Opinión: Jesús Era Episcopal
Opinión: Jesús Era Episcopal

Me crié en Nueva Inglaterra, con sus raíces católicas, protestantes y su emergiendo presencia evangélica, y me recuerdo siempre teniendo que tratar de explicar que significa ser episcopal a mis amigos porque nunca habían

Emphasizing God the Creator in Christian formation spaces
Emphasizing God the Creator in Christian formation spaces

Look at any Sunday School room, and you will likely see symbols of the Christian faith, such as crosses, stories of Jesus’ teachings in various formats, maybe even pictures of eucharistic bread and

Using comics and superheroes to find God in the absurd
Using comics and superheroes to find God in the absurd

I recently came across a comic book entitled, “Legions of Ludicrous Heroes.” It features such characters as Antisocial Man and Captain Optimist, with superpowers like being able to put their victims feet

2014 wrap-up from the CMT
2014 wrap-up from the CMT

Editor’s note: We decided the best way to do our 2014 wrap-up was using photos, videos, and tweets from the year that was in the Center for the Ministry of Teaching.

Bible study can be a wild ride
Bible study can be a wild ride

In the last few years, reading the Bible has become trendy again. Popular and well-packaged curricula, like Covenant or The Story can help your church move through the entire Bible

Our Picks: 2014 Advent and Christmas resources
Our Picks: 2014 Advent and Christmas resources

With so many great Advent resource wrap-ups available (e.g., Forma, Building Faith, Diocese of Massachusetts, Episcopal Church), we wondered if we had anything to add. But the beauty of the Web and

Two churches thrive with combined faith formation program
Two churches thrive with combined faith formation program

On the north shore of Long Island in Manhasset, NY, two neighboring churches are working together in a new, path-breaking ecumenical way. For 200 years, Christ Episcopal Church and Community

Poise of the Soul: A Yoga Worship Service
Poise of the Soul: A Yoga Worship Service

This past year, St. Alban’s Parish in Washington, DC, conducted a bold experiment in liturgy. Associate rector Jim Quigley and I, with the support of parishioner Sally Craig, piloted a yoga worship

Kadosh: Adult faith formation for today’s village
Kadosh: Adult faith formation for today’s village

Ritual is formative. Technology is a partner. Accessibility is a must. Formation is collaborative. After spending nearly a decade leading Sunday school in parishes and teaching religion classes in day

Resource review: Style Guidelines for The Episcopal Church
Resource review: Style Guidelines for The Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church recently published a new communication and style guide. It offers a lot more than most style guides, which, to be honest, appeal more to grammar nerds than to