The Right Reverend W. Nicholas Knisely, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, and the Right Reverend Michael Curry, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of…
Catholic Crooner Connick discusses new show, family, faith
By Jim Graves. Entertainer’s syndicated talk show “Harry” debuted last September
What to Expect When You Visit an Episcopal Church
Going to an Episcopal Church or any church at all for the first time may feel a little strange and intimidating. We want you to be able to relax and feel w
Holy Eucharist and Installation of the Most Rev. Michael Curry as XXVII Presiding Bishop
SERVICE LEAFLET: cathedral.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/20151101PBCurryInstallation.pdf Holy Eucharist and Installation of the Most Rev. Michael Cur...
Mid Week Greetings January 10
Mid-week greetings January 10, 2018 The Mid-Week Greetings is a weekly newsletter detailing parish life at St. Anne’s parish, Lee’s Summit, MO. It is updated and published weekly. PARISH LIFE Fellowship Christmas Card activity It’s not too late to add your Christmas card, picture, and/or letter to our parish bulletin board. Coffee Hour – …
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Religious understanding of transgender issues
The Boy Scouts of America announced on Jan. 30, 2017, that, “Starting today, we will accept and register youth in the Cub and Boy Scout programs based on the…
Finding your way around Trinity Lime Rock
Not been here before? Here is a short video to help you find your way around. We hope this video makes the process a little easier for you when you come see ...
RSVP Form: Breaking Bread with Bishop Carlye
Bishop Carlye has said several times that she has “fallen in love with the people of the Diocese of Newark” and she wants to meet, greet and break bread with YOU! You, your family and your congregations are invited to partake of a light meal and then engage in a relaxed exchange of information, ideas and dreams with each other and with Bishop Carlye. Note: To insure we have enough food for everyone, please RSVP online no later than one week before your desired gathering.
Six months in, new Episcopal church leader reflects on church challenges
Last November, the Most Reverend Michael Curry became presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church, one of the oldest Christian denominations in the U.S. Curry’s ascension comes at a time of crisis and change, and the church, like most mainline Protestant congregations, is facing declining membership. Judy Woodruff talks to Curry about how he plans to tackle these challenges.