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The Episcopal Church strengthens position on immigration, refugees

Link to Anglican Communion efforts to end statelessness through universal birth registration campaign

16 July 2015

'We are the Jesus Movement' - TEC Presiding Bishop-elect

Sermon by Bishop Curry centres on first word in the Jesus’ Great Commission: ‘Go!’

06 July 2015

USA: Episcopal convention looks to take home the Five Marks of Mission

Deputies and bishops unpack Anglican Communion mission marks, discuss ways to them into action

01 July 2015

Historic election of Bishop Michael Curry as 27th Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church

Bishop of North Carolina will become first person of colour to head the US church

29 June 2015

Anglican Communion guests to join The Episcopal Church convention

Presiding Bishop says international guests embody connection and mutual learning across borders

24 June 2015

Anglican/Episcopal leaders join call for review of Columbia River Treaty

Episcopal-Anglican-Lutheran leadership of Canada and US raise concerns about treaty’s impact on indigenous peoples, climate

16 June 2015

Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil to celebrate 125 years

2015 also marks 50 years of autonomy, 30 years of women’s ordination

05 June 2015

WCC conference invites churches to renew efforts for just peace in DRC

Episcopal Presiding Bishop moderates panel on international cooperation for peace building and reconstruction

02 June 2015

'No zero-sum solution' to Israeli-Palestinian conflict

In seeking a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, people of faith need to be effective partners committed to hearing multiple narratives, say members of a broad U.S. interfaith delegation, led by Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori

28 January 2015

Presiding Bishop, Episcopal bishops offer support to President's Immigration Executive Action

All persons equally deserve the ability to pursue their dreams and contribute to their communities and families with liberty, dignity, and freedom.

14 January 2015