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Financing the church

Funding the work of the church has gone through many evolutions across time and seems to be in flux once again. In this article Professor Robert W. Prichard offers a brief survey of the history of financing the Episcopal Church

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On helping the homeless

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring the role of money in the life of faith and in the life of the church. In this piece, Timothy Dombeck offers his perspective on giving (or not) to the homeless

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Going beyond “woe to the rich”

In the magazine this month we’re exploring the place of money in the life of faith and the life of the church. In this piece, Sandy Webb contrasts the relationship of wealth to faith in Matthew’s Gospel.

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Episcopalians and the Tithe

Like many congregations, his church was struggling to raise adequate financial resources. Yet, if more people gave generously, like he learned as a child, the church would have enough money and then some. What’s up with Episcopalians and the tithe?

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Being Who We Say We Are

Bishop Mary Gray-Reeves reminds us of the importance of gender equity in the body of Christ and shows how we can continue moving in that direction

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