Showing posts from 2018

How to Support the Consultation

EPF Young Adult Delegation: Reflection on Sunday’s Gun Violence Rally

Thoughts on Prayer Books, Liturgy, and Life Together

Justice and D019: Ending Church Complicity in the Occupation

#GC79 and Marriage Rites for the Whole Church

A Parish's Journey Towards Reconciliation

Judge the United States by the Way It Treats its Most Vulnerable

Faith at Work: Wilson Whitehurst

Calling It Out: Laity and GC

Poetry Corner: Leaving

From the History of ISSUES: Towards the End of the '85 General Convention

Jubilee: A Branch of Justice of the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement

An interview with the Rev. Gwen Fry, President Elect of Integrity, the Episcopal Rainbow

Faith at Work: Bill Mims

Poetry Corner: Trigger Warnings

Calling It Out: Union Hotels

From the History of ISSUES: "A Woman's Place"

From ¡Cuba Si! to ¡Cuba Ahora! Out of Isolation and Back into the Fold

The Episcopal Women’s Caucus 1971-2018

The Witness of Trans Episcopalians at General Convention

Human Trafficking: What Else Can We Do?

Faith at Work: Laura Carr

Poetry Corner: And now what

From the History of ISSUES: "Anti-Violence - A Pro-Active Stance"

Endorsement for VPHoD

The Constant Changing Immigration Landscape

Cuba Si! (Yes) y Cuba Ahora! (Now)

Resolutions TransEpiscopal is Following

Lest You Missed the Best Tweet of General Convention

Faith at Work: Phillip Brooks

Calling It Out: LBGTQ Friendly Places

Poetry Corner: One But Many

From the History of ISSUES: Observations

Episcopal Women’s Caucus Final Eucharist and Reception

Have Women Achieved Equality?

Upcoming Calendar

Are We in a War on Poverty or a War on the Poor?

From the Union of Black Episcopalians: Voting Rights

Faith at Work: Steve Micas

Poetry Corner: We Know Not (Tune: Cathedrale Engloutie)

From the History of ISSUES: The Cross of Christ

Come to the Integrity Eucharist!

Upcoming Calendar

Resolutions TransEpiscopal is tracking

A Message to The Episcopal Church 79th General Convention from Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Bonnie Anderson and Patti Browning on Justice in the Holy Land