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Sad news emerged from King’s College, Cambridge yesterday that the much-loved Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols would not be broadcast live this year. The
In a sobering report released this week, the data from the 2019 parochial reports (submitted annually by each parish church, and which include data on average attendance and giving) paint a picture of a continued steady decline.
From the Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs: Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has issued the following statement: During this time of the COVID-19
Our friends at Episcopal News Service report on a parish in Baltimore which is grappling with its history of racism. While congregations across The Episcopal
In an interview recently published in Christianity Today, the former Archbishop of Canterbury and current Master of Magdalene College, Oxford, Rowan Williams, makes the case
The Presiding Bishop, Michael Curry, and President of the House of Deputies, Gay Jennings, have written to the Church with updates to the General Convention
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