one-minute read. The May edition of The Cross, the magazine of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, a worldwide ministry to men and youth in the Episcopal and Anglican communion is available to read online.
One-minute read. In this issue: Spiritual growth in a time of pandemic; Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast holds 39th annual men’s conference; Shared history, shared future, the order of the Daughters of the King and Brotherhood of St. Andrew renew 100-year-old partnership; Serving our veterans and celebrating heroes in Virginia; Engaging men and youth in Illinois while fighting global hunger, and more!
Three-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development is providing financial and technical support to partner organizations in Asia, Africa and the Middle East in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The organization continues to be in close contact with partners in 44 countries, including the United States, to provide assistance for communities affected by the novel coronavirus.
Three-minute read. The Order of The Daughters of the King and Brotherhood of St. Andrew renew one-hundred-year-old partnership. As Presiding Bishop Michael Curry encourages Episcopalians to follow the Way of Love, two of the oldest organizations in the Episcopal church are working together to renew the spirit in The Episcopal Church, Anglican Communion, and beyond.
The November edition of The St. Andrew’s Cross, the online magazine of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, a worldwide ministry to men and youth in the Episcopal and Anglican communion, is available to read online. As we move into Advent and Christmas, we often stop to reflect on all the reasons for thanksgivings. This edition of The Cross takes a few minutes to do just that. Additionally, you will find a calendar for Brotherhood activities covering the months to come.
Three-minute read. In partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida, the Episcopal Church in South Carolina, the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia, and the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry, Episcopal Relief & Development is giving assistance such as food, water, clothing, shelter and other emergency supplies to individuals and families affected by the storm.