Phina Borgeson

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Episcopal Deacon involved in food system ministry and developing diaconal ministry leaders.

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July 24, 2008

“It’s a little tiring, but definitely worth it,” said Bill Slocumb, more than half way through his summer visits to 22 Episcopal camps and conference centers in 19 dioceses. Slocumb, director of member services for...

July 3, 2008

Though many California wildfires are nearing containment, some of more than one hundred which started June 20 and 21 from lightning strikes continue to burn in Mendocino County. An evacuation warning for Greenfield Ranch, a community...

June 4, 2008

When rioting over food prices led to the dismissal of Haiti's Prime Minister Jacques-Édouard Alexis in April, global media attention turned to this country located on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola. Episcopalians, through...

May 5, 2008

Students from Imago Dei Middle School in Tucson, Arizona, learned that they had placed third in the School of the Future Design Competition at the awards gala on May 2. The ceremony took place at the National Building Museum in Washington...

April 21, 2008

When the Ecumenical Roundtable on Science, Technology and the Church assembled at Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, New Mexico, April 11 and 12, Larry Rasmussen, Reinhold Niebuhr Professor Emeritus, Union Theological Seminary, New York City,...

April 6, 2008

A little more than a year after moving into their new school building, students at St. Philip's Academy in Newark, New Jersey, not only have a much bigger, brighter science lab, but they also have a building that itself serves as a...

March 30, 2008

The National Council of Churches (NCC) Eco-Justice Program challenges "congregations to take action to address climate change" in their resources for Earth Sunday 2008, "The Poverty of Global Climate Change."   NCC Earth Day...

February 25, 2008

Action steps to advance the development of baptismal ministry was the focus of the Living Stones Partnership when it gathered February 16-19 in Des Moines, Iowa. While devoting most of their time together to reflect on one another's...

February 20, 2008

With solar power at St. Paul's Church in Walnut Creek, California, now on line, the Rev. M. Sylvia O. Vasquez reminded her parishioners that they are making an immediate impact on the environment. The project's peak power capacity of...

January 27, 2008

The third annual Evolution Weekend, February 8-10, will be marked by members of more than 100 Episcopal congregations calling upon scientists and science educators in their communities to employ their skills as preachers and teachers....

October 7, 2007

Eleanor McKenzie DelBene, chair of the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama Task Force for the Stewardship of Creation, explaining the purpose of their Watersheds and Warming initiative, emphasizes: "We are focused on weaving broader networks for...

October 7, 2007

Eleanor McKenzie DelBene, chair of the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama Task Force for the Stewardship of Creation, explaining the purpose of their Watersheds and Warming initiative, emphasizes: "We are focused on weaving broader networks for...

August 6, 2007

During the hot and dry months of August and September, the National Council of Churches (NCC) Eco-Justice Program is asking churches to use water wisely as part of their Adamah Congregations action program. The NCC hopes to reach people...

August 6, 2007

During the hot and dry months of August and September, the National Council of Churches (NCC) Eco-Justice Program is asking churches to use water wisely as part of their Adamah Congregations action program. The NCC hopes to reach people...

May 20, 2007

Uniting through a common concern for creation, Muslim, Christian and Jewish religious leaders announced May 21 a pact to fight global warming in a statement delivered to the White House and Congress.   "An Interfaith...

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