Top Stories

  1. Chicago cathedral warns of ‘possible closure’ if diocese sells headquarters
    By Mary Frances Schjonberg
    Posted Jul 1, 2022
  2. Proposed $100 million budget backs new racial reconciliation initiatives; post-pandemic uncertainty looms
    By David Paulsen
    Posted Jul 1, 2022
  3. Committees advance resolutions on world mission efforts, including new guiding principles
    By Melodie Woerman
    Posted Jun 30, 2022
  4. What happened to United Methodists’ proposal to split the denomination?
    By Emily McFarlan Miller
    Posted Jun 30, 2022
  5. After recent shootings and shifts in federal response, Bishops United urges Episcopalians to work toward endin...
    By David Paulsen
    Posted Jun 29, 2022
  6. Committees reject open Communion, endorse revisions addressing antisemitic and racist language
    By Egan Millard
    Posted Jun 28, 2022
  7. Racial Justice committees hear testimony in support of reparations, ethnic ministries; move resolutions to Hou...
    By Pat McCaughan
    Posted Jun 28, 2022
  8. Western, Eastern Michigan deputies ask convention to order review of how bishops are disciplined
    By Mary Frances Schjonberg
    Posted Jun 24, 2022
  9. Citing financial struggles, General Theological Seminary seeks affiliation with Virginia Theological Seminary
    By David Paulsen
    Posted Jun 24, 2022
  10. Episcopal leaders voice grief at Supreme Court ruling ending constitutional protection for right to abortion
    Posted Jun 24, 2022
  11. Supreme Court limits restrictions on guns in public places, rejecting tighter controls backed by Episcopal lea...
    By David Paulsen
    Posted Jun 23, 2022
  12. Committees finalize resolutions on Safe Church, data gathering and efforts to call attention to violence again...
    By Melodie Woerman
    Posted Jun 23, 2022
  13. Archbishop of Canterbury, Lambeth Conference planners set tone of unity over division for upcoming summer gath...
    By Egan Millard
    Posted Jun 22, 2022
  14. Between General Conventions, church makes some progress on sexism, harassment, pay equity
    By Melodie Woerman
    Posted Jun 22, 2022
  15. Alabama church shooting victims’ act of hospitality became an act of sacrifice, rector says
    By Egan Millard
    Posted Jun 21, 2022
  16. Committees vote to condemn Russia’s war in Ukraine, defer action on Israel ‘apartheid’ resolutions
    By David Paulsen
    Posted Jun 21, 2022
  17. Poor People’s Campaign holds DC rally to combat poverty
    By Jack Jenkins
    Posted Jun 21, 2022
  18. Committees’ actions send full-communion agreements, other ecumenical matters to General Convention, defer anot...
    By Melodie Woerman
    Posted Jun 21, 2022
  19. North Texas approves merger with Diocese of Texas, sending plan to General Convention
    By David Paulsen
    Posted Jun 21, 2022
  20. Man kills 3 at Episcopal Church potluck in Alabama
    By ENS staff
    Posted Jun 17, 2022