Bishop Philip North, Bishop of Burnley, says that that the church has forgotten the poor and working class.
African-Americans in both the Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America were called this week to help build the future of their churches by working hard in the present.
Episcopal Divinity School formally announced their agreement with Union Seminary of New York and appointed a new Dean today.
The Rev. David Simmons discusses the proposed full communion agreement between the Episcopal Church and the United Methodist Church with that well known cradle Episcopalian, Willy Wonka.
The Diocese of Texas, through the Episcopal Health Foundation, is promoting positive mental health and resiliency training through a program called “Living Compass.”
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