From the Church of England Evangelical Council: “The Church of England’s teaching about marriage and sexual relationships other than marriage currently faces a number of challenges.”
Courts in California, Virginia rule in favor of Episcopal dioceses.
The General Theological Seminary is partnering with GreenFaith, a leading interfaith environmental coalition, and the Green Seminary Initiative to create a new environmental certification program specifically designed for seminaries and theological schools.
Responses from Connecticut, New Hampshire, and North Carolina.
The sixth bishop of Eau Claire, Wis., will lead the flock of Christ half time, may hold another part-time job — and will want this work enough to offer a voluntary “Here am I.”
Luke Broadwater and David Greisman report for The Baltimore Sun:
Ft. Worth leaders are “exploring an appropriate response to such a shameful action by these members of the House of Bishops.”
Bishop J. Jon Bruno writes: “I want you folks to be as positive as you can be, and I need your prayers and support at this time.”
“We thank God for the discovery of one another in contending for a common cause.”
Bishop C. Andrew Doyle writes: “How do people with differing views on sexuality and blessing of same-gender relationships stay together for the sake of the Gospel? How is it that we are able to remain one church?”