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Walking in Welcome

Reflecting on how the Church should deal with the largest forced migration since World War II.

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The Episcopal Church Responds to the Opioid Epidemic

Please take this brief survey to help The Episcopal Church understand how your community is affected by the opioid crisis.

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Welcoming the Stranger

Last weekend, Diocesan Convention delegates approved a resolution offering workshops and resources on welcoming immigrants and refugees.

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Donations Needed for Kincade Wildfire Relief

Learn more about supporting relief efforts for people affected by the Kincade Fire.

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Episcopal Church Statement on the White House Decision to Reduce the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program

The Episcopal Church condemns the administration’s decision to reduce the number of refugees and further dismantle the refugee resettlement program.

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Bishop Michael Hanley Announces Intention to Retire

After more than nine years as Bishop Diocesan, +Michael intends to retire in January 2021.

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Episcopal House of Bishops March 2019: The Bishops’ Mind of the House Resolution on Lambeth and a Statement from the Bishops’ Spouses Planning Group

Bishop Michael Hanley commends to you this statement regarding the exclusion of same sex spouses from the 2020 gathering of Anglican Communion leaders at the Lambeth Conference.

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Witnesses to Love

The church is blessed with witnesses today who encourage and teach us about living the Way of Love.

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Living Out God’s Love for the World

The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry invites all Episcopalians to join together in observance of Episcopal Relief & Development Sunday on March 10, 2019.

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Title IV Statute of Limitations Suspended

As a result of General Convention Resolution D034, the time limit on initiating proceedings in cases of clergy sexual misconduct against adults is lifted for three years.

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