Communities of faith are caring for “the least of these” in the wake of Hurricane Harvey; from a Houston Chronicle op-ed
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Churches in Pittsburgh gathered to remember those lost to addiction and death. What else can church do after memorials?
As expected, the breakaway diocese in lower South Carolina has filed a motion for a rehearing of the recent South Carolina Supreme Court opinion which ruled largely in favor of The Episcopal Church and the continuing diocese.
In partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, Episcopal Relief & Development is responding to the immediate needs of people in the Greater Houston area, including Galveston
A group of Connecticut clergy have put together a statement that upholds what progressive Christians believe. A message of acceptance and inclusion instead the Evangelical Nashville Statement. It is no secret that the Christian Church in the United States is in decline. Until the middle of the twentieth century, the Church held a place of primacy
We firmly and resolutely reject their statement, we reject their understanding of scripture, we reject their limiting view of God’s power, and we reject their fears.
Apparently we’re bothering someone. We’re not sure who, but someone (or some-ones) has been directing a denial-of-service attack on this website, slowing it down considerably and making it impossible to load for many. We have been frustrated by our inability to access the site as I know many of our readers have as well. I