August 24, 2015
- Liberian president, a United Methodist, opposes plan to amend constitution to declare Liberia a Christian state.
[Episcopal News Service] Casi 50 años después de que Jonathan Daniels fuera asesinado por un subalguacil del condado de Lowndes, Alabama, los peregrinos que vinieron a Hayneville, el 15 de agosto, para recordar el martirio del seminarista recorrieron las calles presididos por un auto patrullero del alguacil del condado.
- Relationships strengthened and expanded through the Katrina recovery process have created a new normal for local disaster response.
[Anglican Church of Canada] As the cool evening air settled, Sacred Circle participants congregated around a small evergreen tree ready to be planted as part of a tradition at the end of the gathering.
Before the tree was planted, Bishop Lydia Mamakwa of the Indigenous Spiritual Ministry of Mishamikoweesh offered a few words.
“Planting a tree is an occasion for us to learn from,” Bishop...
- Epworth Project helps connects thousands of volunteers to homeowners who needed help after Katrina.
[Palmer Trinity School press release] Palmer Trinity School is pleased to announce the appointment of Juan Gomez as the new Director of Development.
“Juan brings energy, enthusiasm, and most importantly experience, which will complement our vision, as well as advance our development programs and School objectives,” stated Head of School, Patrick Roberts.
As Director of Development, Juan will provide...
[Historical Society of the Episcopal Church press release] The Historical Society of the Episcopal Church is pleased to announce its recipient of the 2015 Nelson R. Burr Prize, the Rev. Dr. Tim Vivian. Dr. Vivian teaches in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of California State University, Bakersfield. He is honored for his article “Wake the Devil from His Dream: Thomas Dudley, Quincy Ewing, Religion, and the...
August 24, 2015
It’s been about a week and a half since surgery and every single day feels better. It’s a daily lesson to take things slowly, refraining from pushing myself so that I don’t set myself back.
The gift of all of this time has been the surrounding community offering prayers and words of encouragement. Opening my inbox or logging...
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] The Domestic and Foreign Missionary Development Office will sponsor the Fall 2015 Symposium on fundraising, Community Engagement and Spiritual Formation: Stories of Transformation, on Thursday and Friday, October 8 and 9 in Atlanta, GA.
“This year, we’re taking this very well-received event on the road to...