The Sept. 29 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers. The issue includes a brief editorial celebrating TLC’s 135th year.
“It is clear from the statements and documents that have subsequently been released by both sides in the conflict that the situation is badly in need of reconciliation.”
By Steve Waring • The Episcopal Church is not famous for tent revivals, but its youngest diocese wants to try new approaches.
By Steve Waring • UTO’s former board members wanted to ensure that proposed bylaw changes would circulate widely.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • Katresia Staggs: “We don’t need any of this to worship. But we have the basics of something that is stable for people.”
Episcopalians have until Sept. 20 to state their priorities for the next presiding bishop.
Church leaders “have no intention of divesting the United Thank Offering of its funds or applying excessive controls to its practices.”
Bishop Adam Andudu Elnail of the Diocese of Kadugli, Sudan, asks President Obama to relieve his people’s suffering.
The Diocese of East Carolina will receive applications until Sept. 27 in its search for the eighth bishop in its history.
The UTO’s “important work is not threatened, and [its] programs and grants will continue.”