Three-minute read. The July issue of Lamplight, Episcopal Relief & Development’s disaster program newsletter is available to read online.
With fall just around the corner, students are gearing up to head to college. This gives parishes an opportunity to connect with new individuals and help them find a place to call home away from home. Here’s how you can make the college student “stranger” feel welcome.
Episcopal Relief & Development shares how faith leaders in Liberia are taking a stand against gender-based violence and what it means to fight for equality.
Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral is seeking a part-time Children and Families Ministries Coordinator responsible for weekly programming for children in preschool through fifth grade.
Five-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development shares their first-hand experience on the importance of the Episcopal Asset Map and how the collaborative project between Episcopal Relief & Development and The Episcopal Church allows congregations to respond to disasters in the most under-resourced and unrepresented communities in the US.
Two-minute read. Updated. The Peace and Justice Committee is urging members of The Diocese of West Missouri to contact the Missouri Senate to ask them to oppose House Bill 282, which removes current restrictions on the concealed carry of firearms in churches.
Episcopal Relief & Development offers the opportunity to double your gift this spring to end global hunger crisis
Three-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development has launched a campaign to support the organization’s efforts to alleviate the global hunger crisis. A group of generous donors will match each gift made to the Global Needs Fund until May 25, 2023, up to $250,000.
Two-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with Action by Churches Together (ACT Alliance) to provide emergency relief to people affected by the 7.8- and 7.5-magnitude earthquakes in Türkiye (Turkey) and Syria.
Eight-minute read. Seen and unseen. All manner of human disability is present in our communities. For those living with disabilities, barriers are everywhere. This Fall Bishop Bruce convened a group of persons living with disabilities to address the need we all have for making our churches accessible and accommodating. Our work is to assist the church in doing just that.
Las Meditaciones Cuaresmales de Episcopal Relief & Development – la Agencia Episcopal de Alivio y Desarrollo preguntan: “¿Quién es mi prójimo?”
Three-minute read. La Agencia Episcopal de Alivio y Desarrollo invita a los episcopales y a las personas de todos los credos a reflexionar sobre la pregunta “¿Quién es mi prójimo?” esta Cuaresma a través de las Meditaciones Cuaresmales de 2023.
Three-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development invites Episcopalians and people of all faith backgrounds to reflect on the question “Who is My Neighbor?” this Lent through the 2023 Lenten Meditations.
Every year, the President proclaims January as a month dedicated to the awareness and prevention of human trafficking. Read this bulletin for details of the National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and #WearBlueDay