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Barnes announced the decision of the Episcopal Church Economic Justice Loan Committee (EJLC) of the Executive Council to purchase a three-year certificate of deposit for $500,000.
A US educator and consultant on interreligious matters, Mosher introduces Episcopal diocesan interfaith officers and others to The Theological Statement on Interreligious Relations adopted by the General Convention of The Episcopal Church in 2009.
Virginia's Supreme Court has sided with the Episcopal Church in its dispute with breakaway conservatives over historic and valuable parish property.
Rand Reasoner and James McGrew show the Eagle Scout project McGrew did at Prince of Peace Episcopal Church in Woodland Hills.
Following the diocese's recommendation, two General Assemblies of the Episcopal Church will need to agree to the recommendation.
The Episcopal Church has witnessed through Robinson that ours is a church open to all.
Last year, while visiting an African Methodist Episcopal Church in Cape Town, South Africa, I was moved to tears by a teenage boy who fervently joined in the singing of my favorite hymn, "Great Is Thy Faithfulness.
Wright was raised in his mother's denomination, the African Methodist Episcopal Church or AME.