Archives for 2016

Le Magazine anglican : veillée de Noël des deux côtés de l’Atlantique

Émission de décembre

Pour écouter l’émission cliquer sur : Fréquence Protestante Depuis la Cathédrale d’Halifax, en Nouvelle Écosse, jusqu’au château de Stirling dans la vieille Écosse, le Magazine Anglican nous convie à une veillée de Noël pleine de surprises. À écouter: les chœurs les plus réputés des églises anglicanes/épiscopales des deux côtés de l’Atlantique, mais aussi des interprètes inattendus ! En compagnie […]

Archbishop of Canterbury’s Christmas sermon

Archbishop Justin Welby’s sermon preached at Canterbury Cathedral the morning of Dec. 25. Luke 2:1-20 The normal processes of life do not stop because we are celebrating Christmas; today 360,000 babies will be born, 151,000 people will die. Life in all its rawness continues to happen to people both far away and close to us, even if news-gathering slackens.  News does not stop […]

Archbishop of Canterbury’s Ecumenical Christmas Letter

Thursday 22nd December 2016 Read the Archbishop’s Christmas letter to churches around the world Christmas 2016, Lambeth Palace, London Greetings in the name of Jesus, the Word made flesh who by the action of God and the obedience of His blessed Mother, the God bearer, came to dwell among us, Emmanuel. In November, I visited […]

Security services foil Christmas Day Melbourne cathedral terror plot

[Anglican Communion News Service] Police and security services in Australia say that they have foiled a Christmas Day terror attack that had been planned against Melbourne’s Anglican Cathedral. In a joint operation involving more than 400 heavily armed officers, the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, the Australian Federal Police and Victorian State Police arrested six men […]

National Cathedral to host customary post-inaugural prayer service

[Episcopal News Service] Washington National Cathedral will again play out one of its traditional roles in U.S. life next month by offering Donald Trump and the nation a chance to come together in prayer. The 58th Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service will take place Jan. 21, the day after Trump is sworn in as the country’s […]

Episcopal Migration Ministries announces new resettlement partner in West Virginia

[Episcopal Migration Ministries] I am so very pleased to know that the State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration has approved the application for refugee resettlement in Charleston, West Virginia, submitted by Episcopal Migration Ministries on behalf of the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia and West Virginia Interfaith Refugee Ministry (WVIRM). West Virginia Interfaith Refugee […]

Volunteers needed for Episcopal Church committee for staff officer for black ministries

Applications due by Jan. 20

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Volunteers are being recruited for a search committee to develop a position description and interview candidates for the Episcopal Church’s staff officer for black ministries, a member of the presiding bishop’s staff. A letter to the church from the Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, canon for evangelism, reconciliation and […]

In Northern California, a Christmas service for special-needs children

[Diocese of Northern California] Big stuffed monkeys scattered on the floor in front of the altar and beanbag chairs weren’t what you’d expect to see at St. James’ Episcopal Church, Lincoln, California, which usually holds services in its simple white-washed church building in traditional prayer book fashion. But on Dec. 17, the parish had prepared […]

Bishops respond to Berlin Christmas market terror attack

[Anglican Communion News Service] Bishops from the Church of England and the U.S.-based Episcopal Church with responsibility for churches in Europe have responded to last night’s terror attack on a Christmas market in German’s capital Berlin. A Polish truck driver was shot and killed and his truck used to plow into the crowds enjoying the […]

En el norte de California, un oficio de Navidad para niños con necesidades especiales

[Diócesis de California Septentrional] Grandes monos de peluche esparcidos por el suelo frente al altar y poltronas [pufs] no era lo que uno esperaba ver en la iglesia episcopal de Santiago Apóstol [St. James’ Episcopal Church] en Lincoln, California, que suele celebrar oficios en un edificio sencillo de paredes blancas y conforme a la tradición del […]