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Online filing open for 2022 Parochial Report; due by March 1

Two-minute read. Online filing for the 2022 Parochial Report for all Episcopal Church congregations is now available. Reports must be filed by March 1. An email was sent to churches on Monday, December 7. Those who did not receive the email or need help with their login name should contact Emily Davenport for assistance.

Registration open for 2023 Episcopal Youth Event delegations

Two-minute read. The Episcopal Church Youth Ministries Office announces open registration for delegations of young people and chaperones planning to attend the Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) July 4-8 at the University of Maryland in College Park.

Ya están disponibles los datos del Informe Parroquial 2021 de la Iglesia Episcopal

Three-minute read. Aunque el impacto del COVID-19 sobre el número de feligreses que asisten a la iglesia continuó sintiéndose durante el año pasado, el Informe Parroquial 2021 de la Iglesia Episcopal recientemente publicado muestra un incremento de la suma de donaciones generales, incluso a pesar de los desafíos presentados por el cambio de celebración de servicios religiosos, los cuales desde 2020 se hacen en línea y de forma híbrida.

Episcopal Church 2021 Parochial Report data

Three-minute read. While the impact of COVID-19 on church attendance continued throughout last year, The Episcopal Church’s newly released 2021 Parochial Report shows an increase in overall giving amid challenges presented by pivots to online and hybrid worship since 2020.

Presiding bishop nominating committee releases churchwide survey, seeks participation by October 31

Two-minute read. The Episcopal Church Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of the Presiding Bishop invites all Episcopalians to participate in a survey. The responses will help the committee develop a profile of the skills, qualities, and gifts the church seeks in its next presiding bishop, considering what the church and world may look like in the next decade.

Statement from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on Lambeth Calls

Three-minute read.
While this situation is rapidly changing, I want to assure all Episcopalians that the House of Bishops will be meeting Wednesday in Canterbury to discern its way forward before the Lambeth Conference begins.  – Most Rev. Michael B. Curry

General Convention Day Two

Five-minute read. A personal reflection on Day Two of the 80th General Convention of The Episcopal Church in Baltimore by the Rev. Charles Everson, Vocations Missioner, and Rector at St. Mary’s Kansas City. Fr. Charles’ is watching the convention on line from Kansas City.

General Convention Day One

Five-minute read. A personal reflection on Day One of the 80th General Convention of The Episcopal Church in Baltimore by the Rev. Charles Everson, Vocations Missioner, and Rector at St. Mary’s Kansas City. The commentary is sprinkled with a few pictures submitted by our deputies in Baltimore and gleaned from the online video.

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