islam converted to Christianity. He was baptized at the First Presbyterian Church in Tulsa. But when the church posted the event on their website, the man was attacked and tortured by angry relatives when he came home. He sued the church and lost.
A Maryland Episcopal parish has halted an annual local Confederate Flag Day ceremony that was set to take place in the church cemetery.
The fight against President Trump’s executive orders to turn away refugees, deport undocumented immigrants and build a wall along the Mexican border is about to escalate in many American churches.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and House of Deputies President the Rev. Gay Clark Jennings are the lead signers on an amicus brief filed March 2 by 1,800 clergy and religious leaders in a U.S. Supreme Court case involving transgender-bathroom use policies.
A Jewish temple in Victoria, Texas, has opened their doors to local Muslims after someone set fire to their mosque.