Episcopal News Service

Black History Month: St. Barnabas ‘keeps hope alive’ in Pasadena

In conjunction with Black History Month, the Episcopal News Service is featuring articles on historically black Episcopal congregations during February. Resources for Black History Month are available here.

Anglicans urged to carbon-fast for Lent

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Anglican Communion’s Environmental Network (ACEN) is encouraging Christians around the world to take part in a “carbon-fast” this Lent.

The network is calling on Anglicans to take a deeper challenge than fasting from coffee, alcohol or chocolates this Lent, by reducing the use of carbon based fuels on which we all depend.

Students to develop life, job skills through Kansas youth program

[Episcopal Diocese of Kansas] High school students in inner-city Kansas City, Kansas, soon will get the chance to develop life and job skills, thanks to a new program at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church that has received funding from the Episcopal Church.

Jackie Jamsheed becomes Connecticut operation, finance canon

ens_021714_jackieJamsheed[Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut press release] Jackie Jamsheed of West Hartford, Connecticut has been hired as the canon for mission operations and finance for the Episcopal Diocese of Connec

Video: The Five Marks of Mission

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[Episcopal News Service] During the Diocese of the Dominican Republic’s 56th annual diocesan convention held Feb. 14-16 in Santo Domingo, the Rev. Tar Drazdowski and the Rev. Adolfo Moronta, recited the Five Marks of Mission in English and Spanish.


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