Posts Posts by: "Jordan Trumble"

Earlier this week, a Summit County, Utah church made local news, something to which many churches aspire.  This time, however, it wasn’t for something to celebrate.  The church, unnamed in the article, made the local news because they have been the target of scammers four times in the past year.  Although, each scam was…(Read More)

This week, Church Pension Group (CPG) released their annual report.  The report, which has the subtitle “A Stable Presence,” details trends in investments, shares current statistics about their services, introduces new board members and employees, and gives a snapshot of current priorities for the organizations that fall under its purview.  Church Pension Group includes The…(Read More)

The resolution states, “All Episcopal institutions, programs, facilities, and services must ensure the safety of participants which should include requiring that all participants and staff participating are vaccinated in accordance with the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Immunization Schedule and/or applicable state law…(Read More)

The Church of England is bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase “high church” this week as they change regulations surrounding their investment funds, the Church Commissioners for England fund, allowing for the possibility of funds being invested in medicinal cannabis.  Medicinal cannabis was legalized in the U.K. in November 2018. The Church…(Read More)

It was announced earlier this week that Heather Cook, a former suffragan bishop in the Diocese of Maryland, will be released from prison later this month after serving just over three and a half years of a seven year sentence stemming from a December 27, 2014 traffic accident in which she struck and killed a…(Read More)

Earlier this week, the Bishop of the Diocese of West Texas, David M. Reed, released a letter detailing several immigration initiatives that are ongoing in the diocese.  The Diocese of West Texas is the southernmost diocese in the state and includes the cities of San Antonio, Brownsville, and Corpus Christi.  The diocese borders Mexico to…(Read More)

Although this move is a shocking policy reversal in the eyes of many, the reversal does not officially change the LDS Church’s stance or teaching against same-sex marriage. Rather, this change in policy simply offers a venue for the inclusion of children and youth who would have otherwise been excluded until legal adulthood…(Read More)

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