Civil Discourse in America: Watch live webcast at 2pm Eastern

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Watch the live webcast, listen to the information and email your questions as political, interfaith and education leaders discuss a topic of great importance to our society: Civil Discourse in America: Finding Common Ground for the Greater Good.  Produced by The Episcopal Church, the 90-minute live webcast […]

Ferguson: ‘The ‘come to Jesus’ moment for us in the church’

Episcopal clergy, others arrested as protests continue

[Episcopal News Service] Danielle Dowd was back in front of the Ferguson police department Oct. 15, just two days after being arrested there while protesting the fatal police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown and other African-American youths. Since Brown’s Aug. 9 death, “I’ve come a couple of days every week, except for when my […]

Christian, Muslim and Jewish artists unite in prayer for the world

[Episcopal News Service] The Rev. Paul-Gordon Chandler grew up in Senegal, a predominately Muslim country in West Africa where his father was a minister. Throughout his childhood he observed the tension between Muslims and Christians. “I thought there has to be a better way. Most of my best friends were Muslims, and today still, Muslims […]

Ministry serves farmworkers through sacraments, outreach

[Episcopal News Service – Newton Grove, North Carolina] On a rainy, humid mid-September morning five hours before the Sunday noon Eucharist at Sacred Family, the Rev. Tony Rojas got behind the wheel of a white van and began making the rounds to pick up men from the farmworker camps set back on highways and county […]