Defend Access to Asylum
Migrants attempting to draw attention to the dangerous conditions in Central America recently arrived at the U.S. border. These migrants, the majority of whom are asylum seekers, call us to engage in dialogue and advocacy around protections for asylum-seekers.
The Episcopal Church has longstanding policy affirming the universal right to seek asylum, and we recognize the need to protect vulnerable individuals. Read this OGR Update to learn more about asylum, read this backgrounder on immigration and detention , and then enter your information below to express your support of asylum to Congress, and denounce the practice of separating families at the border.
Who is Bishop Michael Curry?
Bishop Curry captured the world's attention with a fiery address at the royal wedding.
Follow live updates as Meghan Markle prepares to marry Prince Harry
After months of build-up, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are now married and hold the titles the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The ceremony, which drew heavily on Meghan's African American heritage, took place at noon at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle and was watched by millions around the world.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry to preach at wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markleh
[Anglican Communion News Service] Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will preach at next weekend’s wedding of Prince Henry of Wales – more informally referred to as Prince Harry – and …
Episcopal Relief & Development
The Episcopal Asset Map, a joint project of The Episcopal Church and Episcopal Relief & Development , is an opportunity to highlight the ways Episcopalians are living out Christ's love in our communities. You can search ministries around The Church and tell the story of your congregation, school or other Episcopal community. Navigate to your church or facility profile from this map, or through the map of your diocese found on the Other Maps page.
Even if your diocese has not yet signed on to the project, you can still fill out information and search the site to learn about the various ministries happening around the church. For a list of participating dioceses or for more information about how to take part in this project, visit the About This Map page.
Holy Week 2018
Holy Wednesday - March 28
Though Wednesday in Holy Week doesn’t have its own liturgy in the Book of Common Prayer, it has traditionally been celebrated in different ways according to local contexts. Some churches hold a service called Tenebrae, from the Latin darkness; this service often includes choral and scriptural selections by candlelight, with a light being extinguished after each reflection. Some congregations take special time to consider the betrayal of Jesus by Judas Iscariot, understood to happen on this day—these congregations may call the day Spy Wednesday, in reference to Judas’ sneaking away to plot Jesus’ death with the Sanhedrin
At St. Christopher’s, we have a tradition on this day of reading the whole…