The July 27 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
Operation Cool Down delivers ice-cold treats to flight crews in Afghanistan.
The Church Commissioners for England have removed indirect ties to a well-known payday lender.
Just days before his death, the Rev. John DeBonville had organized a memorial service for AIC’s spokesman.
The Presiding Bishop urges Episcopalians to help women and children at the southern border.
The presiding officers of General Convention have announced their decision to appoint a legislative committee on marriage.
The Anglican Church of Canada has launched KAT, a scaled-down version of TED: Ideas Worth Spreading.
Liberal leaders support executive order banning discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
The Rev. Christopher M. Agnew has received the Canon John W. Davis Award from National Episcopal Historians and Archivists.
American Public Radio’s series will feature a performance by Elizabeth Melcher Davis.