The Diocese of Atlanta is proud to be home to a new resource for the worldwide Episcopal Church. Located at the Atlanta University Center among Morehouse,...
Invitation to Commemorate 400th Anniversary of Arrival of First Enslaved Africans in the AmericasAugust 5, 2019
Where do we go from here: chaos or community?August 16, 2017
In this moment – when the stain of bigotry has once again covered our land, and when hope, frankly, sometimes seems far away, when we must now remember new...
Webinar: Becoming Beloved CommunityMay 15, 2017
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and President of the House of Deputies the Rev. Gay Clark Jennings hosted a webinar to discuss Becoming Beloved...
The Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart on policing, reconciliation, black lives and the church’s roleJuly 31, 2016
The Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart spent 20 years working as a police officer for the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department. She joined the...
The Intersection of Poverty & EnvironmentMay 1, 2012
[05/02/12] The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, delivers a keynote speech on the Intersection of Poverty...
The Rev. Isaiah Shaneequa Brokenleg has been appointed staff officer for racial reconciliation for The Episcopal Church, a member of the Presiding Bishop’s staff.
Brokenleg will work to catalyze and organize Episcopal efforts to embrace and practice Becoming Beloved Community, the church...
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The Presiding Officers' Advisory Group on Beloved Community Implementation is pleased to announce the availability of grants to catalyze the church’s work of racial healing, reconciliation and justice. Allocated by the 79th General Convention of The Episcopal Church (GC 2018 Resolution D002),...
Le Groupe consultatif de la Présidence relatif à la mise en place de Communauté bien-aimée est heureux d’annoncer la mise à disposition de subventions visant à catalyser les travaux de l’église en faveur de la tolérance, de la réconciliation et de la justice raciales. Alloué par la 79e...
El Grupo Asesor de los Oficiales Presidentes de la implementación de la Amada comunidad se complace en anunciar la disponibilidad de becas para catalizar el trabajo de la iglesia de sanación racial, reconciliación y justicia. Asignado por la 79ª Convención General de La Iglesia Episcopal...
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia Bishop James B. Magness invite Episcopal churches to take part in a national action to remember and honor the first enslaved Africans who landed in English North America in 1619 by tolling their bells for one minute on...
The Episcopal Church is accepting applications for the position of staff officer for racial reconciliation, a member of the Presiding Bishop’s staff.
The staff officer for racial reconciliation will catalyze and organize Episcopal efforts to embrace and practice Becoming Beloved...
[Episcopal News Service] A committee of bishops and academic theologians is discussing how The Episcopal Church and its bishops can confront what its chair has called “the comprehensive role of white supremacy in our lives.”
The House of Bishops Theology Committee wants to give The...
On September 10, the Episcopal Church celebrates the life and legacy of notable saint, the Rever
A highlight of General Convention 2018 will be The Episcopal Church Conversations (TEConversatio
A newly developed Advent resource is now available to help Episcopalians everywhere to take up J
The old church tradition of the revival received new life in the Diocese of Pittsburgh February
On Sunday, September 4, the Episcopal Church celebrates the life and legacy of notable saint, th
Jonathan Daniels’ name resonates as one of the civil rights heroes and martyrs of our time.
The leaders of the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops and House of Deputies issued the followin
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Anglican Theological Review article by The Rt. Rev. Wayne Smith
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Anglican Theological Review article by The Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart