Poverty & Hunger


October 19, 2020

A diverse group of Christian leaders from the Circle of Protection released a video of Democratic presidential nominee, Vice President Joe Biden. The release of the video comes on the heels of the first 2020 general election presidential debate, in which no questions were asked about the...

August 13, 2020

For everyone, the voting process varies for every state and territory, so every person should check with your local Board of Elections office for voting information especially regarding any changes due to COVID-19. To find your local Board of Elections office, enter...

August 2, 2019

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Boston worked with suburban churches to create a library at Blackstone Elementary School in 2011. St. Stephen’s has for years developed relationships with the school’s students, parents and teachers through...

July 25, 2019

[Episcopal News Service] Leaders from The Episcopal Church participated in a United Nations forum on eradicating global poverty over the past several weeks, representing the church, sharing updates on the work that church-affiliated groups are doing and learning about the progress that has been...

July 11, 2019

About 100 people live in a homeless encampment on the Chehalis River in Aberdeen, Washington. Photo: Sarah Monroe

[Episcopal News Service] A group of Episcopal chaplains who for several years have ministered to homeless individuals...

July 3, 2019

Volunteers in April help install drywall for the shower stalls at what will become Corner Shower and Laundry in the basement of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Detroit, Michigan. Photo: Corner Shower and Laundry, via Facebook


June 26, 2019

Members of a youth group from All Saints Episcopal Church in Hershey, Pennsylvania, pose for a photo on the wheelchair ramp they built this month at a home in Keystone, West Virginia. Photo: Susan Claytor

[Episcopal News Service] An...

June 10, 2019

[Episcopal News Service] A historically black Episcopal church in Washington, D.C., hosted a service June 9 marking 400 years since enslaved Africans first landed in North America at Jamestown in what is now Virginia.

The event at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, one of seven participating...

June 3, 2019

Volunteers help prepare the weekly Sunday meal for First Nations Kitchen, a ministry of All Saints Indian Mission in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Photo: First Nations Kitchen

[Episcopal News Service] If you’re trying to differentiate...

January 3, 2019

By: Alan Yarborough, Communications Coordinator and Office Manager

This week, the 116th session of Congress will convene. Members of Congress have their work cut out for them – most urgently, they need to find a way to end the partial government shutdown and fund the government, allowing federal workers and contractors return to their jobs.

This new...


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