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Denver church wants to offer parking for the homeless

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Denver wants to use its parking lot for overnight parking for the homeless sleeping in cars. The Uptown on the Hill neighborhood organization endorsed the plans for the safe parking site in August, and a good neighbor agreement will need to be completed before a site could open.

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Female bishops a salvation issue for ACNA diocese

In an effort to strengthen and not to whither (sic) our bonds of affection, we also wish to record our strong objection to the recent consecrations of women in provinces of the Global Anglican Future Conference and to the classification of the action as a “secondary issue.” … Issues that touch upon the salvation of souls are always primary issues…. – ACNA’s Diocese of Fort Worth

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Churches in Alabama hold vigil for Medicaid expansion

The candlelight vigils will be held at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Birmingham, Brown Presbyterian Church in Tuscaloosa, Holy Comforter Episcopal Church in Gadsden, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Montgomery, and All Saints Episcopal Church in Mobile.

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Bishop Spong has died

“It is with great sadness that we announced the death of the Rt. Rev. John Shelby Spong. He died peacefully in his sleep on Sunday morning,” St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia, where Spong had once been pastor, announced on Sunday (Sept 12).

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