Florida communities such as Fort Myers Beach, Cape Coral and Sanibel island were devastated.
As Hurricane Ian slammed into southwest Florida, the Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Florida posted a list of emergency resources. Coadjutor (incoming) Bishop Douglas Scharf posted a video on the diocesan Facebook page, noting the resources available and offering prayer.
The Rev. David Sibley, of St. Paul’s Church in Walla Walla, Wash., ended with $79,098 in winnings.
The Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina and the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina announced on Sept. 26 that they reached an agreement resolving numerous outstanding legal issues.
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We’ve decided that 250 seems like a good number and so after 5 years we’ve decided to take a break. In this episode we talk about what made this experience special for us. We’re talking about doing some special projects in the future, and when we do we’ll let you know!
We remember the Queen and then move into talking about misconceptions about the Bible before getting into the parable of the wicked servant
Episcopal Journal has ended its print edition with the September issue and is expanding its online presence, offering even more essential church news from around the world, thoughtfully curated independent opinion columns, features, and arts coverage.