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Neva Rae Fox

Neva Rae Fox is a communications professional with extensive Episcopal experience, serving the boards of The Living Church Foundation, Bible and Common Prayer Book Society, Episcopal Community Services of New Jersey, and others.

Pandemic or Not, the Animals Will Be Blessed

Churches are planning a variety of options for celebrating St. Francis Day.

Episcopal Cathedrals Adapt to Pandemic

Some changes may be permanent. Online worship certainly is here to stay.

Episcopal Schools Return, Focus on Faith & Safety

Plans fall into three categories: in-person, completely online, or a hybrid of the two, with most planning for at least some in-person education. All are aware that plans may need to change with changing conditions.

Pandemic Prompts New Methods for Stewardship

Online efforts to replace the traditional offering plate.

Voices From the Pandemic: Lessons Learned

Has the pandemic taught you anything you are glad to know?

Black Lives Matter: A Movement, Not a Moment

Episcopal and Anglican leaders from across the Church discuss their support for current racial justice efforts.

Reopening Brings New Challenges for Altar Guilds

Altar Guilds across the Episcopal Church adjust to new, intensive procedures to keep their congregations safe while sharing in the Eucharist together. The Rt. Rev. Greg Brewer shares guidelines for preparing carefully and communicating well.

Celebrating Pentecost in a Pandemic

Church doors may be closed, but Episcopalians will open their hearts to the Holy Spirit on Pentecost.

Parish Nurse Programs Thrive With Renewed Mission

Nurses and other healthcare professionals are serving churches around the country.

A Hymn for Today: A Tiny Thing We Cannot See

Nonagenarian Rae Whitney, one of the Episcopal Church's most prolific hymn writers has released a hymn about this season of the coronavirus. Writing from her Nebraska retirement home, Whitney offers a tribute to brave caregivers and a word of hope for the troubled.