Tag: Episcopal Church

Facing Race after Michael Curry’s election as Presiding Bishop

We are no closer to being a black church or even a non-white church at the denominational level than we were last week. We are never completely ready to break with the discriminatory past.

The Grass is Always Greener

At the end of the day – if structural changes are a giant disaster, if every single new church plant fails, if digital discipleship is a flop – God will still be with us. Our Lord’s resurrection is not contingent upon our success or failure as a Church.

Episcopal Herald Podcast – Conversation Series – The Rev. Susan Kennard

Susan Kennard, who is serving on the World Missions Committee for General Convention, shares some of the stories of our Anglican brothers and sisters from around the world.

Episcopal Herald Podcast – Special Edition – Presiding Bishop Election

Today was a momentous day in the history of the Episcopal Church as the Rt. Rev. Michael Curry of North Carolina was elected to be the 27th Presiding Bishop. This edition of the podcast is a conversation with Bishop Jeff Fisher on his experiences in the House of Bishops during the election and his hopes for the next nine years during Bishop Curry’s ministry as Presiding Bishop.

Room at the Table

Imagine a Church in which anybody can join the conversation whether they are lay, ordained, at home on their sofa or sitting at General Convention. That is the Church of the future.