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.
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.
On June 21st, Episcopal churches across the country opened their doors and invited people to pray for the thousands of immigrant children that have been separated from their families. Bishop DeDe [...]
It was the day before Mothers’ Day, and I indulged myself with a brand-new hardcover book that I bought from an actual bookstore. For this loyal public library patron, who loves the freedom from [...]
image: Dr. Catherine Meeks, director of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing in Atlanta, addresses the people of the Diocese of Central New York at our 2018 Ministry Fair. Photo: Charlie [...]
Every member of the church has been “called for a time such as this.” (Esther 4:14) Let prophets tell the truth in love. Let reconcilers move boldly into places of division and disagreement. Let [...]