Episcopal Church News
News on Episcopal Church continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
5 min ago | National Catholic Reporter
Imagine a church service so controversial that police officers are stationed down the street and throughout the congregation.
4 hrs ago | Summerville Journal Scene
Testimony in the ongoing lawsuit between the national Episcopal Church, the Episcopal Church in South Carolina, and the Diocese of South Carolina wrapped July 25. The Diocese, which filed suit against the church in January 2013 and maintains that it legally broke away from the church in 2012, brought suit against the church in January 2013 over who ... (more)
8 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com
The Church of England has voted to approve female bishops but a long road still remains for them to be fully accepted by the church.
Hebron church members vow to move forward, post fire While the final fate of St. Paul's remains unknown, its congregants press forward.
Many people think they know what a revival is, but they've never experienced one.
Many Christians are confused as to why Catholics honor Mary the way that we do. She is different, however.
WASHINGTON On July 29, 1974, in Philadelphia, 11 women broke rank and were ordained as the first female priests in the Episcopal Church.
Dr. Stephen L. White of Hancock recently took the helm as Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Pulmonary Hypertension Association .
Bishop Mark Lawrence testified on Friday that he continued to act as bishop of South Carolina, including signing legal documents and celebrating church sacraments, after being stripped of his ministerial duties by the national church.
The leader of Ebenezer AME Episcopal Church was ordained 45 years ago as youth pastor at one of Detroit's oldest African-American congregations before embarking on a career that spanned six churches across the country.
Brice Stump: When history becomes ashes In 120 minutes, a church built in 1773 was gone.
Pictured here are some of the first women ordained in the Episcopal Church. First row, from left, Alison Palmer and Lee McGee.
The Episcopal Church in South Carolina, joined by the Presbyterian Church and the United Method Church, is among those asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a Texas case similar to the schism in South Carolina.
The Founding Fathers had good reasons for explicitly barring government from inserting itself into matters of religion.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 02:42 pm
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC