Tag Archives: Anglican Communion

Christians in the Middle East

The Rev. Canon Robert (Bob) Edmunds and his wife Deborah served as missionaries of The Episcopal Church in the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem from 2008 to 2011. Working with Archbishop Suheil Dawani, the Edmunds were physical representations of the longstanding … Continue reading

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William Wilberforce, Anthony Ashley Cooper, and Serving God

Our guest blogger today is Stephen Smith of the Diocese of California. Currently a senior at Virginia Theological Seminary, Stephen served as a missionary in Grahamstown, South Africa with the Young Adult Service Corps. During Stephen’s two years in South … Continue reading

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Saudades. Esperença. Justiça.

World Mission Sunday is February 15!  To prepare ourselves to celebrate the many ways in which The Episcopal Church participates in God’s mission around the world, we present these blogs from our missionaries.   Guest Blogger: Rachel McDaniel from the … Continue reading

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Kansas to Kenya: Building Relationships and a Global Community

We are very fortunate to have a fantastic guest blogger, Jennifer Allen from the Diocese of Kansas, sharing some of her experiences in Kenya with us as we commemorate World AIDS Day. Jennifer Allen is an Episcopalian from the Episcopal Diocese of … Continue reading

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Learn. Pray. Be Inspired. Act: The Anglican Communion Addresses Gender Violence

There are many blessings that come with being a member of the worldwide family of churches known as the Anglican Communion. One of them is how we can all come together and work towards affecting positive change around the world. … Continue reading

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