Retired Bishop of Liverpool Will Serve as Visiting Bishop in Diocese of Virginia The Rt. Rev. Susan E. Goff, Bishop Suffragan and Ecclesiastical Authority, announces
Because in this command, ‘do not fear’, our eyes are opened to God’s promise. We are called again to conversion to life, a conversion that daily says to us that we should pray to God: ‘I trust you. To hear my prayers, my protests, my praises, my laments, to hear my heart crying out to you in anger’ that says, whatever happens I trust that in some wonderful and mysterious way you feed me for eternity
By Solange De Santis. Worshipers and visitors to the main sanctuary, community center and chapel at Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Darien, Conn. are encountering a major, 100-piece art exhibit by Ludmila Pawlowska, an artist with Ukrainian roots who is dedicating 60% of any sales to Ukrainian refugee relief.
By Lynn Shuler Teague
One of the many things I value about the Episcopal Church is its official position that women should have moral agency in the difficult issue of abortion. The teachings of our Church tell us that abortion is not to be used for “mere convenience” or as a substitute for birth control. However, the Church affirms the dignity and bodily autonomy of those who are pregnant and clearly opposes legislation to prohibit abortion.
Teen fandom, the “proper” way to sing a hymn, plus we look at #416 from Hymnal ’82; For the Beauty of the Earth.
The vibe coming from the Lambeth Conference is a definite sense that, for the most part, we are moving towards an acceptance of difference, and that whatever it is that holds the communion together is stronger than the current issues pulling it apart.
Presiding Bishop’s reflections on the conversations on human dignity at Lambeth Conference