Every day is a day of thanksgiving to the Wampanoag. We give thanks to the dawn of the new day. There is always something to be thankful for.
This week’s book, “When We Were Alone” is a story about a difficult time in history and, ultimately, one of empowerment and strength.
Our weekly reminder to be thankful for all we have and all we are able to do — thanks for our daily food and for our shelter.
This month’s thought piece consists of three short videos filmed when Presiding Bishop Curry & other clergy made a pilgrimage to Ghana last year.
Everyone and everything in the world has a name. What is God’s name? This is a spiritual celebration of all people of the world and their belief in one God.
Proclaiming the Dream points us to our Baptismal Covenant, “We will proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ.”
Thursday is the day before Mama gets paid at work each week – the day when money is tight and spirits are low for Andre and his older brother and sister.
Carin Berger’s picture book celebrates the power of community, family, and most of all, love; offering a message of hope in the face of adversity.
The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri is pleased to announce the Bishop Search and Nominating Committee.
we give you thanks for the simple pleasures of life: for garden harvests, coffee conversations, familiar surroundings, for the health and strength to appreciate the wonder of life, needs met and desires fulfilled.
“Desmond and the Very Mean Word” reveals the power of words and the secret of forgiveness with wisdom about bullying and seeing the good in everyone.
United Thank Offering (UTO) is a ministry of the Episcopal Church for the mission of the whole church, nurturing the habit of giving daily thanks to God.
How do we know if all the work we do is making a difference? The answer is ‘THANK GOD WE CAN’T!
Critically acclaimed author Tonya Bolden teams up with award-winning illustrator Eric Velasquez to create a richly painted and emotionally complex book that celebrates prayer and kindness while recognizing the diversity of the world around us.
If you missed the Vestry Forum, you can review the slides to learn more about the budget, stewardship campaign, pumpkin patch and columbarium.