Archbishop Suheil Dawani of the Diocese of Jerusalem has been elected as the next Primate of the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East.
More than four years after the unsolved murder of 19-year-old Jorge Fuentes, a group of Episcopalians in Boston, Massachusetts, will again spend Mother’s Day walking for peace in his name.
A task force studying the ministry of bishops is working on “What does the church in 2017 need in bishops?” The Task Force on the
A French exchange student describes her experience of trying to enter this country to attend school in Traverse City, Michigan and take part in the youth group at the local parish, Grace Church.
The Rt. Rev. DeDe Duncan-Probe, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York, will take part in a Blessing of the Bikes.
The Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows will become the first African American woman to lead an Episcopal Diocese when she becomes the Bishop of Indianapolis.
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