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April 3, 2011

Margaret H. "Magee" Andersen, whose media and broadcast work served the Episcopal Church for more than 30 years in Los Angeles and New York, died March 30 in Thousand Oaks, California. She was 93.

A former head of audio-visual communication for Seabury Press in New York, Andersen was...

March 21, 2010

In the life of the church, communicators play the role of Jesus' eyes in the world, inviting others, through story telling, to do God's work, said Massachusetts Bishop M. Thomas Shaw during the 2010 Episcopal Communicators Conference's opening Eucharist March 17 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church...

March 23, 2009

Acknowledging an ever-expanding network of communications tools, members of Episcopal Communicators who gathered here at Camp Allen Conference and Retreat Center March 18-21 spent much of their time considering how to find the most effective methods and media to help the church spread its...

October 7, 2008

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu has commended Christian communicators for support that helped liberate his country from minority white rule, and has appealed for their continued assistance in the post-apartheid era.

"We are free today because you supported us," Tutu...

April 9, 2008

As the 35th annual meeting of Episcopal Communicators got underway April 9 in Seattle, Washington, participants began to experience the conference's theme of "Emerging Communications for an Emerging Church."

 

They gathered for an emerging Episcopal Church Eucharist led by...

September 22, 2007

Episcopal Communicators from across the country traveled to New Orleans in mid-September to be part of the on-going efforts to rebuild the city.

The group, which timed its visit to coincide with the House of Bishops meeting, included 20 church journalists in dioceses and parishes from...

January 8, 2007

Episcopal Communicators Robert Brown, Gordon Thomas, and Anne McConney have made transitions in their work and Eugene H. Willard was recently honored by his diocese.

Brown, communications director for the Diocese of Missouri and editor of Interim, completed his tenure on December 22,...

October 22, 2003

Dr. Sonia Francis, whose career at the Episcopal Church Center spanned 37 years and the terms of four presiding bishops, died of heart failure at her home in New York on Oct. 16. She was 61.

She retired from her position as the presiding bishop's executive director of program in March...

May 6, 2003

Episcopal Communicators from across the nation met April 23-26 in Los Angeles, described by the keynote speaker as "the brownest city in America," where the program of the conference drew heavily on the city's cultural diversity in exploring the theme of "transformation." The 120 participants...

April 30, 2003

The following Polly Bond awards were presented at the Episcopal Communicators Conference in Los Angeles, April 23-26.

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Award of Excellence: Donald Light, writer; Nan Cobbey, editor, for "Where are the health-care advocates?...