Jordan Trumble

Jordan Trumble is a parish priest in the Diocese of West Virginia where she also serves as Program Director at Peterkin Camp and Conference Center. She is a graduate of Capital University and Yale Divinity School/Berkeley Divinity School at Yale and is an alumna of both the Episcopal Urban Interm Program in Los Angeles and St. Hilda’s House in New Haven. Her interests include the religious landscape of the millennial generation and the intersection of food and faith. She tweets at @JordanTrumble.

Episcopal Service Corps set to join Faith Formation Department

Episcopal Service Corps set to join Faith Formation Department

In the Episcopal Church’s statement about this transition, Episcopal Service Corps board president Jason Sierra spoke of looking toward new ways of ministry, saying, “At our recent gathering, the board, program directors, and various stakeholders discerned that the resources, expertise, and network of the Episcopal Church’s Faith Formation Department, working in an innovative partnership with our program directors, will help unleash new visions and possibilities for ministry with young adults.”

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry critiques silence of religious moderates

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry critiques silence of religious moderates

“I’m concerned when I don’t hear religious leaders advocating for children to be number one on the social agenda of this country. I’m concerned when I hear silence from religious leaders after the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis marched through the streets of Charlottesville. I’m not hearing Jesus of Nazareth when I hear that silence.”

Matthew Shepard, victim of 1998 anti-gay hate crime, to be interred at Washington National Cathedral

Matthew Shepard, victim of 1998 anti-gay hate crime, to be interred at Washington National Cathedral

In a statement through Washington National Cathedral, Shepard’s mother stated: “For the past 20 years, we have shared Matt’s story with the world. It’s reassuring to know he now will rest in a sacred spot where folks can come to reflect on creating a safer, kinder world.”

Archbishop of Canterbury addresses UN Security Council

Archbishop of Canterbury addresses UN Security Council


If we can learn how to set conflict transformation in a framework of reconciliation – including at the grass roots, and not only by elites in conferences – we open ourselves to working together in new and more effective ways as we strive for peace…”

E. Mark Stevenson named canon for ministry within the Episcopal Church

E. Mark Stevenson named canon for ministry within the Episcopal Church

The Rev. Canon E. Mark Stevenson has been appointed Canon for Ministry Within the Episcopal Church, a role on the Presiding Bishop’s staff.  Stevenson currently serves as executive director of Episcopal Migration Ministries. He will assume his new role on September 1 and will continue working out of the Episcopal Church offices in New York City.

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