Telling Stories: A Way to come back Home
Telling Stories: A Way to come back Home

As the bishop of a diocese in The Episcopal Church, I have been concerned about the decline in church attendance across denominations over the past decades. I used to think

Environmental education and faith formation
Environmental education and faith formation

The Gravatt Environmental Education Program (GEEP) is one way Gravatt fulfills its environmental mission. For the past five years, GEEP has existed to increase awareness, knowledge and appreciation of South

Celebrating partnership at GC78
Celebrating partnership at GC78

Ever since returning from the 78th General Convention of the Episcopal Church, we (Lisa and Kyle) have been trying to decide what would be most helpful to share with followers

CACS: Bringing a global church to your parish
CACS: Bringing a global church to your parish

Editor’s note: Today we’d like to take the opportunity to introduce you to our VTS colleagues at the Center for Anglican Communion Studies. As educators here at Virginia Theological Seminary

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

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

TREC: What I think I heard about ‘the contractor thing’ and why it sounds like good news
TREC: What I think I heard about ‘the contractor thing’ and why it sounds like good news

I went to last week’s churchwide meeting of the Task Force for Reimagining the Episcopal Church (TREC) for two reasons: I believe TREC’s primary task of proposing changes to “the Church’s structures, governance,

Why ‘The Confirmation Project’ matters for the Episcopal Church
Why ‘The Confirmation Project’ matters for the Episcopal Church

Editor’s note: Our Lisa Kimball and Kate Siberine are participating in a five-denomination study of confirmation practices funded by the Lilly Endowment and  based at Princeton Seminary. This post originally appeared on

Top ten signs of resurrection in the Episcopal Church
Top ten signs of resurrection in the Episcopal Church

On the Easter People faith and culture podcast, we talk a lot—but hopefully not exclusively—about the Episcopal Church. And we end each episode by naming Green Shoots, the signs of

An elevator pitch for the Episcopal Church
An elevator pitch for the Episcopal Church

Editor’s Note: Today’s post is a response to the Acts 8 Moment‘s BLOGFORCE challenge to write a 250-word elevator pitch for the Episcopal Church. What follows is obviously about more