Here’s where you’ll find good news stories about how we–as a diocese, as parishes, and as individuals–are drawing people to Jesus and embodying His love for the world by growing our skills as leaders, deepening our faith, and striving for justice.
A congregation nestled comfortably in the midst of a two-mile radius of middle-class homes strongly desired to reach new people for Christ. They had deep hearts of compassion and felt God speaking to them to become invitational. To accomplish that goal, they had been...
“Becoming a church that our children and grandchildren will love to attend…” Embedded in our diocesan strategic plan is an audacious goal to close the generational gap in our congregations, for all of our faith communities to become compelling places for our children,...
Over the past 12 months, Tending Our Soil has encouraged us to think about “how to do church” in new ways to help us renew and thrive. One homework assignment between learning labs was to look around our local community and find out what our neighbors needed.
During the 2022 General Convention, the House of Bishops and House of Deputies concurred in encouraging dioceses to adopt uniform paid family leave policies.
One of my goals is to create spaces where these communities of colleagues can flourish and feed one another. To this end, the diocese is sponsoring an in-person retreat for formation leaders who work with children and/or youth.
In this brief video, archivist and parishioner at St. Thomas’, Croom, Franklin Robinson, Jr., discusses three steps that can help congregations investigate their parish’s history with institutional racism.
“God is good, all the time! All the time, God is good!” This was a gathering call at Camp Claggett’s Youth Camp July 17-22, 2022.
The School for Christian Faith and Leadership is here with fresh and relevant courses to support you and your communities as you plan your fall for a hope-filled future. Check out these offerings for individuals:
As I make my way to England to attend the two week Lambeth Conference of Anglican Bishops, I have in mind the counsel a wise priest gave me when I was first elected bishop.
I had the great honor and privilege of serving as one of the EDOW deputies at the 80th General Convention of The Epsicopal Church in Baltimore, Maryland earlier this month.