Are you called to minister with the incarcerated? Here's five steps to get your ministry started.
Deacon Dorothy Pierce brings Learning Communities techniques to a bible study for formerly incarcerated men and women and their families.
Stewardship is the spiritual practice of giving back to God from what God has given us; it’s how we spend our resources: our time, talents, energy, and money. Intentional practices around [...]
Grace Episcopal Church of Utica held a space for prayer and hope in the midst of a recent rancorous political rally. President Donald Trump was in the church's neighborhood headlining a [...]
Outside detention center for migrant women, Episcopalians pray for immigrants and separated families
Over 1,000 Episcopalians came together outside the Hutto Detention Center in Taylor, Texas to pray for the migrant women detained there.
Ms. Carol Forrester is a Deputy to the 79th General Convention who lives and worships in the North Country area of our Diocese. She reflects on the Episcopal revival that inspired Episcopalians [...]
Responding to the #MeToo movement, the House of Bishops of The Episcopal Church created a powerful service at the church’s General Convention in which laypeople and clergy from a variety of [...]