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.

Prayer service planned at detention center during General Convention

Prayer service planned at detention center during General Convention

“Praying for the women who are detained helps us act out for ourselves and the world the humanity of those detained. It reminds us that they are children of God, even as the prison tries to make them something other than that.”

Bishop Johnston on diocesan house culture, his retirement

Bishop Johnston on diocesan house culture, his retirement

Of course, the other matter I raised in my first letter is that for many months now I have been considering the options for my retirement. I can now tell you that for personal reasons I shall resign and retire earlier than I had planned (which is another reason not to elect a second suffragan at this time). I have not yet determined precisely when that will be, but I am looking toward the summer of next year, 2019.

Letter on welcoming LGBT+ people sparks controversy in the Diocese of Lichfield

Letter on welcoming LGBT+ people sparks controversy in the Diocese of Lichfield

A letter released by bishops in the Diocese of Lichfield regarding the inclusion of LGBT+ people in the Church of England has sparked controversy, leading to debate about what it means to include and honor. 

Earliest Gospel of Mark manuscript fragment discovered

Earliest Gospel of Mark manuscript fragment discovered

Last week, the Oxford-based Egypt Exploration Society published the most recent volume of their Oxyrhynchus Papyri series, making public a papyrus fragment of the Gospel of Mark dating from the late second or early third century AD, the earliest known fragment of that book.  

Diocese of Los Angeles launches social enterprise training program

Diocese of Los Angeles launches social enterprise training program

Episcopal Enterprises looks beyond traditional stewardship models by “providing an innovative platform for the church to engage in social enterprise in order to create greater capacity for ministry and better sustain our communities and our parishes.”   

Diocese of Virginia ends search for second bishop suffragan

Diocese of Virginia ends search for second bishop suffragan

In a letter to the Diocese of Virginia, published on the diocesan website today, the Rt. Rev. Shannon S. Johnston, XIII Bishop of Virginia, stated that the ongoing search for a second bishop suffragan has come to an end without an election.

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