Ethnic Ministries

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September 30, 2015

[Episcopal News Service – Seoul, South Korea] The Rev. Winfred Vergara, the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society’s missioner for Episcopal Asiamerica Ministries, preached the sermon at the opening Eucharist Oct. 1 for Episcopal Asiamerica Ministries’ Sept. 30-Oct. 5...

September 29, 2015

Most of sessions of the Sept. 30-Oct.1 Episcopal Asiamerican Ministries International Consultation will take place at the Anglican Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Nicholas in downtown Seoul.

[Episcopal Asiamerica Ministries press release] The Episcopal Asiamerica Ministries, with...

October 29, 2014

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] Bishop Stacy Sauls, Episcopal Church Chief Operating Officer, has announced the awarding of a $150,000 grant devoted to Asian Ministries at the Li Tim-Oi Center for Chinese Ministry in San Gabriel, CA (Diocese of Los Angeles).

The funding, to...

September 24, 2014

The WCC Indigenous People’s representatives in New York for the UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples.

[World Council of Churches press release] Scattered throughout the recent history of Indigenous Peoples are national treaties, declarations and laws that...

September 23, 2014

[Episcopal News Service] Sarah Eagle Heart, missioner for indigenous ministries for the Episcopal Church since 2009, has been named one of 40 emerging American Indian leaders by The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED). The award recognizes 40 emerging...

September 22, 2014

[Episcopal News Service] Sarah Eagle Heart, missioner for indigenous ministries for the Episcopal Church since 2009, has been named one of 40 emerging American Indian leaders by The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED). The award recognizes 40 emerging American...

September 9, 2014

Last November, Sister Maureen Fiedler hand-delivered a letter to Pope Francis’ ambassador in Washington, D.C., urging the pontiff to renounce a 15th-century church document that justifies the colonization and oppression of indigenous peoples. Photo courtesy of Jean M....

September 9, 2014

[Episcopal News Service] The United States and Canada may be separated by a border but Native Americans on both sides of it share a deadly reality: their rate of suicide surpasses that of the general population.

So much so that “we recently had an international consultation with people...

June 17, 2014

[Episcopal News Service — Fort Defiance, Arizona] Kimball Shorty purified the Good Shepherd Mission church and the people in it June 14 at the start of the ordination liturgy for transitional deacon candidates Cathlena Plummer and Leon Sampson at Good Shepherd Mission Church here. This...

June 17, 2014

Kimball Shorty anoints Cathlena Plummer’s mouth with corn pollen in a traditional Navajo blessing during the June 14 ordination of Plummer and Leon Sampson to the transitional diaconate at Good Shepherd Mission church in Fort Defiance, Arizona. Photo: Mary Frances...

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