Presiding Bishop Michael Curry spoke at the Diocese of Maryland’s 233rd annual convention this past weekend in Baltimore.
The Episcopal Church released the following letter yesterday regarding the bill that passed the House last week: I hope that this letter finds you well.
Roxanne Jimerson-Friday of the Shoshone tribe will be ordained to the priesthood by the Rt. Rev. John Smylie, the Bishop of the Diocese of Wyoming.
On Saturday, people all across the country (including in Fairbanks, AK!) took to the streets to voice their support for science and protest the current administration’s plans to gut the EPA and National Parks Service, among other things. Episcopalians joined the throng honoring “this fragile earth, our island home.”
The church is accepting applications for the position of Staff Officer for Church Planting Infrastructure from now until May 22.
The Most Rev. Michael Curry visited the Diocese of Utah this weekend for its Diocesan Convention and celebration of 150 years of service.
A conference called Water Justice, on the global water crisis took place this past week at Trinity Church Wall Street.
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