Diocese of Kansas

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May 31, 2013

Karin Feltman plays guitar at a hospital in Dadeldhura, Nepal, during a visit there in May 2012. Feltman, a member of St. Margaret’s, Lawrence, Kansas, will become a long-term missionary there beginning in 2014.

[Episcopal Diocese of Kansas] Karin Feltman, by her own admission...

December 21, 2012

By: Bronwyn

Occasionally I will post writings by youth, youth ministers and others across the Episcopal Church who have an important message to share. The posting below was written by Jeremiah Shipman, a 9th grader who participated in a recent Episcopal Docese of Kansas event, ADVENTure. Over the weekend, ...

July 19, 2010

The newest congregation in the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas has moved into a new home in the town of Spring Hill, and that move already has helped membership more than triple, from nine to 29 active congregants.

St. Clare's Episcopal Church welcomed the public for worship on Pentecost,...

July 18, 2010

Two parishes in the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas -- one small and rural, the other large and suburban -- have found new ways this summer to feed hungry children in their communities.

Both are participants in the popular BackSnack program operated by Harvesters, a Kansas City food bank,...

June 2, 2009

Bishop Dean E. Wolfe of the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas and a dozen clergy who serve Episcopal churches in the metropolitan Wichita area have issued a statement expressing their sadness and horror at the murder on May 31 of Dr. George Tiller.

Tiller, a physician who provided abortions,...

March 12, 2009

Three times weekly, John Emerson "works up a good Christian sweat" pumping iron during a half-hour power walk with other men from Trinity Episcopal Church in Lawrence, Kansas.

But first, they pray.

"It's inspirational," said Emerson, 80, a semi-retired trust and estate attorney...

June 20, 2008

St. Timothy's Church, Iola, might be small, but it's really cooking up a storm. Literally.

Its parishioners' efforts to provide food for people in their southeast Kansas town — and lots of it — have earned them a nickname.

"We're known as the church that feeds people," said the...

July 12, 2007

The Very Rev. Jerry Adinolfi, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Coffeyville, was among the first people to survey flood-damaged areas of town on July 11 as residents were allowed in for the first time since flood waters poured over the city's levees on June 30.

He and other clergy...

July 2, 2007

Heavy rains over the past two weeks have caused flooding throughout southeast Kansas, swamping Coffeyville and Neodesha and drenching the area, which is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas.

 

The Very Rev. Jerry Adinolfi, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Coffeyville,...

May 11, 2007

Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) is providing emergency assistance to Greenburg, Kansas and other communities in Kansas affected by tornadoes and flooding.

From May 4-6, many towns in Kansas suffered significant damage after tornadoes swept across the state. In the town of...

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